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33 years old
January 17, 1984
Male Male
Gibson!!!, Jazz, Bluegrass, Rock, Blues, Grunge, Classical, Folk, Metal, Country, etc...

Favourite musicians; Mahavishnu Orchestra, Trampled By Turtles, Joe Pass, Arvo Part, Dmitri Shostakovich, Neil Young, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Tal Farlow, King Crimson and a bunch of many others...

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  1. Local jam or open mic nights

    Yesterday, 12:16 PM

    Thought this might be an interesting topic for you guys all to post live clips of yourself playing at jam night type things. There is one that I go to from time to time and it's quite fun. One of my friends took this video of me near to the end of us playing All Along the Watchtower a few weeks back (you have to go to Instagram to play the video). The Telecaster I'm playing belongs to one of the guys in the house band and it was really nice - I think it was a '52 reissue.

  2. Funkadelic 'Maggot Brain'

    29 August 2017 - 12:04 AM

    A friend of mine sent me a link to this the other day. I'd heard of Funkadelic, but I'd never heard this tune before. I was more than impressed with the guitar sounds/ tones.

    From 1971. The guitar sounds huge [thumbup]

  3. Paul Mirfin Band live in Cornwall

    27 August 2017 - 11:56 PM

    I've been playing with a folk-country-rock band this year that have been doing pretty well. We played a big festival in Cornwall a few weeks ago and it was filmed for GodTv (haha!). I'm not a Christian, but the main guy Paul is and I like his songs so thought I'd join the band back in March. Well, I think we played fairly good except for a few shaky parts which you'll probably hear. There was between 1000-1500 people watching us on the main stage and then all the TV audience so was quite nervous. I used a Gibson SG Original which I picked up second hand earlier this year.

    Anyway, here is the video...hope you all enjoy it. That's me in the hat with the SG!

  4. Me and a few of my Gibson's

    16 July 2017 - 01:12 PM

    I joined a band earlier in the year and they wanted me to write an article on some of my guitars for their newsletter. I decided to write about the 3 in the picture (the one you can't fully see is a '57 Reissue LP Custom). Anyway, this is the shot they are going to use for the article.

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  5. Any Godin fans on the forum?

    14 January 2017 - 10:44 AM

    Any of you guys tried a Godin? This year I've made a pledge to myself that I will not buy any guitars for at least a year, but towards the end of last year I picked up one of the 5th Avenue Kingpin's. What an excellent guitar it is (and made in Canada, which is a bonus too). Compared to a couple of my lower end archtops it really seems in a different league in terms of tone and I would go as far to say it's comparable to some of my higher end Gibson archtops with it's flawless action, fit and finish. Super lightweight for an archtop too!

    I checked out some of their other models and they look very appealing as well, like the Montreal and solid body Summit series (see links).

    5th Ave




    Summit (these look great IMO)



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