The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby black udder » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:06 pm

what'shisname wrote:
masterbeato wrote:
i mean shit i bought an amp from Blake that will crush a drummer at level 6 no matter how hard he hits and has awesome tone and i cant get in a band because it looks old and i have a beat up guitar......f'd up stupid retard world we live in.


Are you trying out for boybands or what? Shit. I can't imagine a rock band getting all upity about how your gear looks as long as you can play.


yeah, any player would recognize good tone regardless of the condition it's in.
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby Timko » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:12 pm

chiggins wrote:
what'shisname wrote:
masterbeato wrote:
i mean shit i bought an amp from Blake that will crush a drummer at level 6 no matter how hard he hits and has awesome tone and i cant get in a band because it looks old and i have a beat up guitar......f'd up stupid retard world we live in.


Are you trying out for boybands or what? Shit. I can't imagine a rock band getting all upity about how your gear looks as long as you can play.


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Nice picture there. I'd be interested in how many people under 20 know what this is from.
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby what'shisname » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:15 pm

They're not gonna catch us. We're on a mission from God. 8)
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby Timko » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:22 pm

Five grand? No problem, we'll have it for you in the morning. Let's go, Elwood.
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby AciDBatH666 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 9:20 pm

I'd like 5 whole chickens...
I'd like just some white toast.
Lol. I used to have their poster on my wall.

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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby garublador » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:24 am

Furthur wrote:Nice picture there. I'd be interested in how many people under 20 know what this is from.
It depends on whether or not they read the URL.

I think it's a funny reference for this thread considering they're one of the tightest, most accomplished ensembles put together in pop music in the past 30 years. You'd have to search pretty hard to find a place to use auto-tune or anything like that in their live recordings.
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby masterbeato » Mon Nov 30, 2009 12:41 am

i cannot take a picture of my amp so i got this off of google but it is in the same exact condition as in this picture, maybe a little dust or whatever here and there but it is in almost perfect condition as in this picture:

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it is the biggest combo amp ever.
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby sunspot » Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:44 am

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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby Golf-Distance » Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:52 am

5150's sound pretty damn good. :wink: I know what you're talking about with big/heavy. I normally play a crappy Valve Junior head/1x12 cab to jam with my buds. My 2x12 combo (ampeg vt22) has to weight about 125 pounds, that's a pain in the ass to try to get in my hatchback.
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Re: The Death of Mistakes Means the Death of Rock n Roll

Postby masterbeato » Mon Nov 30, 2009 5:35 pm

Golf-Distance wrote:5150's sound pretty damn good. :wink: I know what you're talking about with big/heavy. I normally play a crappy Valve Junior head/1x12 cab to jam with my buds. My 2x12 combo (ampeg vt22) has to weight about 125 pounds, that's a pain in the ass to try to get in my hatchback.


eek, yeah mine weighs around 90 pounds and band practice is a pain in the ass and tahts just once a week!

it is well worth it for the tone!

yes i am finally in a band now lol
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