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Whenever I see some local player that sounds great, it's always mundane, off the shelf gear. Boss pedals, a Fender/Gibson/PRS, some generic amp,...
I saw that mini-tour--they did two nights here in Seattle, it was great. Always made me wonder why he wasn't here more often. There was a quite a...
But does he stretch the strings?
Yeah, I'm not seeing big bends in his videos. Great player though.
My first thought would be perhaps they only have one type of tuning machine that they use on all models?
Well, they hum.
No, you don't need YouTube to promote your music.
Clock radio in the morning.
.010's on Fenders
.011's on Gibsons
.012 on acoustic
I remember the first time I noticed backing tracks on SNL was when the Thompson Twins were on, and they did (I think) "Hold Me Now", and at the...
I house-sat for Bill when I first moved to Seattle. So much music, so many funny stories. R.I.P.
My recollection in the 80's was that new Les Pauls were already over a grand.
Bad music is...bad music.
I prefer more volume, less gain.
The present reality is: prices haven't really changed. Most likely, the number of sales has decreased.
In the medium future reality, prices will...
Everyone should have both.
You probably have a taste for catchy tunes.
I believe those feeds that get published from time to time are actually for the lighting/sound/production guys--the musicians aren't getting...
For a while, when I was taking a lot of gear to gigs, I had a 2nd gen Dodge Caravan with the passenger seats removed. I kept a piece of plywood in...
It would have to be either my SFTR, the 135W model or a 30W Mesa Maverick 2x12 combo. At least the TR had wheels when I bought it.
It's the music business. Business favors reliability.