That BF Super Reverb at Cadenza…..?

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Re: That BF Super Reverb at Cadenza…..?

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Well he's not registered as a director or shareholder of a company in NZ and Cadenza Guitars isn't registered as a business either so my guess is he's part of a Mossad honey trap to capture mild mannered guitar nerds to create some kind of super band who will be used as part of a mass mind control experiment over the masses!
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We may want to avoid any potential defamation suits - please keep dialogue away from those rocky reefs.
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GrantB wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 8:41 am We may want to avoid any potential defamation suits - please keep dialogue away from those rocky reefs.
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Auckland director of a large Italian financial company?
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GrantB wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 8:41 am We may want to avoid any potential defamation suits - please keep dialogue away from those rocky reefs.
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GrantB wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 8:41 am We may want to avoid any potential defamation suits - please keep dialogue away from those rocky reefs.


Genuine question, is that something that happens in NZ?

I thought it was just on TV and in America!

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kdawg2a wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 7:01 am
Slowy wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 6:29 am
kdawg2a wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 5:52 am

Oooo.... Intriguing! I know he used to have some pro looking photos of himself up on the wall behind the counter. I wonder if he wrote one absolutely awful number 1 hit ( that he'd never admit to) and still lives off the royalties?!
It's possible. He's actually a monster player when he can be bothered.
Maybe we should do a 'Speculation of Ed Pausmas passive income ' thread? Could be a lot of fun. I'd put forward that he was gun running in the 80s for a band of political rebels in South America.
Or i could be boring and simply ask Kerry Adams.
But your idea sounds more fun 😁
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NZTone.e wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 12:44 pm
GrantB wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 8:41 am We may want to avoid any potential defamation suits - please keep dialogue away from those rocky reefs.


Genuine question, is that something that happens in NZ?

I thought it was just on TV and in America!
To the extent that it would be proper serious, very unlikely. But I do recall us having to acknowledge a request from someone that we stop talking about them and their business. Long time ago now.

We can still bitch about service and real world issues based on our own experience though...
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I don't like this freeform speculation about someone's life, even if it is designed to be a bit silly or patently outrageous. Speculating about someone's life or background is, in my view, incredibility intrusive into their life. It puts us close to the level of the online speculators regarding the Duke of this, Duchess of that, Prince/Princess, (in)famous person, etc.

I wouldn't like it done to me.
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WellyBlues wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 2:25 pm I don't like this freeform speculation about someone's life, even if it is designed to be a bit silly or patently outrageous. Speculating about someone's life or background is, in my view, incredibility intrusive into their life. It puts us close to the level of the online speculators regarding the Duke of this, Duchess of that, Prince/Princess, (in)famous person, etc.

I wouldn't like it done to me.
I know you value your privacy after your long career as an exotic dancer and I will do my best to not cast aspersions on others character from now on :thumbup:
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jeremyb wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 2:42 pm
WellyBlues wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 2:25 pm I don't like this freeform speculation about someone's life, even if it is designed to be a bit silly or patently outrageous. Speculating about someone's life or background is, in my view, incredibility intrusive into their life. It puts us close to the level of the online speculators regarding the Duke of this, Duchess of that, Prince/Princess, (in)famous person, etc.

I wouldn't like it done to me.
I know you value your privacy after your long career as an exotic dancer and I will do my best to not cast aspersions on others character from now on :thumbup:
The exotic dancer career is fine, it's just the uneventful afterlife of irrelevance that I want nobody to find out about.
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NZTone.e wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 12:44 pm
GrantB wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 8:41 am We may want to avoid any potential defamation suits - please keep dialogue away from those rocky reefs.


Genuine question, is that something that happens in NZ?

I thought it was just on TV and in America!
Genuine answer: We have no idea and even less desire to find out.
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WellyBlues wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 2:25 pm I don't like this freeform speculation about someone's life, even if it is designed to be a bit silly or patently outrageous. Speculating about someone's life or background is, in my view, incredibility intrusive into their life. It puts us close to the level of the online speculators regarding the Duke of this, Duchess of that, Prince/Princess, (in)famous person, etc.

I wouldn't like it done to me.
In retrospect, I did encourage this; thoughtless of me. I've known Ed for decades and we get on well when we see each other but I agree completely with you.

I stand rebuked. :oops:
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Getting back to the Super Reverb: I spent a lot of time with the Super Reverb owned by Rob Magnus. He used it in the Blue Rhythm Hounds and I think the Pink Flamingoes as well.

My question is, what on earth are you doing that requires that much amp?
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Slowy wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 7:22 pm
My question is, what on earth are you doing that requires that much amp?
Downsizing.

Obviously.

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