Certain genres like R&B dictate that you port the reso head so you get a short, punchy note. If you're playing jazz, you want the opposite, a long note with the heads tensioned higher. It's important to have the right tool for the job. You wouldn't join an Eagles tribute band and have a...
I didn't understand what I was watching. Some girl was singing and dancing, then all of a sudden some guy in a silver helmet appeared and started uttering gibberish. At that point, I went outside and smoked a doob.
Nobody bought that snare while they were awaiting your payment. They either sold it before hand and never updated their listing, or they didn't want to sell it for the agreed upon price. They are liars. Name names so nobody else has to deal with their foolishness.
I will only go out and see original bands nowadays, and even then, if they start playing too loudly, I'll leave immediately. Cover bands I have no interest in seeing because inevitably their covers will pale versus the records they are covering.
In all the year's I've been doing this, I've come across very few who could match me in terms of talent and ability. So I'm sorry, $100 isn't worth me leaving the couch for anymore, especially doing tired Skynyrd covers.
Total B.S. from the seller. Nobody has more family problems than me, and I still manage to ship out 1-5 items a day. I even dropped several items at the PO on the way to my brothers funeral. If not shipped by the end of the week, they should be exposed here.
Cleveland Powertone in Blue Onyx. Some junkie robbed it. By the time I tracked him down the drum was long gone. I bought two others of the same era-both of which I ended up selling. They were nice but my first one was magic.
I had one of those. Good pedal until it started making a clicking sound, which nothing seemed to alleviate. I was in a bad mood one day and when I heard the click, I smashed it against a cinder block wall. It never made any noise ever again.