What are you Listening To Right Now? - and more

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  1. Natitude

    Natitude Super Member

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    Yes sir @FOH Engineer couldn’t agree with you more. Since I found this thread, I’ve all but forgotten about Facebook. No drama here... just good music and convo with like minded people :beerchug::thumbsup:
     

     

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  2. john111/LZ

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    Think you mean Gretsch.....
     
  3. jim steil

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    Same page here. plus un like school, i learn here.....:eek:
     
  4. Natitude

    Natitude Super Member

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    Lol.... we learn here beacause the stuff taught here actually matters:D
     
  5. Crazy Gnome

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    Level 3 snow emergency. Only emergency personnel allowed on roads. Can be arrested.
    The man trying to keep me from going out and having fun in the snow.
    On lp

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  6. Delmarva

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    If it's good enough for Dwight Yoakam then it's gotta be good. He has a bunch of those Epiphones in various configurations.
    http://www.epiphone.com/Products/Archtop/Dwight-Yoakam-Dwight-Trash-Casino-Outfit.aspx
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    A few years ago I tried to win one, signed by Yoakam...they haven't notified me yet.
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  7. jim steil

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  8. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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  9. jim steil

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    WOW !!! talk about a beauty,,,,,, the eyes just get to me. the old day look is just super. leaves a little to wonder about. A+++
     
  10. jim steil

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    isn't it funny how the mind works.if life was all music and gear, ( for the most part ) we would all be rocket scientists, !!!! me on a lesser scale but all the same,
     
  11. FOH Engineer

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    Bill it seems that Little Feat are a little underposted here, Glad you posted. Great band.
     

     

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  12. jim steil

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    P.S. i have Very Saxy playing off of you tube as we speak. all 34 minutes.....i wish i could have made my elk-horn sound like this. a shame
     
  13. FOH Engineer

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    Setzer is a Gretsch 6120 guy
    Along with 2 64' Fender Bassman Heads
    Dual Showman or Baseman cabinets and the key element besides his touch and skill is the use of Roland Space Echo's as well as occasionally Maestro Echoplex's
     
  14. Dusty Ol'Man

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    I have a few by Mr. George and company, but I have never seen this one.
     
  15. FOH Engineer

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    What's your take on the recording, understanding of course that the YouTube version may have a different source than Prestiege L.P. 7167
     
  16. Man in Cave

    Man in Cave The Tube Dreamer Is Awake Subscriber

    Found it at a thrift years ago and it's the first time spinning it. Definitely a nice sounding London record. I enjoyed it quite a bit having never heard it before. However, as she hit the high notes I heard crackling in the right channel. I was surprised so the pressing may be worn too much or I'm hearing limitations in my system. I'll try it on #2 and hear if I get the same results.

    S.J.
     
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  17. jim steil

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    first off, the sax play is just superb. i like the organ play as well, it reminds me of being a kid and going into pipe organ pizza and listening to hall wale on the organ wile we ate pizza and swayed back and forth. love it. if i thought for one second i could have been this good i would have never stopped when i was a kid. to be honest it brings back a ton of my growing up years. A+++
     
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    Blood Sweat and Tears - Greatest Hits
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  19. jim steil

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    as fast as it started, its over. 34 minutes in older person time does not seem to be that long,,,,!!! i love it, the sax play is great.
     
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