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Old 07-17-2017, 02:02 AM   #1
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Default Bible Belt leads the nation in consumption of gay porn

Bible Belt leads the nation in consumption of gay porn

Folks in the Bible Belt watch more gay pornography than anywhere else in the nation according to new numbers released by Pornhub, one of the world’s biggest porn sites.

Pornhub reports that the majority of states with a high percentage of gay viewers is in the South. According to the numbers, Mississippi, Louisiana and Georgia lead the South in gay porn consumption, and the state with the highest percentage of gay porn viewers in the nation is Mississippi at 5.6%.



Alaska, Montana, North Dakota and Idaho have the lowest percentage of gay porn users, all below the 3% mark.

BuzzFeed reports Pornhub discovered that every single state in the South watches porn at a higher percentage than the average of states where gay marriage is legal.

For states that have legalized gay marriage, the top three consumers of gay porn are Hawaii, New York, and California.

Multiple reports indicate similar findings concerning the Bible Belt’s voracious consumption of pornography. One can only speculate on the connection between the consumption of porn and professed conservative Christian values.

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/progres...n-of-gay-porn/
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It makes sense. Gay people are born everywhere. More stay in the closet if society frowns upon them. Porn becomes the only outlet.
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Poor LABRON... just now figuring out that gay people live everywhere in our country. You'll have to move to another country now.
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Since your thread is going nowhere, why not talk about something productive?

You're a guitarist, right? I am too.

In a bit of a dilemma: Have a collection of tube amps that I don't play anymore. I went digital with a Kemper (which I love, especially the Dumble profiles from Micheal Britt and now the Dr Z profiles from Dr Z) but things started getting complicated with running a stereo effects loop in conjunction with a mono chain all tied together with midi switching on the pedalboard. Mainly the complication is the setup at gigs. A bunch of stuff to hook up and a bunch of gear to haul.

So I bought a Fractal AX8 and it does almost everything I get out of my Kemper rig, but all contained in a small footprint. It does everything well enough that I probably won't use the Kemper and effects board live, but just leave it set up in my studio.

So should I just sell my collection of tube amps? I have some nice stuff: an AC30, a Matchless Clubman, a Dr Z Route 66, and a Vibro King just collecting dust. Seems almost criminal to have them sitting in storage. Never going to gig with them. Probably won't record with them. Profiled them all on my favorite settings with a Royer 121 + SM7B and stored in my Kemper rigs.

What would you do?
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Poor LABRON... just now figuring out that gay people live everywhere in our country. You'll have to move to another country now.
Missed the point, did you?

Everybody knows "gay people live everywhere in our country," genius.

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Missed the point, did you?

Everybody knows "gay people live everywhere in our country," genius.

Here's a clue from the article for you:
You're as stupid as **** ghetto boy! Bwahhhahaaaa
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Since your thread is going nowhere, why not talk about something productive?

You're a guitarist, right? I am too.

In a bit of a dilemma: Have a collection of tube amps that I don't play anymore. I went digital with a Kemper (which I love, especially the Dumble profiles from Micheal Britt and now the Dr Z profiles from Dr Z) but things started getting complicated with running a stereo effects loop in conjunction with a mono chain all tied together with midi switching on the pedalboard. Mainly the complication is the setup at gigs. A bunch of stuff to hook up and a bunch of gear to haul.

So I bought a Fractal AX8 and it does almost everything I get out of my Kemper rig, but all contained in a small footprint. It does everything well enough that I probably won't use the Kemper and effects board live, but just leave it set up in my studio.

So should I just sell my collection of tube amps? I have some nice stuff: an AC30, a Matchless Clubman, a Dr Z Route 66, and a Vibro King just collecting dust. Seems almost criminal to have them sitting in storage. Never going to gig with them. Probably won't record with them. Profiled them all on my favorite settings with a Royer 121 + SM7B and stored in my Kemper rigs.

What would you do?

First of all, I wouldn't give up on the thread so soon.

Second, modelers are for kids.

J/k. Sort of.

