Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Karajan and the Berliner made quite a few recordings. All superb in my limited opinion.
I placed a larger body cart -Pickering xsv 3000- and it would not work on that arm. That's the reason i kept the Toshiba sr-fx70 i have now and gave away the Yamaha. Just giving you some more data to aid in your decision. If your like me you are obsessed with getting all the info possible before making the purchase.
Little Feat • Representing The Mambo...........LP
I have, Saw them with Skid Row, And Warrant, Back in the day. Not bad.
Up early again, Bob? I find the quiet in the morning a good way to start the day. Been sitting around for two days waiting for a job. This is why I hate my on call schedule. I was on track to make 60+ hrs. Not gonna happen now.
Sorry to hear that, I also hated on call. Yes, Wife out of town, Have animal duty. Will get an early music start today. No wife errands.
Hello and good morning to all--starting out the day with __ Queen-----------Play The Game---
Amen and extra likes.
Morning Jim, And to all.
Well, we made it threw to another week-----------end. hope to stretch this one out as long as possible. and yes, i am sorry for the on call peeps. never seems fair, but it is part of the jobs...i plan on cleaning a ton of vinyl and listening for pops,,,, i had a dream my speakers were humming due to the wrong cart on my phono... scary stuff !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good enough for me sir... will order
1980 / 19? MCA MCAD-1663 JVC-489
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
Means more money to buy records or other gear
As many of you here are major Freddie King fans, you may want to seek out a copy of this month's Vintage Guitar Magazine for an excellent article on Freddie's ES 345.
It contains Leon Russel stories, the use of this guitar today and alot more.
As one of the most iconic sounding electric guitars in history the article can really fill in some blanks in blues and guitar history.
Not to mention Vintage Guitar has more worthwhile new album reviews every month (dozens) than anything currently in print... alot more.
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