distressed_romeo
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distressed_romeo

F'king ............, 32, from Melnibone (duh!)

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    1. xXxPriestessxXx
      xXxPriestessxXx
      Good. How are you?
    2. ohio_eric
      ohio_eric
      Secret Invasion has been pretty cool. Though you almost have to read the New and Mighty Avengers to really keep up.
    3. ohio_eric
      ohio_eric
      Yeah J'onn died way too easy. Hell Orion died way too easy. :lol:

      Are you reading Secret Invasion?
    4. ohio_eric
      ohio_eric
      I picked up Final Crisis. Who would have thought the Martian Manhunter was such an easy kill? :lol:
    5. ohio_eric
      ohio_eric
      I'm so out of the loop on DC stuff I'd have to spent a week on wikipedia to figure it all out. :lol:
    6. Drew
      Drew
      Awesome, glad you dug it. :D
    7. kristallin
      kristallin
      Cheers, mate! Funny, I don't feel 36...
    8. Gilbucci
      Gilbucci
      I am doing pretty well, dude. Been playing guitar a lot as usual. What's new with you, bro?
    9. Gilbucci
      Gilbucci
      What's going on, man? I haven't talked to you in a long ass time.
    10. Tymon
      Tymon
      They're pretty much true :)
    11. kristallin
      kristallin
      As do you, mate!
    12. kristallin
      kristallin
      Thanks for the rep, All About Eve FTW!
    13. ohio_eric
      ohio_eric
      It's the user title that's nerdtastic...:lol:
    14. ohio_eric
      ohio_eric
      Hey DR. Please say I'm not the only one who gets my new avatar and user title.
    15. halsinden
      halsinden
      yeah, it's an odd one man. i think also what might have come about is the gradual movements and settling in that the truss work might've caused. i've got nathanael [dam] coming round tomorrow to work on tunes, i've bought some new strings just in case so we'll see if he & i have to re-string if we work in A at all, if not i'll use the les paul.

      all good though mate, i really appreciated the last minute set-up for when i needed it. thanks man.

      H
    16. halsinden
      halsinden
      sort of man, mostly so! unfortunately i've found some dead areas higher up. that said though, i do need to put it back down in D now, so we'll see how things go. i wound up not doing the gig anyway

      H
    17. techjsteele
      techjsteele
      Nope, not yet! (Mainly because I probably couldn't do a 5-string sweep on any guitar :lol: )
    18. Michael
      Michael
      Hey, you're green now too! Nice work. :metal:
    19. Popsyche
      Popsyche
      \m/ :pops:
    20. Leec
      Leec
      Thanks for checking the stuff out. It's all very old material. I need to post up our demo online, 'cause a new demo's being recorded right now.
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    Birthday:
    Oct 24, 1985 (Age: 32)
    Location:
    Melnibone (duh!)
    Occupation:
    Would you want career advice from someone who has
    Primary Seven:
    C7 Hellraiser
    Main Rig:
    POD v2.0
    Real Name:
    I have many...
    Band:
    You never know, it could happen...
    Myspace URL:
    I don't use myspace on principle. So there.
    Primary ERG:
    Yamaha RGXD6 baritone
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Schecter C7 Hellraiser, LTD M207 (with Blaze II and Blaze Custom)
    Other Guitars:
    Gibson Les Paul, Dean Sarasota, Jackson PS2 (with X2N), Yamaha RGXD6, Peavey five-string, Aria acoustic fretless, homemade fretless six-string, Yamaha steel-string, Tacoma 12 string, Seneca classical, Hohner headless.
    Preamp/Amps:
    Crate GFX30, POD v2.0
    Effects & Pedals:
    Digitech Whammy pedal. Boss DS1, BF2, PH2, DD3 and LS2. Marshall Chorus pedal. Ernie Ball volume pedal.
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    BOSS Br532 and Dr Rhythm drum machine.
    Misc/Other Gear:
    E-bow. Dunlop and Shubb capos and half-capos. Dunlop Jazz III and 0.73 Tortex picks. Dunlop chrome slide. Antique mandolin. D'Addario or Ernie Ball strings in various gauges on the electrics. Elixirs for acoustics. Korg digital tuner.
    I'm DR and you're not.

    Things that have more strings than they should.

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