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Be there Saturday night... and I hope I get in.
Saw your youtube slide accoustic number,well played.
Must admit Viking, man, I have to like your style!
What was it about ASBOs... you'll wear it with pride?
Where are you based? (Sorry, if it says elsewhere, I don't have a lot of Web time.)
anyway, this is a detached house, I can make much more noise here than a flat or terraced house, would you want to jam? I'm in Notts.
Here is a link to my age on 4shared. You might need to log in to get it to work but its free!!!!
As noted above, I've only been playing a short time (coming up for three years now) and I am no natural - but i really enjoy it. Have a listen and comments welcome
Guitar - G&L Asat classic
Effects and recordings - Boss E-band
The trained ear will know I am a minor pentatonic / blues scale person really - but hey, if its good enough for Clapton it is good enough for me.
Sorry Ophiel I am still tone deaf:)
sometimes i wonder why i bother......
Can't seem to get this to work - even when logged in, will try again later might be a problem from my end
it does work - i just know it can be tempromental.
To quote Paul McCartney when his band with Dave Gilmour on lead, played the Cavern in the not too distant past....
"Ang on! Hang On-Hang-On, Hang-On!"
In other words, I'm sorry about posting the link to that particular forum, I think I've put you on a bum steer. I don't recommend it and I've deleted my mention of it. I don't go in for the sort of bickering and trolling that seems to go on there.
Sorry for delay, i didnt reply sooner as i have been been offline since 1st dec 2010. I'M a wee bit away from Notts HERE IN AYRSHIRE. After visiting wikileaks site the yanks planted a booby virus on my computer and this is me just getting it fixed. I'm in Ayrshire Scotland a wee bit away from Notts, to far to jam... lucky you in that detached house away from the squares...tho sometimes with the din i make maybe notts can hear my wee amp blasting away.Thanks for the offer anyways. Catch u later.. Cheers.
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