Digital modelers have their uses, e.g., for home recording, but no serious pro would be caught dead trying to do a live gig with one.

These devices come very close to replicating the sound of a tube amp, but they can't replicate the dynamic range/touch sensitivity of a real tube circuit driving a real speaker.

Re: your amp collection: If you never gig these amps, then I guess that would be a good argument for offloading them, but in your first paragraph, it sounded like you were playing out...? If so, then why wouldn't you want to use a real amp (especially a higher-end amp like the kind you indicated you owned?)

Anyway, here is what I would do with the amps:

1) Buy a reactive load box like the Suhr Reactive Load, (my fave) the Rivera Rock Crusher or the Radial Head Load.

2) Purchase some IR (assuming here you are familiar with the technology) collections from Two Notes Engineering, Celestion, RedWirez or OwnHammer, along with a convolution plug so you can use them in your DAW.

Now you can record direct with those amps and capture all that analog/tube warmth and goodness with speaker/mic simulation so real-sounding even the best ears in the music industry would be hard pressed to tell you weren't micing a real cab.

And the beauty part? Tracking with headphones, you can crank your tube amps at 3:00 am without the neighbors hearing so much as a whisper.
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First of all, I wouldn't give up on the thread so soon.

Second, modelers are for kids.

J/k. Sort of.

Digital modelers have their uses, e.g., for home recording, but no serious pro would be caught dead trying to do a live gig with one.

These devices come very close to replicating the sound of a tube amp, but they can't replicate the dynamic range/touch sensitivity of a real tube circuit driving a real speaker.

Re: your amp collection: If you never gig these amps, then I guess that would be a good argument for offloading them, but in your first paragraph, it sounded like you were playing out...? If so, then why wouldn't you want to use a real amp (especially a higher-end amp like the kind you indicated you owned?)

Anyway, here is what I would do with the amps:

1) Buy a reactive load box like the Suhr Reactive Load, (my fave) the Rivera Rock Crusher or the Radial Head Load.

2) Purchase some IR (assuming here you are familiar with the technology) collections from Two Notes Engineering, Celestion, RedWirez or OwnHammer, along with a convolution plug so you can use them in your DAW.

Now you can record direct with those amps and capture all that analog/tube warmth and goodness with speaker/mic simulation so real-sounding even the best ears in the music industry would be hard pressed to tell you weren't micing a real cab.

And the beauty part? Tracking with headphones, you can crank your tube amps at 3:00 am without the neighbors hearing so much as a whisper.
I've seen plenty of pros using Kemper and Axe FX gear. Pete Thorn and Paul Gilbert come to mind. I've been really interested in the reactive load tech. Just not interested enough to date. To me the Kemper sounds and plays as touch responsive as the real thing. Certainly, not enough difference to warrant hauling and mic'ing up a heavy amp and cab. If I had a road crew and people hauling my gear I wouldn't care. It's just a hobby for me.

As to why I don't want to play live with a tube amp -- a few reasons:
1. stage volume. Always a struggle in smaller clubs to deal with that. I've tried a couple of attenuators and was never happy with the sound. The Kemper and now the Fractal are direct in, so the only stage volume issue we have now is the drums (which we are abating with mesh heads / triggers / Roland TD 50). We run in ear monitors and our own stage sound, so not dependent on a sound guy in that respect.
2. Reliability - can't tell you how many times I'd have something go wrong with an amp. Tube, speaker wire, attenuator... something. Always had to haul a backup which was a b****.
3. Convenience - Just a couple XLR's out to the snake.
4. Stereo - I love the effects from source audio. Stereo fuzz with a gated fuzz on one side and a fuzz face clone on the other, Nemesis delay, Fulltone stereo trem, rotary effect, vibe, etc.. Cant run those in stereo without dual amps. No thanks.
5. Space in the van.
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What kind of guitars are you playing Doc? Those tube amps are sweeeeeet.
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My favorite (metal) guitarist has so much of his tone through the Fractal AX8 AS and I absolutely hate how it sounds. So watered down, seemed so flat. He could probably do a lot more with all its capabilities, but he is probably too high to figure it out. A lot of the post-rock bands I love are going nanners with effects too. I like to keep it as simple as possible.
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Depends. I have a collection.

