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  • anyone ever make you want to quit playing?

    saw a band the other day...little kids...so good i wanted to stop altogether and put my whole rig on CL
    great deals with Urinate Forever and stratedge09






    Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


    Ya'll n****s is gay



    Cheers, Lucius.




    the.Orange.congolomorate Thunderverb 50 sucka!
    SG ARMY

  • #2
    Yeah, it happens but they don't have any soul.

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    • #3
      Yeah, it happens but they don't have any soul.

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      • #4
        there is ALWAYS someone with more talent than you.
        Originally Posted by Inspector 71


        I'm only framus in my own mine.









        Originally Posted by riff ie


        black hole complementarity, or, you won't feel a thing
        likewise...









        Originally Posted by christianatl


        I plan on riding my ****************sled through the ******************** apocalypse.

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        • #5
          there is ALWAYS someone with more talent than you.
          Originally Posted by Inspector 71


          I'm only framus in my own mine.









          Originally Posted by riff ie


          black hole complementarity, or, you won't feel a thing
          likewise...









          Originally Posted by christianatl


          I plan on riding my ****************sled through the ******************** apocalypse.

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          • #6
            the trick is to talk a big game online. gigs are for the moment; google cache is for a lifetime.
            Benjamin Allison

            Check out my latest album, We Enter the Dark Room, Alone
            http://roestudios.com/

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            • #7
              the trick is to talk a big game online. gigs are for the moment; google cache is for a lifetime.
              Benjamin Allison

              Check out my latest album, We Enter the Dark Room, Alone
              http://roestudios.com/

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              • #8
                Nope. If anything, it inspires me to want to play more. I don't really compare myself to others though, just a hobby for me now anyway, it won't be a career or anything.

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                • #9
                  Nope. If anything, it inspires me to want to play more. I don't really compare myself to others though, just a hobby for me now anyway, it won't be a career or anything.

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                  • #10
                    My wife and kids
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                    • #11
                      My wife and kids
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                      • #12
                        this wasnt talent so much as is was a band of kids (oldest 14, youngest 12. ****************ing 12) that actually got it. noise rock, that sounded original, and they had the gear, the stgae presence....looked like they had been playing for 20 years. these are kids in ****************ing middle school that rock harder than anyone here, with gear that would make anyone here respectful if not jealous. at the end, the kid had rocked his jazzy off of his gangly shoulders, raked the mic across his strings, laid it to the side to feed back, picked his fender combo up over his head and shook it, picked up his pedalboard (laden with dwarfcraft, death by audio, etc.) and did something similar...just the kind of stage destruction that is GOOD, and not green day slamming their instruments down. i was blown away.







                        but their dads were the two closest to the stage. KIND of brought it into perspective
                        great deals with Urinate Forever and stratedge09






                        Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


                        Ya'll n****s is gay



                        Cheers, Lucius.




                        the.Orange.congolomorate Thunderverb 50 sucka!
                        SG ARMY

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                        • #13
                          this wasnt talent so much as is was a band of kids (oldest 14, youngest 12. ****************ing 12) that actually got it. noise rock, that sounded original, and they had the gear, the stgae presence....looked like they had been playing for 20 years. these are kids in ****************ing middle school that rock harder than anyone here, with gear that would make anyone here respectful if not jealous. at the end, the kid had rocked his jazzy off of his gangly shoulders, raked the mic across his strings, laid it to the side to feed back, picked his fender combo up over his head and shook it, picked up his pedalboard (laden with dwarfcraft, death by audio, etc.) and did something similar...just the kind of stage destruction that is GOOD, and not green day slamming their instruments down. i was blown away.







                          but their dads were the two closest to the stage. KIND of brought it into perspective
                          great deals with Urinate Forever and stratedge09






                          Originally Posted by DrakkarTyrannis


                          Ya'll n****s is gay



                          Cheers, Lucius.




                          the.Orange.congolomorate Thunderverb 50 sucka!
                          SG ARMY

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                          • #14






                            Quote Originally Posted by Y0UNGBL00D
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                            this wasnt talent so much as is was a band of kids (oldest 14, youngest 12. ****************ing 12) that actually got it. noise rock, that sounded original, and they had the gear, the stgae presence....looked like they had been playing for 20 years. these are kids in ****************ing middle school that rock harder than anyone here, with gear that would make anyone here respectful if not jealous. at the end, the kid had rocked his jazzy off of his gangly shoulders, raked the mic across his strings, laid it to the side to feed back, picked his fender combo up over his head and shook it, picked up his pedalboard (laden with dwarfcraft, death by audio, etc.) and did something similar...just the kind of stage destruction that is GOOD, and not green day slamming their instruments down. i was blown away.







                            but their dads were the two closest to the stage. KIND of brought it into perspective




                            Their Dads are also the reason they have any of that gear.
                            Good Trades/Deals

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                            FaceBook - Honest Thieves


                            Music
                            Jars of Clay - MuteMath - Foo Fighters - Smashing Pumpkins - Led Zeppelin - Iron & Wine (to relax by)

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                            • #15






                              Quote Originally Posted by Y0UNGBL00D
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                              this wasnt talent so much as is was a band of kids (oldest 14, youngest 12. ****************ing 12) that actually got it. noise rock, that sounded original, and they had the gear, the stgae presence....looked like they had been playing for 20 years. these are kids in ****************ing middle school that rock harder than anyone here, with gear that would make anyone here respectful if not jealous. at the end, the kid had rocked his jazzy off of his gangly shoulders, raked the mic across his strings, laid it to the side to feed back, picked his fender combo up over his head and shook it, picked up his pedalboard (laden with dwarfcraft, death by audio, etc.) and did something similar...just the kind of stage destruction that is GOOD, and not green day slamming their instruments down. i was blown away.







                              but their dads were the two closest to the stage. KIND of brought it into perspective




                              Their Dads are also the reason they have any of that gear.
                              Good Trades/Deals

                              ReverbNation - Honest Thieves
                              FaceBook - Honest Thieves


                              Music
                              Jars of Clay - MuteMath - Foo Fighters - Smashing Pumpkins - Led Zeppelin - Iron & Wine (to relax by)

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