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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Phil47uk, May 9, 2012.
It's actually a canvas tattoo!
Like the way you put that Tommo. Aye.
I'm liking that a lot , Charlie !
the palette is similar to some Atkinson Fox pieces that I've seen __ and the depth is apparent by the detail / saturation towards the foreground , fading into the background
just for fun , look up some of the works done by Fox
and for a color boost __ some of Maxfield Parrish paintings
Thanks, no she doesn't have a store that's why I need to hoard them myself
looking at your list , you have me beat by two . I'll have to catch up
seriously though . at one point I was very happy with one electric , and one acoustic . things have gotten out of control in the last few years ___ and now I have so many , that I worry about neglecting some of them
it may turn into a gifting situation , just to thin the herd of one's that don't get enough attention . but there are still quite a few models that I want . and I need to get some more playing time in
but hopefully I'm solving that problem today
The ideal would be to actually own a guitar shop, to get some credibility for hoarding
I could hire Phil as a angry sales clerk to scare annoying customers away
I have around 20 myself.
I have a decent Alvarez 12 string that gets that Zoso sound perfectly but Indon't play it often enough. My Sunlite 6 string has a broken headstock (argh!) so is currently unplayable. I do play an old Yamaha classical sometimes which I used to do most of my songwriting on.
For the last several years I prefer to synthesis acoustics by, I guess you'd call it additive synthesis.
VG-8 acoustic models+ Guitar (often a Casino or Wildkat) through a Zoom 505 transducer effect then through a Korg AX10a acoustic modeler...then sometimes coupled with, say, a guitar sample or FM synthesis guitar tone. I can get some unique "inside your head" tonez that way. And no micing!
musical accompaniment for the voices
have an important meeting in about an hour . first time my palms are actually sweating in years . . .
I can't handle 60 hours a week anymore __ or at least not at this moment in time . I'm going to try to pass off a project to the next lowest bidder on it . and pray that it works out . 30 hours of my work week would be gone , with only 35 percent of the money lost
my sleep schedule suffered tremendously this last week , and if I keep going at this rate , it will affect many different aspects of my health . not worth the extra money
with Laura being promoted to a manager position at her work , it will be the first time in 20 years , that she'll ( possibly ) be earning more money than me . her Etsy adventures might have to wait until Spring now ( after I fully equipped her work space with a variety of machinery and tools )
never gets boring here
All the best of luck to yi Christopher.
We talking Dollars here?
I second that!
I'd be fine with most people and have already been offered a partnership in a guitar store which I declined.
What I couldn't stick are those hard core condescending know it all's that hang around guitar stores as if it were their local pub. Constantly noodling around in a corner , calling everyone by their first name , never buying anything and if they do expecting a 50% discount on everything and offering advice to every customer that walks through the door...
Out at an academy today...Guitars to the left of me, guitars to the right..
When I get home I don't want to see one for the rest of the day...
One for Sid...
(Tom on drums )
For some mad reason that sentence reminded of this. Don't know why.
Just avoid any ladies who claim to be a time traveller you may meet and who encourage you to have more tattoos or you may up sharing the same fate as Rod Steiger and wandering the universe for eternity.