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He had such a great bond with Billy Gibbons. The perfect sideman.
The last time I saw him was after a sold-out show in the Imperial Palace casino In Biloxi, MS. I was buying a t-shirt, and he came strolling...
I recently watched a great documentary about former Beatles producer George Martin's studio on the island of Monserrat in the West Indies. The Police, The Stones, Dire Straits, McCartney, and so many more made great music there. It's worth a watch.
Under the Volcano (2 min. Trailer)
Another interview with the CEO of Gibson.
He mentions "the Forums."
I remember several months back that the "Mini Vent" was getting good reviews here, but since then, I've seen offerings from Strymon and a few others.
I'm looking for a good Leslie Cab Sim box, and would appreciate your opinion (if you've got one to offer) on your favorite. :hank
I went to the masters on Wednesday, and I have to tell you guys, this is definitely a "bucket list" thing.
Wednesday is the last day of the week that they allow (personal) cameras, and they have the "Par 3" contest on the beautiful Par 3 course.
The players are all very relaxed and at ease...
Akstrat61's coffee and mugs arrived today! You guys would not believe how good this coffee smells. I'll grind some in the morning!
That said, it's time for Pay It Forward #7.
It's kind of difficult to find something that everyone wants, so I'm going to give you a choice:
Package #1: First...
Recently, I was reading the "Tweed Deluxe Speaker" thread, and saw this post:
The reason I'm starting a new thread is because the discussion was mostly "to recone or not to recone" for some actual 50's Tweed Deluxes.
My amp's a clone, so there's no need to fret about ruining a pristine...
The Wall Street Journal has a very good article about my favorite format: High Resolution Digital Audio (I think the "return" of vinyl is basically a reaction to awful CD recordings, and digital Hi-Res has made some good albums truly listenable again -- without all the vinyl-associated...