I was a strat guy out of utility and playing style for a long time. Grew up on Hendrix and that's the kind of stuff I like -- Doyle Bramhall Jr is my kind of speed. So I have several strats.

Then when I could afford them, I bought some les pauls. I'm a single coil pickup guy so I lean towards the p90 variants. My favorite although a love/hate relationship with tuning stability is a les paul with p90's and a B-bender.

Now I'm into custom builds from a really fantastic luthier. Not going to mention his name or company though. He's built several for me, and converted a telecaster of mine to a 12 string.

Just bought a Jazzmaster. It's really fun and interesting.
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Nice. Jazzmaster's are a lot of fun! I was just playing one at my friend's studio on my way back home from the East coast. I like their radius and fretboards (more flat, IMHO) and make it really easy to wail and bend on strings. He makes his own custom pedals and cabs. I'm going to have him do my new rig for me, but I'm pissing around on the size of a cab I want. I think I'm gonna go with a 2x10 for a tighter bass and more crispness. Went to a show downtown and the guitarist in the band was playing a 2x12 he had with 200W (up to) Celestion's with a old Music Man 65 (R) head. Blew my nuts off. Too much power.
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I've seen plenty of pros using Kemper and Axe FX gear. Pete Thorn and Paul Gilbert come to mind. I've been really interested in the reactive load tech. Just not interested enough to date. To me the Kemper sounds and plays as touch responsive as the real thing. Certainly, not enough difference to warrant hauling and mic'ing up a heavy amp and cab. If I had a road crew and people hauling my gear I wouldn't care. It's just a hobby for me.

As to why I don't want to play live with a tube amp -- a few reasons:
1. stage volume. Always a struggle in smaller clubs to deal with that. I've tried a couple of attenuators and was never happy with the sound. The Kemper and now the Fractal are direct in, so the only stage volume issue we have now is the drums (which we are abating with mesh heads / triggers / Roland TD 50). We run in ear monitors and our own stage sound, so not dependent on a sound guy in that respect.
2. Reliability - can't tell you how many times I'd have something go wrong with an amp. Tube, speaker wire, attenuator... something. Always had to haul a backup which was a b****.
3. Convenience - Just a couple XLR's out to the snake.
4. Stereo - I love the effects from source audio. Stereo fuzz with a gated fuzz on one side and a fuzz face clone on the other, Nemesis delay, Fulltone stereo trem, rotary effect, vibe, etc.. Cant run those in stereo without dual amps. No thanks.
5. Space in the van.
Pete uses the Kemper and other modelers for recording, but not live (unless he has to.) Not sure about Gilbert.

To your other points:

1) If stage volume is a problem, then just use smaller amps. Most attenuators make your amp sound like crap because they use resistive loads. Attenuators that use reactive loads actually model the impedance curve of a real speaker. Anyway, I, for one, would never think of playing live without a real speaker cabinet on the bandstand because so much of the dynamic range is dependent on the interaction between the guitar pickups and the speaker(s.) My small club rig is usually something like a Fender Deluxe for cleans and some kind of small (~20W) lunchbox head/1x12 cab for distortion. Pedals do the rest.

Bottom line: If your ears can't tell the difference between a modeler and a real amp, and if you (and your audience) are happy with the results, then that's all that matters.

2) Re: Reliability issues: It's true: tube amps are high maintenance. For me, the maintenance issues are worth the trouble. I make it a point to learn how to tackle as many maintenance and repair jobs as I can by myself. I also keep a support network of repair people on call for everything else. I have learned that, more than anything else, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" when it comes to keeping my backline running smoothly.

3) Playing a stereo rig is like masturbation - you're only pleasing yourself unless every member of your audience is sitting in the middle of the stereo field - otherwise the people on one side of the room are hearing only the processed side of your signal.
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Doc B and LABF are going to start a band and it's going to be glorious. THE MANE ATTRACTION!!!!
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I'm picturing a sweet rhythm and blues intro followed by Shane Footsteps and Ron screaming at each other like howler monkeys
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Depends. I have a collection.

