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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCoy View Post
    He has cancer, so I assume it's a wig.

    Which is definitely a bit of a buzzkill "well now I feel like a jerk" moment for those of us wanting to call out his well documented decades long history of being an asshole.
    Well, yep, the buzz is definitely killed.
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    The other thing I've learned is that "Shawn Drover" was apparently an "Akai MPC1000 drum machine that was used extensively on tour". Explains a lot, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    The other thing I've learned is that "Shawn Drover" was apparently an "Akai MPC1000 drum machine that was used extensively on tour". Explains a lot, actually.
    He must have forgotten to use the humanize function on the drum machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    The other thing I've learned is that "Shawn Drover" was apparently an "Akai MPC1000 drum machine that was used extensively on tour". Explains a lot, actually.
    Yeah, I was wondering exactly what that was used for too.

    That's like, a rap/hip-hop piece of kit, you can use it for triggering samples, and some metal bands do, but the idea that it would be a "collector's item" to Dave Mustaine enthusiasts is a bit of a stretch.

    That probably has massive appeal to the slim demographic of people who are massive fans of both Dave Mustaine and Dr. Dre though. If your favorite musical groups are Megadeth and Run DMC or something, that's probably a really sick score.

    That would be a wicked collection, if you had Dave Mustaine's hip hop drum machine and Tupac's Kahlered Warlock loaded with Eazy-E's vintage Bill Lawrence L500xl.

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    He looks terrible in that video. I wonder if that is pre or post cancer treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beneharris View Post
    He looks terrible in that video. I wonder if that is pre or post cancer treatment.
    If it's post treatment, I guess poison WASN'T the cure after all

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    I love Megadeth and Dave, but... no Jacksons, no care. Every guitar he has played after Jackson has looked shite.
    Last edited by SteveFireland; 10-31-2019 at 10:51 AM. Reason: typo hell
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    I wouldn’t mind the Peace Sells drumkit but only because of the bass drum graphic head.

    This seems to be on par with any of the other Reverb/artist-X-is-unloading-a-history-of-gear announcements

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