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"I wish this song had more strumming parts."
Yeah but once someone gets a 20 kill streak, they can just call in a tactical nuke on themselves to win the tournament.
USA's solution: Have the NRA start sponsoring video game tournaments, and give everyone a gun at the door.
Finally got around to listening to this album, and yeah, definitely my favorite album so far with the "new" vocalist. Really solid.
Imagine being the kind of person that makes someone else's death be all about yourself.
My wife just told me about this; apparently Trump is ordering that no flags shall be flown at half mast for McCain?
If true, that's really,...
That was actually my first impression of the Holcomb neck too, but once I started playing my own stuff through it (80% riffs/20% leads), I...
Wow, I honestly didn't even think of that. The early 2000 Ibbys were my favorite, and I had a Petrucci in 2006-2008. Huh. Had no idea.
Honestly, this has been a contributing factor to me getting away from Ibanez. I was so enamored with the thin necks for so many years that I...
A much wiser and more humble man than most voters cared to believe.
RIP Capt. McCain.
That is fucking fantastic. :lol:
Came for the gear, stayed for the picking chops, came again.
I started to answer this, and then I realized that all my answers were based on a simpler question: "What companies have pissed me off the most in...
I think I ruined it.
Not related to anything in particular, but I just found a new appreciation for Devin's cover of Transdermal Celebration as well as the original....
I love that this thread is still getting serious reactions.
This is the only finish that would make me buy a LP. Looks so damn good (and I don't like Gibson).
Congrats on the NGD!
I used to be "that guy" that would force metal into jukeboxes at bars or at party stereos for hours.
Then I got older.
And I realized that no...
+1 on Tom Morello's abomination.
I remember the first guitar that really got me into guitars was either a V or an Explorer. Can't remember...
I'm not meaning to derail the thread here, but this seemed like a good time to ask: Does anyone know of any production 26" or 26.5" scale baritones?