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Oct 1, 1990 (Age: 27)
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A Chap Called Ross, 27, from Hertfordshire, England

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    1. Sofos
      1 more post till 10k for u :D
    2. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      That thread brought the lulz for a good 10 pages man, kept me from doing a lot of real life stuff I needed to do!
    3. WickedSymphony
    4. Asrial
      I'm subscribed to JX23 on youtube, which is a dude doing lets plays. He does some minecraft, and in one of his videos, he linked to the texture pack.
      But I found the direct link to the pack; Misa's 64x64 Realistic (Updated 16JAN) New Animated Portals! - Minecraft Forums
      You might need to install a texture pack reader, if you are unfamiliar with texture patching. :)
      I have to mention it; the new textures (birch wood, ink sacs, wool) does not work so far, at least not on my computer.
    5. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      I'll PM you the final price once discount is factored in, along with shipping and all that, as I made a deal with Ola so that he'd take it to NAMM (it was his only completed 7 at the time, I believe). Anyway, the base price for that axe should be approximately 2500 euro, fancy woodage included.
    6. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Session musician, mate. I was in Ethereal before, now I have other bands rolling but it's mainly being visible due to my many gigs. :)

      And no, no Bareknuckles endorsement (not that I'd mind that, evidently - I'm a sucker for Nailbombs :D ). No fair to shoot every conceivable British brand as well. :P
    7. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Not too hard to guess, yet you must be patient, young grasshopper! :P
    8. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Sorting stuff regarding my new endorsement and to discuss some business with Chappers, apparently. :) Not that I don't visit the UK often because I like it, but it does have a purpose this time. :P
    9. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Too bad you're far from London (if my shit UK geography isn't failing me), otherwise we'd be discussing this over a few pints when I'm around in February. :) Fingers crossed for you, mate! :)
    10. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Microtonal? Are you joining something along the lines of M.A.N. or a different thing altogether?
    11. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Sure thing, man. :)
    12. Xiphos68
      Didn't mean to put 69.
    13. thesimo
      haha :) Moneys are required :)

      nobodys buying it anyway so if its not gone in like 2 days ill just keep it :)
    14. Ibanezsam4
      bare minimum is $30 for 25 photos which i crop and at the very most convert to black and white. the price varies from there depending on how much additional work they want done.
      how do you go about getting photopasses? do you work with promoters for that?
    15. Ibanezsam4
      hey man i have a question for you. i've been trying to start my own band photography business and did a few freebie gigs to get my portfolio started, but after i ended the free gigs i can't to get any interest in my work or services. i started handing out business cards i dont know how far that's gonna take me. any advice on getting more interest in what im offering?
    16. MaxOfMetal
      Save up, buy once. All those smaller "stepping stone" and "plan B" purchases wind up costing more cash in the long run and you never really wind up getting what you truly wanted to begin with.
    17. MaxOfMetal
      As far as quality goes, the RGA8s I've played have been around the the quality point of a lot of the X-Series guitars, such as the Xiphos, Iceman, and Destroyer models currently in production. So, better than a 3xx or 4xx series guitar, but not quite as good as an entry level Prestige. Though, they are "lower end" so there will be duds on one hand and really nice ones on the other. I haven't really heard of too bad of one yet.

      As for the bridge, the reports of the adjustment screw popping out here, Ibby Forum, and Jemsite has really become a rarity. I have a feeling Ibanez did one of their signature "quiet fixes" and either anchored the bushing deeper, or decided to glue it in. I haven't gotten my hands on a very recent RGA8 to confirm though.

      Honestly though, unless you're absolutely dead set on Mahogany, the arched top, or replacing the pickups from the get-go, I'd pick up a used RG2228.
    18. GATA4
      Dude, the world ends NEXT YEAR. We don't have a decade!!!!
    19. GATA4
      GATA4 kidding. I do find it funny how a lot of people use it as some type of "mark" to begin their new adventures or habits. If you want to do it, just do it! Haha. But at the same time...who cares...some people need time to get in the mindset. I'm just in fucking awe that it's already 2011...what in the unholy shit.
    20. Encephalon5
      Hahaha. I understand that completely, man.
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    Oct 1, 1990 (Age: 27)
    Home Page:
    Hertfordshire, England
    Freelance Photographer
    Primary Seven:
    Modded RG7321
    Main Rig:
    Marshall AVT100
    Real Name:
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    Primary ERG:
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Modded Ibanez RG7321 w/ Bareknuckle Painkiller
    Agile Texan 7
    Other Guitars:
    - Ibanez RG2228
    - Burns Double Six electric 12 string
    - Colombus Mustang copy
    - Lag 200BCE Summer acoustic
    - Marshall AVT100
    - Roland Cube 15 practice amp
    Effects & Pedals:
    - Line 6 POD X3 Live
    - Dan Electro Talk Back reverse delay
    - BOSS TU2 tuner
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    - POD X3 Live
    - EZ Drummer DKFH
    - Cubase LE
    Misc/Other Gear:
    - Sperzel Trim-Lok tuners
    - Elixir Nanoweb strings
    - TGI straps
    - Dunlop strap locks
    - Dunlop Tortex Sharp 1.0mm picks
    Hi names Ross. I'm complicated.

    I love photography and I play guitar when I can.