The only TAD so far that doesn't work for me is their 7025 in V1. I use them in the rest of the appropriate positions but they sound sterile to me in V1. I prefer a Tung Sol there.
The 6L6GC (tall) hits harder and has more upper and lower end definition. The WGC (short) has a warmer. sweeter...
Hallelujah and a hell yeah!
I'm privileged to have opened for John in Bellingham, Wa. Had breakfast with him the following morning. He was nursing a hangover with a bloody Mary, telling funny stories. Just a delightful human being, offstage and on.
God bless you, man, and thank you.
I'm done repeating myself. You win. They chop off the cat's toes while she runs around squirting blood. She'll never recover. It's inhumane and should be outlawed.
More than happy to give it a rest. Y'all do the same now, hear?
If you really read it you would have learned that there is no "chopping", no bones are cut through, no pain is felt during the procedure or after a brief recovery, no pressure is placed on it when they use their paw such as standing or jumping, and the digit is minuscule in comparison to a human...
Excuse me, two vets. :)
Yeah they were, but not once have I responded in kind. Perhaps you've noticed that too? It's not personal, in spite of the rare antagonist who tries to make it so. I patiently continued trying to inform, but information doesn't penetrate a mind already made up.
I don't blame you for not wanting to know more than what one trusted vet told you. I only offered, not judging you.
As for me insisting I'm right, again, you must have missed the numerous attacks on me personally and my parents for their decision to declaw their cats, then you didn't read it...
Read the article. It describes the procedure in detail, including a real cat skeleton and close up sketch. If you really want to know, the info is there, buried beneath dozens of dubious agenda oriented so-called animal rights organization links. Be patient though, it loads rather slowly.
I just asked my son about Boots and he said she had her claws. So, my memory failed there. I know I've never had a cat declawed, so a lot of angst here for nada. I still see it as a choice. It worked for my folks AND their rascally cats. Sidenote, the only time I ever saw my dad cry was when his...
Cat on cat fight is one thing. An abundance of coyotes to fend off is another. Of course my cat would keep its claws. I always keep my gear cased and covered anyway. But with the dogs and horses here, I've no place for a cat.