Ibanezsam4
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Ibanezsam4

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Ibanezsam4 was last seen:
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    1. TaP
      TaP
      Yo! Thanks for taking the time out to send me a message man. I really appreciate the insight, and the wisdom. I'll keep that in mind, I think for me to really get used to taking those losses, I should start playing outside more. I'm a bedroom warrior and it's nerve wrecking although I look calm from the outside.
      I'll keep going at it man, I can't stop if I wanted to. I just want to get used to being a live player.
    2. gunshow86de
      gunshow86de
      I went with the high-top, leather.
    3. budda
      budda
      Thanks a lot dude, I really appreciate it! Once we all have our passports we'd love to get down to the states! Michigan is pretty close too :yesway:
    4. Deathstate
      Deathstate
      haha word, you can check out our EP here


      so opposite of everything around us listn.to/deathstate
    5. Toe_Cutter
      Toe_Cutter
      I prefer Mile High Skates bearings. They are incredible durable, and if you order the wheels from MHS (Milehighskates.com) you get bearings and spacers for FREE. Best damn deal out there!
    6. Toe_Cutter
      Toe_Cutter
      Very nice, if I may suggest Independent 215's for the trucks. I am told it Indies are the best way to ride an Earthwing. Plus you won't have to worry about wheel bite.
    7. Toe_Cutter
      Toe_Cutter
      That is awesome! Very good choice, what sort of setup did you get with it?
    8. Meatbucket
      Meatbucket
      Bitchin'. I dunno why, but that quote just spoke to me.
    9. vampiregenocide
      vampiregenocide
      Fair, I tend to include post-editing in my fee (though if it is extensive editing charge more) and then add on travel expenses.
      Either contact the venue, promoters, someone at the label or the band themselves. Interviews and whatnot I've got before have either been from talking to he musicians on facebook or whatever, or finding an email of someone who works at their label. You can normally find those on their websites.
    10. vampiregenocide
      vampiregenocide
      Maximise your online presence; get your work up on places like devianart, flickr etc and make networking pages on places like MySpace, Facebook and even Twitter. Myspace and Facebook in particular are good for connecting with bands. Stick some work up there, make sure its as high wuality as possible. Having a reputation helps too, so try and get photopasses for gigs with decent lineups. If people see you've photographed some well known bands they'll take you more seriously. Whats your fee at the moment?
    11. eleven59
      eleven59
      Wow, thanks man :) Glad you like it. We're pretty excited to get our new stuff out there.
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    Birthday:
    April 20
    Location:
    Providence, RI
    Occupation:
    cafe worker
    Primary Seven:
    Ibanez RG7420
    Main Rig:
    Genz Benz El Diablo
    Real Name:
    Sam
    Myspace URL:
    http://www.myspace.com/samuelrow
    Primary ERG:
    Agile Intrepid Pro DC
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Ibanez RG7420
    Other Guitars:
    Ibanez SA420XDR, Ibanez RGA121, Ibanez AEF, Ibanez AWS
    Preamp/Amps:
    Genz Benz El Diablo 100
    Effects & Pedals:
    Dunlop Zakk Wylde wah, many many other pedals
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    Carvin Legacy 2x12
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Tascam 8-track "porta-stud"
    im a middle child

    guitar, film critiquing, cigars, and paintball

    Signature

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sam-Wro-Photography/122806487780403 <--- photo page, click it, and maybe like????
    The horror that was that video made my bowels explode in an inhuman fashion that scared me, my dog, and the bird in the tree outside my room window-Insackclothandashes