I did a search to see if this was posted on here but couldn't find it. If there is any group who would appreciate this, it's you guys, lol. Really interesting and well researched little overview of the models.
The build up of the last chorus of Children Of The Sea.
RJD killed this live, every time.
Exhibit 1, your honors:
From 05:30 on, peaking at the part from 5:50-06:05.
From 04:50 on, but especcially 05:08 to 5:30 might be the best thing I have ever heard.
This has some hilarious excerpts. If you've ever wanted to read a history of the song "smooth" that heavily implies in a questionably hyperbolic manner that it is the pinnacle of mankind's...
Since I just got one and been going down the rabbit hole, I want to make a video on the history and the difference between each amp. This is what I have so far. Google is actually not that great for this believe it or not. A lot of info on the 5150 and the 5150 II is kinda hard to fine and I...
There was a sick 80s Les Paul deluxe on Reverb last night for a really good price, but the past owner had routed it for a triple bladed humbucker (one of these) in the bridge. Tragedy. What else is out there that never caught on because it was too stupid/unnecessary/whatever
This is awesome. :lol:
A Brief History of Billy Corgan Losing His Goddamn Mind | NOISEY
Oh, and I guess there's a new Pumpkins album out, or coming out, or something like that. For you fans of awful vocalists who can't sing.
So for the sake of my failing memory I've been building up a part of my website that is showing off all my previous guitars and GAS, sharing a bit of history around them. I'm still not done and it will be updated as I have time really. But there is a lot of guitars in there already. It might be...
Anybody else catch this last night on the History Channel?
Vikings - Episodes, Video & Schedule - History.com
Show is a drama. Production values, actors and story are all pretty decent.
Has a good bit of asskicking in it :hungus:
Well worth a watch. (You can see the first 2...
Reagan, Bush tax concessions haunt Republicans as they eye 'fiscal cliff' - NBC Politics
tl;dr - while spending usually increased in dollar terms, in every instance the GOP cites, spending decreased as a percentage of GDP because the economy was growing faster than spending was increasing...