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killerteddybear

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killerteddybear last won the day on April 11

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About killerteddybear

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    Veteran HFCer
  • Birthday 03/28/1956

Previous Fields

  • guitars
    F-Bass BNF5, Kinal MK-21, Hamer Mirage II, Fender Hwy 1 Tele, G&L Legacy, Larrivee OM-03R, Eastman AR-810CE
  • amps
    Eden Navigator/QSC RMX1450/Bergantino HT322, Eden WT300 & (2) Bergantino 1x12's, Carvin Vintage 16, some generic Champ clone
  • fx
    Many, and poorly applied

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    SF East Bay Area, CA since August 2018
  • Interests
    Bass, other noise making; wood turning.

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  1. His Twitter feed lists as Peachland, BC, not Toronto, my guess is the amp business is closed. BTW I've been to Peachland. Beautiful locale in the Okanagan Valley.
  2. Good to hear you caught it in time. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
  3. Sounds like a Derek and Clive skit...
  4. Forgive me for this reply, as I think the world of Caddie. But he might have enjoyed this... “You’re gonna need a seance for that”
  5. Naysayers aside, your repair work is stellar. Regarding the Heritage content, you may be one of the few people on earth who can polish a turd.
  6. That tiny Euro-crap? For a Moog wanna-be try https://www.synthesizers.com/ It's a rabbit hole that terrifies me.
  7. Honestly, too many to list. But high up on the list is "To Comfort You" by Ian Thomas. Bette Midler covered this and didn't change a thing - no need to. Crap, I tear up writing about it.
  8. I have a lot of hardcover sci-fi from decades past when I read a lot (pre-matrimony - coincidence?). Select authors, mostly hard sci-fi, 1940s to 1990s. Once my favorite authors passed on (or worse, started to write fantasy) I lost the urge to keep up. Now I look at the bookshelf and wonder if I want to keep this stuff. In my thirties I told myself I'd re-read them all one day, but these days I fell too busy doin' nuthin' to invest time in an old book. Plus I'll know how it ends... As a bass player, my 'other' collection is guitars, keyboards, and guitar amps. Realistically I can't play any of this stuff - why do i need 5 keyboards and 3 rack synths? Or 6 guitars?
  9. In for a Pickle Vibe as well. Curious to see who gets the 'one off'...
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