Nice. The guitar I kept is a Gretsch G5422TG. Walnut stain with all gold hardware and the 'tombstone' inlays on the fretboard. I would like to do the TV Jones upgrade someday. But the stock pickups do quite well. I ditched the round wound strings in favor of some Thomastik flat wound "Jazz"...
If your a Rye guy. Give Templeton a try. It's pretty good stuff. As far as rye goes, I buy quite a bit of it, usually Bulliet, and it makes a better Manhattan than bourbon. If your a Manhattan guy like me, give Whistle Pig Rye a
try too. Heaven. Now how do we further the discussion on the best...
"Hello? Debbie? Yeah, Debbie's here, who's this? Well, Ralph, uh, Debbie can't talk right now, my d*^k's in her mouth. How about if I have her call you back later when I'm done? "
"I love wrong numbers"
I never laughed so hard.
Even harder to find than Buffalo Trace, and just as tasty is Blantons. Blantons has the extra bonus of a cork (with the pewter jockey) that fits into a tom holder to plug the air hole on the kick drum if you play toms off the kick.
Been drinking Bourbon for years. Like a single malt scotch, the all have their distinct tastes.
I just scored another bottle of BT two weeks ago and it's gone as of about 30 minutes ago. The store that I bought it from had 4 bottles only and they had a sign up that said "One Per Customer". I...
Need a sharp as a tack AutoCAD operator willing to learn pool design also in the Mid-Atlantic region. I need a young mentoree to pass on my 35 years of knowledge of aquatic design to. It cant die with me.
Malcolm McDowell - Alex, A Clockwork Orange.
R. Lee Ermey - Gunny SGT Hartman, Full Metal Jacket.
Vincent Donofrio - Gomer Pyle, Full Metal Jacket.
Ray Stevenson - The Punisher.
Vinnie Jones - Big Chris, Lock, Stock & 2 Smoking Barrels.
Humphrey Bogart - Captain Queeq, The Caine Mutiny.
My bad. I thought it was 70's not 1970.
Chicago – Chicago II
Sweet Baby James - James Taylor
Bitches Brew – Miles Davis
Closer to Home – Grand Funk Railroad
John Barleycorn Must Die – Traffic
Eric Clapton – Eric Clapton
Paranoid – Black Sabbath
Led Zeppelin III – Led Zeppelin
The Man Who Sold...
Everything Must Go! I saw them when they were touring that record and aside from the one song that Walter Becker sings on it, they threw it out the window and did every song on Aja, execpt for Home At Last. I guess Keith didnt want to step on Bernard. I also saw them in '92 and they let Becker...