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    "Get That Classic Fender Sound" by Jim Weider

    I remember seeing that like a million years ago. Cool stuff!
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    Creep: Foo Fighters and Dave Chappelle at MSG

    Not a Foo fan or much of a Radiohead fan, but I loved every second of this.
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    Who are the Bands you got to see live when they were in their absolute prime and at the top of their game ?

    Stevie Ray Vaughan - the entire 80s Black Flag - 84 - 85 Iron Maiden - 82 - 84 Junior Brown - any time Accept - 84 REM 85 - 87
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    Still my favorite, and one of the great examples of brilliant and emotional guitar playing.
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    David Gilmour's About Face

    Not a PF fan but love About Face. Great record.
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    Haven't listened to Cocaine in a million years. Although it's a fun song to jam on, I cant remember anything really noteworthy about the solos on the original version. When EC did memorable solos, they were usually really memorable (Crossroads, Sunshine, Steppin Out, etc, etc...).
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    What did you do with all your CD's?

    Listen to them
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    If You Had to Listen to One Decade of Music the Rest of Your Life...

    50s. Would go with 60s next, then 70s. Then, begrudgingly the 80s last. At least SRV came out and Motorhead release some great stuff. 90's - now could be completely erased and I wouldnt miss anything.
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    Any artists, where you love one of their albums but none of their others?

    Vic Vergat - Down to the Bone - Great song -
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    Let's talk "backup" gear

    I usually bring one guitar, one small tube amp, a delay and OD into a gig. In the car are all sorts of parts, tubes and stuff. Also a small solid state amp for a back up, a cheap guitar for backup and a couple cheap back up pedals. In the past 20 years/thousand or so gig, I've used the...
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    Favourite Outros?

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    Top 5 Blues Albums

    Live at the Regal - BB Classic Cobra Recording - Otis Sweet Tea - Buddy Livewire/Blues Power - Albert Texas Flood - SRV
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    Show Me Your 1st Album Covers

    Yes, we were from northern NJ and played in the area including NYC. CBGB was a regular gig. Well as regular as can be for a band that had a couple year lifespan in 1984-85.
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    Who are your top ten Rock guitar players

    This week it is: Gatton Hendrix Townshend Gallup Holly Buchanan Koch Beck Berry Richards
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    I realize why there isn’t the same investment in groups anymore (Aerosmith content)

    They lost me with Pump. Well, Permanent Vacation really, even though that had St John on it. I thought Done with Mirrors was a great record and they were tremendous on that tour. Cant blame them for going for what they did though. It certainly worked out for them in the long run.
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    Favorite intros?

    That'll Be the Day - Buddy Holly Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry Little Wing - Hendrix Can't You Hear Me Knocking - Stones
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    First song/riff that you learned on your own...

    Roadrunner by Bo Diddley
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    I know many don’t care for Bonamassa.. But this Album Rawks

    Love the BCC stuff, and I saw them at on the BCC II tour. Glenn was fantastic and they put on one of the best rock shows I've seen.
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    Changes At Alto Music in NY

    Alto has always been cool with me. Always a cool atmosphere and excellent service. One of my two main gigging amps came from Alto and also a very nice Gretsch guitar. Glad to read the business is doing well.
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    Vintage guitars- Gig with them or leave at home?

    Thanks! That old stuff sounds pretty good sometimes.... And they look cool!
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    Movies that make great use of music.

    A movie from 1985 called Desert Hearts has a great soundtrack of rockabilly and 50s country...
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    Bill Haley and the Comets

    Danny and Franny were none too shabby!
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