Albert Eistein modded my tubescreamer...

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  1. MarkWorth

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    and now all it does is ignore quantum mechanics...:(
     
  2. µ¿ z3®ø™

    µ¿ z3®ø™ Member

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    so, i guess that it IS all relative.
     
  3. JPB

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    So it turned into a Black Hole!? Must be a big, big tonesucker!!
     
  4. stekks

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    That's easily fixed with a string-theory buffer.
     
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    Here's some food for thought. Can you imagine if Einstein was alive today and a guitar player with GAS?

    damn....
     
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    Don't shred too fast or you'll travel back in time!
     
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    it creates tachyons, when you play double stops.
     
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    i had a heisenberg delay pedal but i could never get it to sound the same way twice.
     
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    What you mean is that when you could hear it you weren't sure where it was...!:D
     
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    Einstein's hair was ahead of his time.
     
  11. µ¿ z3®ø™

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    maybe that's why i could never get it to sound the same way twice.

    my hawking masterbuilt tele sustains for longer and longer periods of time the closer i get to the event threshold.
     
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    I was going to get one of the new Schrödinger's Cat pedals but I heard it only works about 50% of the time.
     
  14. MarkWorth

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    :D
     
  15. bluesdoc

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    You guys are a bunch of bosons......... ;)

    jon
     
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    .......or they all need some glueons.


    Best, Pete.
     
  17. Memorex

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    The Einstein mod will become known as the Nuclear Option.
     
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    It is the Flux Capacitor that makes time travel possible... hmmmm...
     
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    Thank goodness I subscibe to the unified theory. I never have to buy another patch cable due to the interconnectedness of all things.

    JT
     
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    I'm enjoying my Steven Hawkings talkbox
     

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