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    Gibson ES-335TD, Hamer Newport Pro Custom, Hamer Newport Pro, Gibson R8, Fender Strat Plus Deluxe, Suhr Classic Pro S3, McNaught Vintage Single Cut
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    East Amps Duality 30 Combo, 3Monkeys Grease Monkey II, 3Monkeys Sock Monkey, BF Fender Vibrolux Reverb, PRS Sweet 16, Laney L5 Lionheart 112 Combo, Darkhorse head, Traynor 112 Cabs,
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  1. I like Squeeze a lot. I still have the copy of ARGYBARGY I bought when it came out, one of my favorite albums. Definitely a “desert island” album pick.
  2. I liked his take on She Came In Through The Bathroom Window. Very cool!
  3. I meant that he had both at one point and sold the guitar without its case dufus LOL
  4. What a douche bag, someone slap this guy’s mama. He’s selling an 83 / Gibson Explorer, without its case, and selling the case separately. Something tells me they’re used to be a Hamer Standard that belonged to this Hamer case that he’s selling separately https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F123910246679
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    Bloozguy

    Saddened to hear this. A fellow Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes fan. R.I.P. Ray.
  6. Because somewhere, perhaps in the review that they did, I had seen where they had mentioned the pedals were going to be used for a giveaway. Knowing that the pedals would never be paid for, and if I push for them to return them, it probably wouldn’t go over well with TGP members that were looking forward to the giveaway. I didn’t want to tarnish the brand name if TGP decided to blame the reversal on the giveaway on me. Funny thing is, that I never saw where they actually gave the pedals away. They're probably sitting in some mod’s house.
  7. Those guys are a bunch of fucking tools. Eight or nine years ago when I was distributing G-Lab in the US, I had given TGP a couple of G-Lab pedals, worth $600 for a TGP giveaway and review. Shortly after, unbeknownst to me, they had revised rules for manufacturers and dealers with regards to where they can post promo information and sales ads. I posted a link to a review, or something about the wah pedal that we were working on for Warren Haynes on the forum board that was previously designated for those activities unaware that roughly a week or two prior they had changed the designated board to a new one. Did anybody bother to send me a link with the info about the changes, did they message me and just give me a warning with the updated info that I needed? No. Those dicks (I mean members) just clocked me with points for spamming. I messaged them asking why the heavy hand without a warning first, and pointed out that I just given them $600 in pedals. Their response: “We can’t play favorites.” Are they kidding me? What a bunch of fucking douche bags. I should’ve sent them a bill for the pedals with a note saying I can’t play favorites. Sorry sack of Assholes.
  8. Ric wrote for Ian Lloyd (of Stories fame- big hit Brother Louie in ‘73/‘74) in the late ‘70s, and Ian had a good run off of one of Ric’s contributions called Slip Away in ‘79. Ian has an all-star band for that album, which is a good listen, called Goosebumps. It featured Benjamin Orr on Bass, Ric on guitar and backing vocals, Mick Jones (Foreigner) guitar and backing vocals, Lou Gramm (Foreigner) vocals, Dennis Elliott (Foreigner) Drums, AND....Ian Hunter! Super fun record! Here’s Slip Away, enjoy!
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