My self confidence went up tremendously. I didn't even know how to act and I was only about 20 lbs. overweight. I'm 54 and I get random young un's checking me out and smiling all the time. I'm thinking, "do I have a booger on my nose?"
My wife's ortho told her she'd have them on for about 14 month and 90% of the moving would be in the first 6 months, if I remember correctly. It sounds like you had serious issues so tough it out. You'll be glad you did. Good luck.
Was this guy actually banned for this post? If so, wow. A new level of immaturity. You quit?! Well, YOU'RE FIRED! Somebody has ultra-sensitive butt-hurt syndrome.
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My wife just got them at 51. At first it was a snugness, then it turned into serious pain until she got used to it. She still has periodic pain in like a single tooth. She's only had them for a couple months but one of the other things you'll notice is that your teeth might get worse before...
I ended up going with the RP500. Although more complicated than the Boss unit, I'm finding it quite flexible and with some decent tones, however...it did take some experimenting.
First of all, it absolutely sucks going into the front of my THD Flexi. Nothing I could do would make it sound good...
I've decided to simplify my rig. I'm tired of dealing with my full-blown pedal board and am looking at products in the Boss ME-80/Digitech RP500 price range.
I'd like to hear from people with experience with both of these products. Here's my list of priorities:
I have 3 Hardwire pedals I'd like to trade...preferable all 3 in one trade. And I'll throw in a Jekyll & Hyde.
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I also have a Digitech Harmony Man that I can throw into the mix. I can post pics later if necessary. The Hardwire pedals all...
There are a handful of biker bars that we book and can stay busy every weekend. We're not pros; just weekend warriors.
I've seen guys playing guitar along with backing tracks and working gigs. If they get satisfaction out of that, great! That's why musicians play; to do something they enjoy...
This is the first reasonable response I've gotten. I've always felt that way; yes you can have fun but in the end, it needs to be run like a business. I have a day job; They don't let me float by faking it.
It's very possible the ads are not specific enough. That's a good point.
I guess my thinking was, if you give somebody 4 or 5 songs to learn for an audition, they have some kind of clue that they should learn them. Silly me! And I made the assumption that if a guitar player is expected to...
The irony is, I asked what I felt was a perfectly legitimate question; why don't certain musicians hold themselves to any level of accountability and the answers I got were mostly belittling, non-answers. The vast majority were smug comments.
If somebody would please point out specifically...
I'm amazed at some of the responses...I'm guessing we have a lot of chug-a chug-a dwiddly dwiddly wankers here.
If the rest of your band has as low of expectations as you all do, you must be in train wrecks for bands. Do you all play in the same key?