A lot of the King's movies were so similar. Pretty standard formula, hot chick, goofy sidekick, nemisis of somekind, and a race to win.
That said, I love Clambake. Viva Las Vegas is a close second.
I've gigged with mine a lot.
I just did an outdoor backyard Halloween party with mine. It wasn't micd or anything. Just crank the drive and use the volume knob to vary the gain. I hit it with a clean boost for some solos.
It's a great little amp.
I have all of the main swirly pedals in my bag at all times as well as a delay,boost, and distortion. I find myself using a vibe most of the time in front of the amp. Phaser would be second for me.
I usually like chorus and delay in the loop though.
It seems everyone is getting into the pedal game. Bogner has a line and now Mesa/Boogie.
These are not tube like the bottle rocket or v twin. I checked out the video samples and they sound pretty good.
Strange things are a foot...
I don't think any performance at any major sports event is ever live. There are just too many potential issues to deal with. They have to pull out a stage and set it up in a short amount of time. There is no way that they would get the whole thing up and running, mic'd and all.
I live in both worlds. I gigged a Line 6 spider for a few years. I went back to tubes when I got a steal on a Boogie MKIV combo. Prior to that my tube rigs were all head/cab or rack and cab setups. I bought the spider because I wanted a quick grab and go set up for a cover band I joined.
I guess I get the whole storing picks in them thing. I personally prefer 3 or 4 in my handy dunlop mic stand pick holder and a few more on top of the amp for safety.
I guess it makes sense to stock it with picks so you always have them at a gig.
OK so everyone here who posted their complaints is gonna put their money where their mouth is right?
Post up some of your own gear videos otherwise just appreciate the ones you like and move past the ones you don't. It's not like your paying to see these.
Sorry. If you didn't take the opportunity to go over it, plug it in, and check it out first, you're loss. He's kind of a douche for trying to sell a crappy guitar without discosing anything but still, I would never hand the cash, guitar,whatever until I was certain the piece I was getting was...
Guitar Dave, sorry to burst your bubble and call ******** but I worked in the Clareton drive offices. The company was not run like a 3rd world country. The company grew faster than it could acquire proper office space for. You can't just up an leave when you have a lease. The only option was...
I agree that the price is prohibitive. The pre-sale higher price works with big name artists who usually pack that pre-sale with extras for the higher price.
$20 for any one CD/MP3 album is a bit much for my tastes.
It's all important. You can't look great and sound like crap. On the other hand, people see you before they hear you so you have to at least look somewhat appealing.
Even in a weekend warrior cover band situation. Tan shorts, sandals with socks,and a t shirt just seem a little off.
Screw the pitchy vocals crap. If it's an honest performance and has soul don't fix it with autotune. That's just my opinion.
I agree that the strings sound a little synthetic but that may be because the rest of the song is so organic.
I like it. I like the vibe. I can hear all the...