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Yet another pedal? Dunno... I guess to me Paul C is synonymous with Timmy, not thinking he had other pedals. This one sounds very... chewy...



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Really enjoyed this...


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Some more Marcus King, he's just fucking awesome.

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sizzlingbadger wrote: Sat May 18, 2024 12:30 pm Some more Marcus King, he's just fucking awesome.

Yeah, he's pretty epic. Saw this recently... thoroughly enjoyed it.



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Today I learned... :shock:

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hamo wrote: Sat May 18, 2024 10:40 pm Today I learned... :shock:

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OK I'm a massive Skid Row fan from back in the day, saw them get banned from a couple of huge stadiums and arenas in the UK :) and play at the biggest Donnington ever. I'm also a huge HaleStorm fan though never managed to see them. So I was very excited to hear the news that Lzzy Hale was doing a short stint as lead vocalist for a run of dates in the US after their current singer left at short notice.

She totally delivers, and man the shows look like they are amazing. Hopefully a full concert video comes out sometime soon, in the meantime check these out. She's obviously been practicing some of Seb's signature moves in front of the mirror, and raided his wardrobe (except the top obviously ;) )






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Aquila Rosso wrote:I don't a mind an iced tea rimjob one little bit :congrats:
Molly wrote:Trousers are no substitute for talent
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Rhett School doing his video comparing rosewood and maple boards. Yeah they sound different. But you're also hitting the strings significantly harder when you're playing the maple board. Shut the fuck up.
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robthemac wrote: Wed May 29, 2024 10:18 pm Rhett School doing his video comparing rosewood and maple boards. Yeah they sound different. But you're also hitting the strings significantly harder when you're playing the maple board. Shut the fuck up.
Every time I see one of his videos recommended it turns my stomach.
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Maybe we should have a dry pedal july :rofl:

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jeremyb wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 9:45 pm Maybe we should have a dry pedal july :rofl:

I was planning on having a dry gear 2024 anyway, so why not? :lol:
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hamo wrote: Wed Jun 05, 2024 10:02 am
jeremyb wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 9:45 pm Maybe we should have a dry pedal july :rofl:

I was planning on having a dry gear 2024 anyway, so why not? :lol:
Yeah but you'd have to buy a Strat and a Mesa Boogie Amp (you'd probably get away with a Fender amp though) to do it his way.
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WellyBlues wrote: Wed Jun 05, 2024 10:52 am
hamo wrote: Wed Jun 05, 2024 10:02 am
jeremyb wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 9:45 pm Maybe we should have a dry pedal july :rofl:

I was planning on having a dry gear 2024 anyway, so why not? :lol:
Yeah but you'd have to buy a Strat and a Mesa Boogie Amp (you'd probably get away with a Fender amp though) to do it his way.
Its inspired me to give it a go with my strat and my modded laney cub 8, will be interesting to hear how it sounds :rofl:
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