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  • Birthday 04/10/1968

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    79 Sunburst, 81 Vector, 83 Blitz, 85 Scepter, 88 Chappie, 95 Special, 96 Eclipse 12 String, 96 Special FM, 96 Mirage II, 00 Newport Pro, 01 Studio Custom, 03 Studio Custom Quilt (chambered), 04 Studio Custom Korina (chambered), 04 Studio Mahogany, 06 Studio Goldtop P90
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    Phaez Asheville, Phaez Duofaze, Egnator Rebel, Egnator Tweaker, Fargen Bordeaux, Rockytop 45/50H, VVT X-40, DABECK Custom, Two Rock Custom Prototype, Harry Joyce Custom 30, Hall Lil' Rebel, Express clone, Concorde clone
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  1. It's a recognition of the recordings significance but also a separate, secure physical repository. Because of things like this https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Universal_Studios_fire
  2. Still got my ADA Ampulator. Havent used it in quite a while, should probably fire it up. Rundown . . . basically what RobB said.
  3. Yeah, it's hard to hear bass while standing just in front of the amp. Wavelength of the low E is 12ft or so. I used to jam once a week with my brother years ago, leaving the amps/drums in place. We all had other primary rigs. Week by week it just crept up, until we could barely hear the drummer. That was the tell. Dialed it back down, but a few weeks later. . . Say what you want, but I swear my guitarist-brother was the one cranking it up. That's my story.
  4. I had a hearing test when I was 26 or so. Had the classic dip in the upper mid range. Audiologist: Yepp, you're gonna need hearing aids one day. That day was 2 years ago.
  5. Most assured assuredly! Yeah, I did that on porpoise. Just watch the video, wankers.
  6. This just popped up on my youtube feed; very interesting! I might be playing around with strings this weekend. Take notice that they used one brand-type of strings. But I would imagine you would still hear a difference with other brands, albeit with different differences.
  7. I've always used an internal boxing method I learned from my packaging supplier a while back. They had ties to an auction house and always had a collection of odd-shaped items in the corner; for packaging/shipping to non-local buyers. I might have posted it here a while back.
  8. Angels guitarist Punky Meadows ran a Tanning Salon in Oakton VA for a while. https://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/news/article/13024284/angel-on-his-shoulder
  9. Great interview/show. Maybe more Aerosmith if he does another one.
  10. For some reason, I've never found an Ash guitar that sounds right to me.
  11. Walkaway's my all time fave of his. I do prefer the album version; a lot of cool overdubbed guitarwork.
  12. I'm kinda in the same boat. Last guitar I got was 5 years ago, but only because i got a bro price (600) for a 90s Gibby Special loaded with 70s LP Deluxe minihums. Just need to get off my butt and start researching prices and costs (shipping, yikes!).
  13. Yowza, had no idea. Have got an '85 black/red one. Early s/n iirc wrt serial steves database.
  14. I've got two: an Asheville and a two channel custom beastie, called the Duofaze. The Asheville is his take on Warren Haynes' modded SLO. Mine is his EL84 (2014?) version and it still blows me away; there is just something special about this circuit. At one time was tempted to grab a used EL34 version for more headroom, but since it really shines in overdrive/distortionland, no need. The Duofaze is a SIBLY and a McClane (trainwreck express) in one. I didnt want a clean channel at all, so asked for this combo. Took him a while, and he had to go thru a few different designs/changes before he was satisfied. Of the two, probably use the SIBLY more often because the McClane is more of a lead guitar specialist. Like them both tho, and it's going nowhere any time soon.
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