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Grew up on Steel Pulse from the early 80's.
Love me some deep roots Reggae, but in recent days here are my top 3 favs.
In my area there's a lot of that going on. Just some guys in a basement with a laptop.
They have set up Google and Apple pay for tips.
Any of you...
This was my first music I ever "got into". OK, I was like 9 or 10, but my mum gave me her original release Beatles records. Those early songs just...
Elevated Jam Tracks on YouTube is amazing. The quality and the tunes. There are so many to choose from.
I'm looking for a really good site to discover different artists similar to ones I like.
Can't seem to find one with a really big artist data...
First of all, I would cut down on watching that video.
Next, watch this...why it will fix what ails ya.
Reaction videos can be hit and miss. Here is my favorite one:
Almost bought a nice Hiwatt. It had the most rich, robust cleans of all the amps in the store.
then I tried lifting it :eek:
I was a teen in the 80's and at the time I loved the production. And when I wanted it, I wanted it to the extreme.
I have no idea.
But I have always wondered how a band can release a 10 song album with 10 hits. (Back in Black)
(not in any order)
1. Four Sticks
2. The Rain Song
5. The Song Remains the Same
I had it bad. I'll just say, real bad.
At some point I just decided which guitar amp and pedals I like best that can be used for all my stuff I do...
But LBXPDX says that it should be a 5 mm wrench. This one is a 4 mm.
I have a Martin GPCPA5 guitar (the $600 model)
I put lighter strings on it and now I've got major fret buzz up to the 3rd fret.
Anyway, the only...
I prefer the more British sounding songs while others like the hard rock and blues better. I'm just glad they hit so many vibes. I would...
He has also done a few songs with Shaggy. I think there is an entire album now. It's ok.
Seems like a lot of artists are showing up on other artists songs. You can spot them easily on playlists, as the phrase "feat"....whoever...is in...
The Japanese love their metal. Metal bands spend extra time there because of it. The fans even still like 80's hair metal.
To me, the solo on 10 years gone gets into the Bach zone.
Jimmy coaxes so many tones with the vol and tone knobs....just like the guitar was made to do.
I am only vaguely familiar with their sound. Mostly from radio play, so I can't name any. It just seemed to have a 90's type RHCP vibe.
I am hearing Red Hot Chili Peppers
I retired 4 years ago and I enjoy jamming at home just as much, if not more.
You'll be fine.
This one was played over and over in 1986 when I graduated H.S. and my girl moved far away permanently.
This song is burned in my soul now.
Is there an antidote video to erase that from my memory?