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lord nelson

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About lord nelson

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    Inner Circle
  • Birthday 04/13/1983

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  • guitars
    04 Standard custom, 96 mirage koa
  • amps
    Diezel Herbert
  • fx
    TC Electronics G-major

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    http://www.orpheus-norway.com

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  • Location
    Trondheim, Norway
  • Interests
    Long walks on the beach and ehh... guitars?
  1. I didn't follow up on this post. Sorry about that, but thanks for the input. From what I read, you keep expensive stuff within eye sight. To me, that's too much work. Between drinking beers with the (one or two) fans and selling merch, I don't see how that is possible. We're doing a short tour (six gigs) in November, and I'm not sure what to bring. The venues are by contract responsible for arranging a safe place to park. Not that I trust that one bit. I'll probably end up bringing a BC Rich mockingbird and an Edwards LP, but it would be so much better with the Hamer standard and the double neck. Looking at ebay I'm even hesitant to bring the Gibson the V (bought from from someone on this forum a while back). Guitars are easy to carry. If my amp rack is stolen, I'll at least give some credit to the thieving bastard; It's heavy as shit. It doesn't look like we're passing through Gothenburg. That seems to be THE city in Europe where bands lose their stuff. https://www.thelocal.com/20180406/italian-bands-live-rig-and-one-of-a-kind-instruments-stolen-in-gothenburg http://www.metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=34600 http://exclaim.ca/music/article/black_mountain_robbed_in_sweden
  2. Do you bring your expensive guitars on tour? I'm not talking about high budget tours with hired security to watch over the bus/trailer, but typical low budget "stuff everything in the van" tours. I hear about bands having their gear stolen all the time. One thing is to lose your Boss pedals, but your prized custom guitar is a tad more difficult to buy back. I bring my Hamer if I do local shows or if the gear is locked inside overnight. I'm sceptical to leave stuff in a parked van or trailer. If I have to do that, I bring cheaper guitars. What are your routines?
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  4. thanks for all the kind words fellas!!! i'm gonna go with 2 pickups....i'm a rocker, not a jazzer One slanted bridge pu, would be cool as hell. Hollowbody shredder. Shrellow?
  5. Accept - Ball to the walls and metal heart. 70s Judas Priest. Sad wings, stained class. Bruce Dickinson - the chemical wedding is one of my favourite heavy metal albums. Surpasses many of the maiden albums. The newest Machine Head album (the blackening) is very heavy. As for the required norwegian recommandation, check out Sahg: and Stonegard
  6. MC Hammer Deep Purple Prince Kiss (below whitesnake) Police (in front of the left rolling stone=
  7. Queen Beach boys (the guys with surf boards) Blues brothers
  8. Nickleback is rock meant for people who don't like rock.
  9. I only have one, but it's a good one (like all standards).
  10. I checked them out on youtube. Not too bad, a bit boring, but not bad IMO. Don't know how he does it live, but his low pitched vocals sound very processed. Definitly not crabcore.
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