I saw a solo acoustic performer. I was truly amazed by the vocal harmonies he had going on. I regret not finding out what processor he was using....
Stones Midnight Rambler from Get Your Ya Yas Out.
I used to bullseye coffee rats in my T-16 back home. They're not much bigger than two meters.
The Gain knob adds grit but not really volume. Meaning that the volume level is fairly consistent regardless of where the game knob is.
Wasn’t there another billboard of a woman tied up?
No because the next time I plug in it will sound like ass. :(
I’ve only just started gigging again after many years and -obviously- the pedal world has changed dramatically. I have owned lots of different...
Egos indeed. Such a waste.
Don’t know if they were the greatest, but as a Chicagoan in 1985, the Bears were very fun to watch. Walter Payton anyone?
Maybe the ghost didn’t see the camo guitar because....well........camo.
Which of the 8(?) versions of the OCD?:bonk
No. It was ghosts.
It has 8 songs. I like 4. I seem to be in the minority here about Memory Motel. That is an instant FF for me, but hey, different strokes.....
Try a Duncan Pickup Booster. It can make your single coils more like humbuckers and add a little gain/grit if you want. I played a Tele through...
Curious as well. I really do not like the TU-3 or the Turbo Tuner.
Damn. Time flies. Was thinking Soldier came out 4 or 5 years ago. :(
Really enjoyed that as well as the thread title.
Squier CV Tele > Duncan Pickup Booster > Quilter MP 200.
My cheap ass rig gets the job done quite nicely.
Reading a Paul bio right now. Didn’t realize/remember that George was only 58 when he died. :(
Front man/guitarist of a 4 piece. Drummer always ends up behind me on stage and I don’t like it. I feel I am constantly turning around just to...
My favorite stickers come on the back of CV Squier Teles that tell me not to put the guitars in the garbage.