The Alt.Country Club 33: Thirty Three and a Third

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  1. mdrake34

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    Also, I snagged a Pedaltrain Nano+ with soft case and Onespot daisy chain power supply together locally for $40 today. My Deville/secondary board has never had an actual board, now it does.
     
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    Thanks. I guess the home studio iMac updated it on its own!
     
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    PlexiFuzz I know karate. Voodoo, too. Silver Supporting Member

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    There is no gas involved in a pellet smoker - they are amazing. Boutique smoker :p no PRS here. Being able to walk away from it for hours and not have to worry is so key for me.

    Weber kettle for grilling always - chimney and hardwood lump charcoal I am ready to go in 20 minutes.
     
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    I was spouting in jest of course - just couldn't resist. Honestly, we have it good compared to our father's grills. It's like pedals, there is something out there for everybody.
     
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    Garygtr Almost as good! Silver Supporting Member

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    I have a Pit Boss 820 pellet smoker/grill. I love it. Flame away mutha faackers
     
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    Current status: in meat coma.
     
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    Are you predominately Logic or Pro Tools or does it depend?
     
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    I stumbled into a Daniel Lanois in-store performance, at Music Millenium (PDX), a few years ago. It was mesmerizing!
     
  11. s360guitarist

    s360guitarist Silver Supporting Member

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    A fav for me to be outside of said boat and run across a comment on something from a fellow boater. It is like those guys in Fight Club that never acknowledge each other outside of the club. (Rule #1) They just give a knowing glance as they pass in the hall...
     
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    s360guitarist Silver Supporting Member

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    Seeing him live was a bucket list item.
     
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    I really wish he'd do another Black Dub record/tour with Trixie Whitley.
     
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    I'm a Logic owner and a Pro Tools user.
     
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    I find I like Logic better for composition and quick demo purposes. But ProTools is definitely the thing I like for recording permanent things.
     
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    I agree totally. I think I discovered them here on the boat.
     
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    Garygtr Almost as good! Silver Supporting Member

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    Yes! I discovered them here also, and my immediate reaction was “how do I find a singer like that and put together a band around her that sounds like THAT”
     
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    My Egg has been going 4 years now and no sign of slowing down.

    The beauty of an Egg over something like the Webber is, temperature control. It is SO much easier to get an Egg to your temperature of choice and hold it there for as long as you need it, whether it's an hour or 24.
     
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    s360guitarist Silver Supporting Member

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    Is that a M0rgan in the back? o_O
     
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