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Evening tunes!

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Evening tunes!

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My turn.

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Only way to settle this is for me to buy even more Led Zeppelin albums. Last time I counted I think I had 20 albums by them.

Right. And, how many do you actually listen to? I've retired the 90's remaster as being suck ass. I've got 15 discs by my count including multi disc concert stuff.

 

Right now listening to the concert bonus disc in the remastered Zep I. Wife's out of the house...I'm free to blast full volume on every speaker I own :veryevil:

 

If I could go back in time, to say 69, Led Zeppelin would be the band I would most like to travel back in time to see.

 

Then, it would be Ozzy era Sabbath up through Masters of Reality.

 

But, then I have to factor in The Who and the Doors.....nevermind-which reminds me of Nirvana who I never so or Soundgarden. Come to think of it, I've never seen Montorhead.

 

I better stop. But, yeah-I've always wished I could have seen Zep in their prime.

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And for my 100th post..............

 

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And for my 100th post..............

 


Sweet! I'm a big fan of Celebration Day. They really nailed for a bunch of guys in their 60's. How many people can claim to have changed the history of music.

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Sweet! I'm a big fan of Celebration Day. They really nailed for a bunch of guys in their 60's. How many people can claim to have changed the history of music.

Right on my fellow Grado member.  I hear references to Zeppelin in most of the modern rock I listen to.


Edited by Oracle - 6/28/14 at 7:22pm
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Right now listening to the concert bonus disc in the remastered Zep I. Wife's out of the house...I'm free to blast full volume on every speaker I own :veryevil:

 

If I could go back in time, to say 69, Led Zeppelin would be the band I would most like to travel back in time to see.

 

Then, it would be Ozzy era Sabbath up through Masters of Reality.

 

But, then I have to factor in The Who and the Doors.....nevermind-which reminds me of Nirvana who I never so or Soundgarden. Come to think of it, I've never seen Montorhead.

 

I better stop. But, yeah-I've always wished I could have seen Zep in their prime.


Tarrant County Convention Center in Ft. Worth, Tx.

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The only Led Zep I don't listen to much is the BBC album(s). It is kind of interesting to go see how some of their music evolved before it was actually released though.

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Good night my fellow Grado fans, I'd like to think Kurt would have appreciated the reproduction of sound through Grado.

 

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and wakie , wakie gradoheads !!

i had never heard of little feat until college , and a buddy had this album, its been a favorite ever since

 

 

 

some "good "ol sunday mornin' " tunes

 

 


Edited by jaywillin - 6/29/14 at 6:47am
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I appreciate the fact that he is playing an SG, not too many top blues guitarists playing those and it is a magnificent guitar.

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I appreciate the fact that he is playing an SG, not too many top blues guitarists playing those and it is a magnificent guitar.
IMO the SG has always been a super "playable" guitar. The SG has a very biting and treble heavy tone that cuts through and rides above just about any other rock instrument save the Fender Telecaster. Plus they're light, comfortable, and equipped with three double humbucking pick-ups extremely deadly. Which makes me ask myself the question who is the most famous SG wielding rock guitarist of all time?
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IMO the SG has always been a super "playable" guitar. The SG has a very biting and treble heavy tone that cuts through and rides above just about any other rock instrument save the Fender Telecaster. Plus they're light, comfortable, and equipped with three double humbucking pick-ups extremely deadly. Which makes me ask myself the question who is the most famous SG wielding rock guitarist of all time?

 

Probably Clapton or Angus Young, but there are many others, even Hendrix played an SG sometimes.

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The SG is definitely most associated with Angus and Iommi. I typically prefer the SG than a Les Paul but I'm a bass player and selfish that way. Throw in P90 pickups and the SG will rarely get in my way or the drummer's way for that matter. A les paul with humbuckers can s*** all over a mix very easily in the wrong hands...
Edited by bassboysam - 6/29/14 at 4:11pm
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