metaldoggie
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Location:
Manchester, NH
Occupation:
Texture designer for the automotive industry + gen

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metaldoggie

Pro smeghead, from Manchester, NH

metaldoggie was last seen:
Dec 12, 2016
    1. Renkenstein
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      I didn't realize looking up that Ayreon album would provide music for the whole night shift. That's a LONG album full of some of my favorite artists.
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    Location:
    Manchester, NH
    Occupation:
    Texture designer for the automotive industry + gen
    Primary Seven:
    TBD.....on the market
    Main Rig:
    GT PRO/PV 50/50
    Real Name:
    Simon
    Primary ERG:
    Schecter Blackjack C8 ATX
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    none :o(
    Other Guitars:
    JEM7dbk, 2 custom built 6s, 1 p-bass parts that is under construction
    Newly purchased Schecter Blackjack C8 ATX Walnut satin finish.
    Preamp/Amps:
    Boss GT Pro, going through a Peavey classic all tube 50/50 rackmount power amp (UK version running from a step-up transformer from 120V US to 230V UK......not sure if that affects tone negatively or positively......it is what it is.)
    Effects & Pedals:
    Original Dunlop Crybaby and a couple of BOSS pedals I dont really use anymore since the GT Pro....
    I have all 7 of the seven sisters line of effects from Redwitch pedals that I'm looking to flog
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    Home made 2x10 cabinet with Celestion G10s
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    PC
    Misc/Other Gear:
    A little eclectic in my tastes of....everything.
    Displaced Brit, residing in New England

    Guitars/Music. Art/Photography, Writing/Poetry, DIY

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    Advice? Oh yeah I've got advice.Musically I'd say wash your hair every day.
    Because I've noticed that when I'm in the middle of a solo and my hair comes down across the neck and hits a harmonic point.....if it's dirty it will dull it.
    If it's nice and puffy and clean, the note will ring out like a little bird in the springtime.
    - Nigel Tufnel, guitar hero #437