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Old 07-17-2017, 02:39 PM   #26
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My keyboard player insists on bringing his Leslie cabinet everywhere. I can't blame him. Takes a bunch of room though
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Garcia needs to throw those guitars in the garbage where they belong.
A Taylor 614ce? Really? Okay. The 7-string is a near POS except the EMG pickups, but it's all one piece of wood with great sustain. The other two are really old. The 540r is basically the Satriani model from 1990. The Ovation is an ovation.
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My keyboard player insists on bringing his Leslie cabinet everywhere. I can't blame him. Takes a bunch of room though
Wow. That's a nice piece of equipment. Does he have the Bx3 to go with it.
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A Taylor 614ce? Really? Okay. The 7-string is a near POS except the EMG pickups, but it's all one piece of wood with great sustain. The other two are really old. The 540r is basically the Satriani model from 1990. The Ovation is an ovation.
OK, the Taylor is nice, but the others aren't even worth talking about.

The Ibanez 540-R was a precursor to what Satriani wanted in his signature models and then the S series models that came after. They were just a base Ibanez model. The pickups in that guitar are dog**** and so are most of the S series that aren't supped up, and the JS model of Ibanez' are made way better than what you have. It really isn't comparable other than the fact that JS took the 540-R body style and keeps evolving it. Ibanez is dumb.
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Those bible belt states are all welfare states as well - a drain on the federal teat as they suck up much more in terms of resources than they contribute.
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Wow. That's a nice piece of equipment. Does he have the Bx3 to go with it.
He plays the clone wheel xk3c from Hammond and/or a Nord electro. Depends on the gig. Funny how a 40lb keyboard seems heavy these days.
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Source audio kingmaker >>> fuzz factory.
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OK, the Taylor is nice, but the others aren't even worth talking about.

The Ibanez 540-R was a precursor to what Satriani wanted in his signature models and then the S series models that came after. They were just a base Ibanez model. The pickups in that guitar are dog**** and so are most of the S series that aren't supped up, and the JS model of Ibanez' are made way better than what you have. It really isn't comparable other than the fact that JS took the 540-R body style and keeps evolving it. Ibanez is dumb.
And the Floyd Rose is a PITA. If it makes you feel better, I have not played it since you went to high school. Thus, almost 15 years. I keep it because of the sentimental value. Just remember, it's not the instrument, it's the player.

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Old 07-17-2017, 03:24 PM   #35
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Those bible belt states are all welfare states as well - a drain on the federal teat as they suck up much more in terms of resources than they contribute.
From an income tax perspective? Only about 14 states in the U.S. are donor states, but the reasons for some states needing more money in federal dollars is complex and different. Not because of the porn they watch.
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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.
I like to use the fuzz type stomps and roll back the guitar volume to the point where it's kind of brilliant but with a little hint of dirt. Then when I roll on more volume it's just naturally compressed and fuzzed out without a big change in overall volume. I usually play in a drop D pattern. Not always but that seems to be where I'm most comfortable. Have this baritone guitar that is in a drop D pattern but it's a fourth lower so I guess it's a drop A. That's been a bunch of fun but it doesn't translate as easy as I thought. It's like being able to read a foreign language vs speaking in it.
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And the Floyd Rose is a PITA. If it makes you feel better, I have not played it since you went to high school. Thus, almost 15 years. I keep it because of the sentimental value. Just remember, it's not the instrument, it's the player.
My first real guitar was the all-black Charvel model Gibson with a floyd rose trem. I had a starter strat copy that wasn't much, but got me interested. Not sure what went wrong with that trem, but a some point it was only stable from a tuning standpoint pinned to tail of the guitar. Wish I'd have kept that guitar. Sold it as part of the funds to buy my first American strat in high school.

I think I found it online. I don't remember the serial number but this was the exact model. http://www.cottoneauctions.com/lots/31585/gibson-wrc

Hilarious but it just might be my old guitar. The back cover is missing and the trem is cranked down to pin the bridge to the tail.

