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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2006 11:21 am 
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You were at the Neon Armadillo? Not much neon there, but my amp buzzed like there was :x . I about cut up an extension cord, grounded my amp chassis, and ran it to a ground stake outside. Where were you sitting at?


Yes! It was a few weeks back.
Was there with a client. Nice power trio.

I was under the impression that it was
a country place though (client preference :roll: )

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something we can agree on. i refuse to use anything other.



yup i have never purchased a pick other then this.

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So, what ?...no reed, ligature and mouthpiece chat?

Lacquers vs. bare brass?

Selmer vs. Yamaha?

New horns vs. vintage?




Freaking guitar players and drummers.




I am an island.


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[quote="WBOB
I was under the impression that it was
a country place though (client preference :roll: )[/quote]

Yeah, dejavu city, :lol: !!! I guess they were trying to do a classic rock night on Thursdays, and our first night was two weeks AFTER they quit advertising with classic rock radio. I really got 'em with Willie Nelson's Nightlife later on though.
Glad you were there!


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Crate XXX 4x12 Speaker Cabinet (no photo yet)

Crate 900watt PA (no photo)

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Oliver's Army wrote:
So, what ?...no reed, ligature and mouthpiece chat?

Lacquers vs. bare brass?

Selmer vs. Yamaha?

New horns vs. vintage?




Freaking guitar players and drummers.




I am an island.


:lol:


I play tuba too (I'm all about the low end 8) ) I don't currently own one because for what they cost I could buy 3 really nice bass guitars and a killer amp. If somebody wants to give me one, I'll be happy to start gigging on tuba too though.

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This is me on my new kit.

It's completely rad.

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someone please IM me and tell me how to post photos.

I have a Three humbucker Gibson Les Paul and according to Gibson it is a 1967 modified standard. Guess I shouldn't have thrown it on the floor so much. My backup guitar is brand new, just made the switch to a fender. It's a telecaster Deluxe with the S-1 switching which is pretty cool. My amp is a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier and a 80w traynor. I have a crap load of boss pedals b/c that is basically all I will use. Takamine Acoustic, '67 Fender Mustang(given to me by my father) and a sh*tty ass samick that was my 1st guitar so I won't come off of it.


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bassjones wrote:
no pretty pictures for you all, but I play and recommend (hopefully one day endorse) the following bass guitar equipment:

G&L L2500 5-string
A beat up old Englehardt upright that needs a ton of work...

SWR Grand-Prix Pre-amp
QSC USA 850 Power amp - overkill around here, but it kicks ass.
Pre-Gibson Trace Elliot smx series combo amp

Boss Bass Chorus
Morley volume
Boss Bass Distortion
Boss TU-2 tuner

Monster 500 Bass cables
Gator racks

On the wish list:

Low Down Sound custom cabinets - 1-12", 1-8", 1-tweeter, NEO magnets, tweeter control on the side, finished in a spray-on hard finish - being designed right now, will order soon.

LeCompte custom basses - I will be ordering a bass from them in the next year - a fretless single-cut six-string and hopefully a fretted six shortly thereafter.

MXR auto-q

Eden WT series head to replace my current behemoth setup...


On edit...

The MXR should be here today.

The LDS cab is under construction and we are crossing our fingers hoping it's here by December 5, as NoRA is playing at Columbia Street West with Lo. Automatic and it would be very nice not to play through the Trace Elliot combo - it's one of the very good early TEs with the 12-band e.q. and tube pre, and two-band compression and all the TE goodies, but it's just not my thing and it's really not my thing with NoRA...

BTW, the TE combo will be up for sale shortly - basically as soon as I get my LDS cab.

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martin j-41
martin omc 16e koa
ibanez les paul copy
tradition g12 deluxe
jay turser jazz box

pedals:
boss tuner
tubeworks "rock" distortion pedal
crybaby
danelectro compressor (used as a volume boost)
danelectro tremelo
danelectro delay/echo
danelectro reverse tape delay

amps:
sunn 200s head
carvin xt-112 (celestion loaded)
epiphone valve jr
vox pathfinder

cabs:
4x12 celestion loaded
4x12 fender loaded
1x12 fender cab

drums:
4 pc DW collectors series
all maple shells
ludwig black beauty snare
slingerland radio king snare
tama 10" maple snare
pearl 12 maple snare

cymbals:
24" sabian AA ride
22" sabian HH crash/right
16" sabian HH crash
14" sabian HH hihats
12" wuhan china
18" wuhan china

keyboards:
kurzweil pc2x
m-audio oxygen 8 w/ reason

various percussion items, uhh, think that is all worth mentioning :oops:

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Is that it?

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Is that it?



are you talking to me :?:

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Yeah, sorry. Nevermind.

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St. Alfonzo wrote:
Yeah, sorry. Nevermind.


ha, no problem, just wasnt sure who you were replying to. 8)

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