Found this on ebay a few weeks ago, and it took absolutely forever to get here. The guy wanted $450, which seemed cheap already, but I was feeling cheeky so I offered him $250 and he took it. :metal: Best I can tell its a 73ish, Ibanez 2375. Overall it is in pretty nice shape, has the requisite...
Putting another Irongear into one of my guitars.
Since this guitar was previously built for a friend he used his 70s pickups in it.
But I took it back when I needed it to install the Evertune.
And now I have finally put a Steam Hammer into it!
I will add a neck pickup later.
The PAF is a...
They came towards the tail end of the prog scene, and there's a lot of, varied set of influences in here (Yes, Gentle Giant, Queen, Steely Dan, ELP, Beach Boys), but they've got some cool ideas of their own, too.
Sometimes the 80s sometimes get a little too much love, especially from me. Anyone got any favorites? Proto metal, hard rock verging on metal included.
As much as I love Painkiller, this gives it a run for its money in terms of Priest being balls out metal. Saints in Hell is hands down the...
My wife's roller derby team needs an anthem for their intro music and TV spot. They want a hardcore cover of "Brand New Key" by Melanie, a song about roller skates:
This is just a demo of the first minute with no vocals or bass. Still in progress, but sound ok so far?
BrandNewKey2 - -...
That is not Black Sabbath/Deep Purple/Motorhead/Rainbow. Not that those bands aren't great, but everybody knows about them. (except Soop)
Heavier Prog is OK as well.
(not Heavy Metal, but my favorite Yes song)