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Aug 5, 1989 (Age: 29)
San Diego CA
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SS.org Regular, 29, from San Diego CA

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    1. s2k9k
      haha thanks
    2. ElRay
      Do you know the band that did that "Alien Angel" video you posted to Nick's fingerpicking thread?

      EDIT: Tracked it down: "3" Should have caught it in the video, but didn't realize that the big "3" at the bigining was the band's logo.
    3. jymellis
      keepin the lancer for now :(
    4. Prydogga
      Happy 21st :D
    5. RenegadeDave
      That's what I figured it was. Just figured this place would be decidedly anti-greek, more shocked nobody has given you crap for it. I was in one too just not many of them around besides "Big Phi" who is in the musician fraternity.
    6. RenegadeDave
      I noticed your sig now bears TKE, did you join a greek letter society?
    7. Sang-Drax
      I couldn't live without a neck pickup myself either =D
    8. Sang-Drax
      Aaah you're the guy with the double pickup COW7 :yesway:
    9. Sang-Drax
      If you do drop by, send me and Leandro a message and we'll have a ss.org get-together Brazil edition! :cheers:
    10. vhmetalx
      nice COW mod man! it looks killer with that neck pickup.
    11. twiztedchild
      I've noticed that :lol: I wish they would bring back the rr7 and bring a Kelly 7 into the mix though.
    12. Concr3t3
      Damn! I just now saw this. We just played Brick By Brick this past Saturday. It was a fun show for sure. I'll hit you up for the next one.
    13. Concr3t3
      Yeah, I play in a band called Under The Stone. Nothing fancy, just good tunes and good times.
    14. Concr3t3
      I'm in San Diego too. Are you in a band out here?
    15. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      hey man, that's awesome that you and your guitar teacher like Traces :yesway:

      we're currently doing what we can to get the album rolling along, it's about 95% written at the moment and we're looking to record some pro sounding demos to keep people in the loop so hopefully early in the new year.

      expect springtime :cheers:
    16. -Nolly-
      Hah, you're not the first person to say that. I didn't even notice the resemblance till people started saying so.
    17. HighGain510
      I feel ya man, I've been getting it since I was 18 so I too get tired of it. :lol: I've been working since I was 12 (granted, back then I was making like $15 for 5 hours of work, but working nonetheless) so I have a pretty strong work ethic and I'd like to think it made me a better person as I appreciate all the neat stuff I have to play around with. :lol: I just get tired of the whole argument and it gets posted WAY too often around here, really not necessary and the outcome is always the same.... people get mad and a lot of times IGNORE their previous posting history which makes them look like an idiot. :shrug: I just shrug it off, but the argument itself is both funny and annoying at the same time! :rofl:

      Work hard, study in school, get a good job, get nice gear, enjoy life. Pretty simple concept eh? :wub:
    18. HighGain510
      Cheers home skillet! :wub:
    19. Sebastian
      Hey man.. posted all of Dino's FF albums - covers on youtube if you would like to check them out :lol:
    20. Sebastian
      Thanks man ! haha gotta Represent the FF crew :lol:
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    Aug 5, 1989 (Age: 29)
    San Diego CA
    I audit your numbers.
    Primary Seven:
    COW7 with neck pickup
    Main Rig:
    POD HD500x Alto TS12
    Real Name:
    Primary ERG:
    Metal-as-fuck acoustic
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Custom (not JCS) Jackson COW7 with SD Blackout neck and bridge
    Other Guitars:
    Seagull S6, Jackson Fusion HH mahogany, LTD MV300
    Mesa DC-5
    Effects & Pedals:
    Boss ME50
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    Mesa 1X12
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Shitty laptop mic for drunk acoustic sessions
    Misc/Other Gear:
    Interesting stuff


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