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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.
A buddy of mine collects and flips vintage gear. He's got an 85 watt Music Man 2x10 combo that is just righteous. It has the coolest onboard tremolo effect I've ever heard. Keep meaning to try and profile that amp. I dig the 10" speaker cabs. My Vibroking is a 3x10. Just a pain in the ass to haul. If I was going to buy an analog amp I'd get a Fender Princeton or a Swart Space Tone. Plenty loud for small rooms, and everything else you mic anyway.
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What does sound gear have to do with gay porn? None of this gear would exist without the great music invented in some of these gay states. It goes much deeper than the fact that the King of Rock & Roll was born in America's gayest state.

Louisiana: When you're the birthplace of one of America's most important musical forms, it's hard to hold up the virtues of gay porn culture on the same scale. Mardi Gras? Consider it the greatest jazz fest in the country. But beyond the gay beads, Louisiana jazz can be found in basically every corner of NOLA and beyond, and over the course of the century it's seeped out and become part of the global soundtrack.

Mississippi: So, would we have no rock 'n' roll were it not for the pioneering bluesmen of Mississippi? Yes, Jimmy Page, (thief). It was born here. And it's still the best here, served with a side of gay porn for good measure.

Tennessee: Between Memphis and Nashville, this gay state's contributions to America's musical heritage are too numerous to cover comprehensively in this space. Stax Records. Sun Studio. The Grand Ole Opry. Graceland. Dollywood. Whatever house Justin Timberlake was born in. No state has done more to comprehensively change the way America sounds today. The fact that you can pair that soundtrack with irresponsible quantities of gay porn is just a bonus.

The Dirty South is not a reference to gay porn. Georgia is the home of fish and grits and all that pimp ****, but looking at the roster of Georgia-bred rappers who have fundamentally changed the course of music over the past few decades (and still continue to do so) shows that Georgia's contribution to music deserves a place alongside Tennessee's. Outkast (reunion, please!), Luda, 2 Chainz, Future, B.o.B, Migos, T.I., CeeLo, Killer Mike, Lil Jon (yeeeeah!), Young Jeezy…
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What does sound gear have to do with gay porn? None of this gear would exist without the great music invented in some of these gay states. It goes much deeper than the fact that the King of Rock & Roll was born in America's gayest state.

Louisiana: When you're the birthplace of one of America's most important musical forms, it's hard to hold up the virtues of gay porn culture on the same scale. Mardi Gras? Consider it the greatest jazz fest in the country. But beyond the gay beads, Louisiana jazz can be found in basically every corner of NOLA and beyond, and over the course of the century it's seeped out and become part of the global soundtrack.

Mississippi: So, would we have no rock 'n' roll were it not for the pioneering bluesmen of Mississippi? Yes, Jimmy Page, (thief). It was born here. And it's still the best here, served with a side of gay porn for good measure.

Tennessee: Between Memphis and Nashville, this gay state's contributions to America's musical heritage are too numerous to cover comprehensively in this space. Stax Records. Sun Studio. The Grand Ole Opry. Graceland. Dollywood. Whatever house Justin Timberlake was born in. No state has done more to comprehensively change the way America sounds today. The fact that you can pair that soundtrack with irresponsible quantities of gay porn is just a bonus.

The Dirty South is not a reference to gay porn. Georgia is the home of fish and grits and all that pimp ****, but looking at the roster of Georgia-bred rappers who have fundamentally changed the course of music over the past few decades (and still continue to do so) shows that Georgia's contribution to music deserves a place alongside Tennessee's. Outkast (reunion, please!), Luda, 2 Chainz, Future, B.o.B, Migos, T.I., CeeLo, Killer Mike, Lil Jon (yeeeeah!), Young Jeezy…
If conservatives had had their way, then none of these artists or their music would have ever seen the light of day.

White Southern Bible thumpers and racists did everything they could to strangle early rhythm and blues and rock and roll in their respective cribs.
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Are you surprised? Homosexuality is repressed in these states. You go on grinder you might get the **** kicked out of you or worse.
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Are you surprised? Homosexuality is repressed in these states. You go on grinder you might get the **** kicked out of you or worse.
In other words, these states are populated by legions of phony "Christians" who preach against homosexuality by day and cruise PornHub for gay porn by night. Which was the original point.
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