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  1. #25


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    When I saw them on the Dr Feelgood tour they killed, even Vince. Then a few years ago I won tickets to see that Circus show and the band was still killing but Vince was done, my buddy is a singer and he was like WTF??? Micks live tone is massive and in spite of his physical problems he was the best part of that band, I guess he always was. The mans a badass.
    Vag Jackson, Man Of Action

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venator View Post
    That. Is. Amazing. I may have to go now.

    How many amps does he run at one time live?
    I'm not sure how many at once but in his rig there was a JCM800, some sort of Rivera, a couple SLO's and a couple of those big old VHT power amps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBot View Post
    I'm not sure how many at once but in his rig there was a JCM800, some sort of Rivera, a couple SLO's and a couple of those big old VHT power amps.
    This obviously means that we'll all have to buy ourselves at the very least a SLO and a JCM800 to find out. For science, and for rock and roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    This obviously means that we'll all have to buy ourselves at the very least a SLO and a JCM800 to find out. For science, and for rock and roll.
    Yeah, for science. that's it!

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    Somewhere in L.A., Gene Simmons is sitting on his fat ass thinking, "the fake contract. Why didn't *I* think of that???"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    Somewhere in L.A., Gene Simmons is sitting on his fat ass thinking, "the fake contract. Why didn't *I* think of that???"
    Those guys should just hire a really top notch tribute band to tour in their place, with the full production & budget behind them. They could literally sit on their asses for a decade while drowning in money, tickets would sell like mad. Because people have awful taste in music and make bad decisions.

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    Motley Crue MkII, live near you!!! Bigger bulge yet less filling

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