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Pinch last won the day on November 29 2018

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  1. I find the GE-7 very useful. And too noisy. I still use it, though. I need all my pedals for our setlist, so I couldn't pick just one. The most fun one is the TC Electronics delay. Highly recommended. You can't run it on batteries though - I thought mine was broken. No, turns out it just drains a 9V battery in a couple hours.
  2. I have to give Lars some credit. "The making of Death Magnetic" was interesting to watch. "Produced by Rick Rubin" me arse. Lars should have gotten that credit. Maybe he did. He's got royalties galore, and he can't play a note. Good work if you can get it.
  3. At the time, there weren't a million bands a minute shoving their music down your throat. Would they get swamped? I dunno. Crap shoot. Music critics would accuse them of ripping off Oasis though. I'd pay a dollar to see that.
  4. I cannot imagine there are any legal issues. Full disclosure when selling, and you should be fine.
  5. I, like Mike, have a 2017 Tribute and it's excellent. I've never played a 2018 Tribute for fear that it's better, which would necessitate me getting drunk and sulking.
  6. Backup 2017 V (new frets). And seeing as that would be pretty cheap for them, some nachos.
  7. Pinch

    Summer

    Playing a date or two in Europe again is what I look forward to the most.
  8. Wow, your OCD is even worse than mine! But I agree that there should be no flaws in a Gibson. They're not cheap. Having said that, CBT did wonders for my Gibson OCD. As in, touring. I went from "isn't this angle 0.00000000000000001 wrong" to "if that fxxker pissed in my bridge pickup again, not only am I gonna sound **** tonight but I'll have to punch his lights out. Again."
  9. I always loosen the strings first. I see no reason not to. Same with adjusting intonation. Well, actually, if I turn the screws clockwise, i.e., lower the bridge, that's less string tension and not more, so then I don't always loosen the strings. I think! I usually set up a bridge to where I want it, and then leave it there, so it's been a while.
  10. Long-time fan. Brilliant and very original guitar player. Hope all goes well.
  11. G’day Cobber my email is gumfarm@gmail.com

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