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Biz Prof

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Biz Prof last won the day on October 27 2018

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About Biz Prof

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  • Birthday 08/04/1971

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  • guitars
    '93 Special, '93 Studio, 90 Centaura, '91 Fender HRR Strat, '72 Reissue Telecaster Custom, Ibanez AS73, '10 Standard (import), PRS Singlecut, Partscaster Tele, Kramer Focus 1000, Jackson Kelly, Charvel Fusion Deluxe
  • amps
    1984 JCM 800 Marshall Model 1987, Phaez Pasadena 18w head, 1975 MusicMan HD-130 212
  • fx
    Too many Boss pedals to count, Chandler Tube Driver, Mesa V-Twin, Vox 847, assorted nuts and bolts

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    North Carolina
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    Guitars, woodworking, muscle cars, intellectual discourse

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  1. That segment should be shown to all students enrolled in Intro to Sociology.
  2. Best: Definitely the minty white Ibanez AS73 loaded with a set of Gibson '57 Classics that I bought from a local jazz box player. $250 with OHSC. Bought it to have a semi-hollow to play around the house; ended up in my gigging rotation that includes an Archtop Studio and P-90 Special. That Ibby is a tone monster in spite of its price and origin. Close second: A barely-used Wampler Pinnacle Deluxe V2. Pretty nice dirt box with a lot of tonal options tweakable to adjust to different guitars and/or pickups. Worst: Don't laugh...but my 2019 duds were all small-potatoes accessories. Bought a Dunlop concave pyrex slide in the "L" size that's supposed to fit my finger (I have an old one I got in a trade of parts that I love--it had no markings re: size). Turned out to be too large and not worth the effort to return. Also used an Best Buy gift card to buy a collapsible guitar stand for my daughter's Tele--a stand that's very compact when folded, but not very useful when set up. Again, small $$$ and not worth the gas or effort to return.
  3. If Paul had a shot to guest host a late night talk show, he would have the audience in stitches. Just a natural performance talent, he is.
  4. Larry Carlton on anything from the late '70s to present day.
  5. That "photo" reminds me a bit of this classic visual mash-up:
  6. Love all those that have already been mentioned. Here's one from the early '80s that oozes Joe Walsh. Drop D in the beginning, then changes to standard tuning. Just cool all the way through.
  7. Yep. Carpet tape or a thin bead of caulk. Done.
  8. I got it even though I didn't know second band's name. I still love DLR-era VH, but the guy really is his own worst enemy.
  9. About 90% of my pedalboard is Boss. The only pedal failure I have experienced in two years of bar gigs and rehearsals was an output jack on a TC Electronic boost. The Boss stuff just takes the abuse well and still sounds good. Now that I think about it, two of my Boss pedals were manufactured during the Reagan era. I'd say that's a strong endorsement.
  10. If he did say that, it would have been an accurate assessment of '90s country, not the current state of the genre. 2014+ country sounds more like a mash up of Nickelback and hip hop with exaggerated southern accents and templated lyrics.
  11. I think Rob's correct. Either the amp or the Boost pedal are set a little bit too high. To my ears, most of those demo sounds imparted a harsh buzz.
  12. Impressive. Lots of manual labor and intricate hand fitting. Probably the first time I've seen a guitar crafted using a dollop of Daisy sour cream.
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