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Dinesh D’Souza, Diamond and Silk, discussing the election, leftists in the democrap party and Trump.

Recently recorded something more in the ambient or techno style.

Got a nice new pedal and trying to get it adjusted correctly.  It’s by TC Electronics–called MIMIQ.  I doubles your input to sound like up to three guitars simultaneously. I kick it in the lead guitar parts…it has a doubling effect…the way I have it set.  Listen closely to hear as the original Boston song (Peace of Mind) from their first album to sound like two guitars playing in dual.  Pretty neat pedal!

This one uses a new Roland drum module, the TD-12. The guitar is a Yamaha SFX II. These guitars were built in Japan in the 80’s.  Very nice guitars.

Enjoy!

Just came up with this one trying out my new Novation Ultranova synth for a more “modern” back beat with a classic IN YOUR FACE guitar!

I really had one of my guitars SCREAMING on this one!  Thank God for headphones!

From “Ted Nugent” Double Live Gonzo.

Put Ted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and stop the political PC bullshit!

Yeah!

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For guitar players and those who appreciate great electric guitar playing: Ted Nugent wang dang sweet poontang live from Double Live Gonzo!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7yS8YS_lW8

My dad used to watch Hee Haw (anybody remember this show? http://www.heehaw.com/)  when I was younger, and I always enjoyed watching Roy Clark play because he made very difficult guitar playing techniques appear to be extremely easy to play. 

 Most of all, from my point of view as a child, Roy always added an element of “goofiness” that made it entertaining and fun to watch.

 Roy Clark was (and still is) an excellent musician and guitar player for his time and generation.  He was from a time when music and entertainment in general was not driven by filth and vulgar behavior as it is today.  He was born in 1933, so he’s how old?  You do the math!
 

 

I’m currently working on many projects and have completed too many to have time to post the details up here.  I’ll TRY to find time to post those in the PROJECTS section soon. I’ve completed a G&L L-1000 bass that came out beautifully. Another completed project was a 1970s Gibson L6, black. And I’ve currently got another Gibson L6, tobacco sunburst that I’m restoring near to original with an original circuit found on Ebay. I like the custom model with the six way rotary switch designed by Bill Lawrence(http://www.billlawrenceusa.com) , although it seems that I’m in the minority with that liking. I just don’t understand why some “ruin” these fine instruments by trying to turn them into Gibson Les Pauls. I just don’t get it.  

And I’m also working on a really nice 1978 Ibanez AR-2618. It’s a nice guitar but someone really messed it up. They removed the original hardware and used rubber cement to glue in the posts for a different bridge and stop bar tailpiece.  Rubber cement?  Come on! The binding had some type of chemical reaction to something is appears.  It literally crumbled into pieces. I’ve removed it, and all I’m waiting for the binding material from www.stewmac.com to arrive.

I also renewed distribution of my Urban Connection CD on many services as follows:

MySpace Music
Google Play
simfy
Deezer
Muve Music
Rdio
Wimp
Sony Music Unlimited
Gracenote
amazon

caio!

 

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