I was a strat guy out of utility and playing style for a long time. Grew up on Hendrix and that's the kind of stuff I like -- Doyle Bramhall Jr is my kind of speed. So I have several strats.

Then when I could afford them, I bought some les pauls. I'm a single coil pickup guy so I lean towards the p90 variants. My favorite although a love/hate relationship with tuning stability is a les paul with p90's and a B-bender.

Now I'm into custom builds from a really fantastic luthier. Not going to mention his name or company though. He's built several for me, and converted a telecaster of mine to a 12 string.

Just bought a Jazzmaster. It's really fun and interesting.
If you need a studio rig and a gig rig, then have both. I haven't gigged in years and I totally get the setup and the rigorous nature of setting up gear. Have you considered pre-configured cases that make things a little more plug and play?

I have a few guitars

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If you need a studio rig and a gig rig, then have both. I haven't gigged in years and I totally get the setup and the rigorous nature of setting up gear. Have you considered pre-configured cases that make things a little more plug and play?

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This is my live rig. Plug and play AF.

My Kemper rig has a cable snake of sorts from my board in an ata case. Still heavy and 6 or so cables to hook up in the dark.
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This is my live rig. Plug and play AF.

My Kemper rig has a cable snake of sorts from my board in an ata case. Still heavy and 6 or so cables to hook up in the dark.
Yeah...put you Amp and rack mounts in a case with wheels...and the stomp box in the bottom and pull it out when you setup with all the cables already plugged in
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Pete uses the Kemper and other modelers for recording, but not live (unless he has to.) Not sure about Gilbert.

To your other points:

1) If stage volume is a problem, then just use smaller amps. Most attenuators make your amp sound like crap because they use resistive loads. Attenuators that use reactive loads actually model the impedance curve of a real speaker. Anyway, I, for one, would never think of playing live without a real speaker cabinet on the bandstand because so much of the dynamic range is dependent on the interaction between the guitar pickups and the speaker(s.) My small club rig is usually something like a Fender Deluxe for cleans and some kind of small (~20W) lunchbox head/1x12 cab for distortion. Pedals do the rest.

Bottom line: If your ears can't tell the difference between a modeler and a real amp, and if you (and your audience) are happy with the results, then that's all that matters.

2) Re: Reliability issues: It's true: tube amps are high maintenance. For me, the maintenance issues are worth the trouble. I make it a point to learn how to tackle as many maintenance and repair jobs as I can by myself. I also keep a support network of repair people on call for everything else. I have learned that, more than anything else, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" when it comes to keeping my backline running smoothly.

3) Playing a stereo rig is like masturbation - you're only pleasing yourself unless every member of your audience is sitting in the middle of the stereo field - otherwise the people on one side of the room are hearing only the processed side of your signal.
I loled at the stereo part. Probably true. Still, makes me happy and inspired.
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I don't have a stomp box anymore, just pedals. I just play with compression, reverb, delay, digitech harmonist, auto-wah, and a boomerang. Some of those pedals are 20 years-old
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Not enough space in the van for that. We could haul a trailer but that's a whole other headache, especially parking. Thought long and hard about that though.
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Garcia needs to throw those guitars in the garbage where they belong.
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Not enough space in the van for that. We could haul a trailer but that's a whole other headache, especially parking. Thought long and hard about that though.
Get a bigger van.

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I'm picturing a sweet rhythm and blues intro followed by Shane Footsteps and Ron screaming at each other like howler monkeys
Doc B and LABF are going to trade in all their six strings and step it up a notch and head for 8 strings tuned down super low, with the aforementioned trio screaming like they are Swedish Death Metal.
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I play a bunch of Dead, Phish, and anything fun, but I don't need a bunch of effects. I just just volume. So I might play with the distortion on, but at lower volume it sounds clearer. This also affords me the ability to met the intensity of the jam, or be able to "go to eleven" when needed.
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