a few years ago i've watched (no idea where, though) a kind of a prank
consisting of a kid approaching random people on the street and saying
"please don't stab me! please don't stab me!"
it could be from a movie or a candid camera show, i really don't know...
here are the only two details i think i remember correctly:
- the character played by FOREST WHITAKER steals a moped.
- the same character, near the end of the movie, is on top of a building.
the cops shoot him from a helicopter, thinking he's gonna reach for a gun
(which he isn't) and he...
character #1 is cleaning up a toilet, or something in the lines of,
and is wearing rubber gloves kinda like these:
character #2 shows up and starts talking about stuff,
and character #1 shushes character #2 like this:
WITH THE DIRTY GLOVES STILL ON!
what's the title of the movie?
#1 - is it normal for the bias to be at a certain value after a 5 min warmup
and 7% or 8% colder after playing the amp for half an hour?
i'm not talking about new tubes. these tubes are broken-in.
#2 - should the adjustment be made after a short warmup period
or after the amp has been played...
why do tuning machines on usa models have a different alignment from the reissue models?
why not use the same alignment? was it "broke" and needed to be "fixed"?
and if so, why not "fix" it for reissues as well?
some people are walking on the desert and they find an old car inside a shed.
at first the car doesn't seem to run, but they manage to fix it.
it had sand in the fuel or a discharged battery or whatever...
kinda like this:
some people are traveling on the desert and...
if you're at a thanksgiving dinner, but you don't like the stuffing or the cranberry sauce or anything else,
just pretend like you're eating it, but instead, put it all in your lap and form it into a big mushy ball.
later, when you're out back having cigars with the boys, let out a big fake...
i'm hoping someone can tell me the title of this movie from the few details i remember:
- it's a fairly well-known mainstream movie released somewhat recently
- it's got some fairly well-known actors in it
- it tells the story of a group of POW and their escape (only one manages to be rescued...
some amps have tube-driven reverb.
if you never use the reverb, does the respective tube ever get worn?
or, in other words, does tube wear occur only when you use the reverb,
or does it occur whenever the amp is switched on?
the other question is about the preamp gain stage:
let's say the first...
...and i've noticed nut width varies from series to series.
squier tele affinity - 40.6mm
squier tele classic vibe - 41.3mm
MIM tele standard - 42.0mm
MIA tele standard - 42.8mm
tele deluxe nashville - 43.0mm
does anyone have any idea what criteria they use to decide
fresh strings on the lp.
i stretch 'em and tune 'em up.
i stretch 'em again and re-tune 'em.
i play an open E5 and let it ring...
i play an open G5 and let it ring...
they both sound...