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Part 2
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Part 1 has gotten pretty full, so here's Part 2!    :banana-skipping-rope-smiley-e


Why are so many guitarist jokes one liners?
So the rest of the band can understand them.
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Re: Part 2
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Part 1 has gotten pretty full, so here's Part 2!    :banana-skipping-rope-smiley-e


Why are so many guitarist jokes one liners?
So the rest of the band can understand them.

  I thought that was so drummers could understand it :dunno:
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Re: Part 2
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  I thought that was so drummers could understand it :dunno:

I've seen some pretty stupid Bassists in my day, So I guess they had to expand the joke.  :lol:
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Re: Part 2
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 :lol: great one !
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Speaking of drummers, this guy is in the wrong band...period!

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Speaking of drummers, this guy is in the wrong band...period!



i love that video, he's actually gotten quite popular, doing clinics with other drummers.

Got to give it to him, he's definitely a showman!
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He's a good drummer, I saw him a few years ago at the drummers festival here in Belgium. He and and Portnoy were going beserk on stage. It was real fun to watch those two.
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Re: Part 2
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The current thread about high and low inputs had me thinking......

Wouldn't it just depend on how open minded the groupie is?   :banana-rock: :banana-rock: :banana-rock: :banana-rock:
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Re: Part 2
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Not music related but...

A woman was standing on the edge of a cliff trying to get the nerve to jump off.

A homeless drunk stopped and mumbled, "If you're about to kill yourself, how about a shag before you go?"

This angered the woman and she replied, "Piss off you filthy old bastard!"

As the drunk turned to leave, he said, "No problem, I'll just go and wait at the bottom then!"
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Re: Part 2
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The current thread about high and low inputs had me thinking......

Wouldn't it just depend on how open minded the groupie is?   :banana-rock: :banana-rock: :banana-rock: :banana-rock:

+1 :thumb-up:
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"I really need to turn my amplifier volume down..."
Said no guitarist ever.

"Four strings are three more than what I'll actually use..."
Said no bassist ever.

"I should play to a clicktrack..."
Said no drummer ever.

"This key might be out of my range..."
Said no vocalist ever.

"Your band's name is Bloodfart?  That's great! You guys will really go places....."
Said no promoter ever.
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Re: Part 2
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HA HA That's rich Kim!

    Soundmen are always telling me to turn my amp up though, that's where the Microcab comes in handy. I don't have to mess with my stage volume. I can just send the house a stronger signal.

      Harley 8)
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Re: Part 2
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HA HA That's rich Kim!

    Soundmen are always telling me to turn my amp up though, that's where the Microcab comes in handy. I don't have to mess with my stage volume. I can just send the house a stronger signal.

      Harley 8)

Nothing wrong with being told to turn up!

It's better than the countless guitar players who turn down just to placate the sound guy and then dime it before they hit the stage.
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Hey PS91,

     I don't feel the need to be louder than everyone else, in fact, I like to play off the band. If I'm using my 3-rig setup, it's a pain in the ass trying to raise or lower the levels and get them just right, so that's where the Microcabs really shine.

          Harley 8)
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Re: Part 2
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Seem familiar?
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