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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 17 2004 at 16:04

[QUOTE=Jim Garten]Oh - she can scream![/QUOTE]

No, that's just the Missus telling you to "Turn that bloody racket off!", Oh Jimson King.Wink

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2004 at 13:40
Peter, being 16 you have no saying at all in this site, go back to wheel of fortune
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 26 2004 at 15:47

Stern Smile Velvet, Dearest Pumpkin Pie, the "16" does not refer to my age....Evil Smile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angry It's the number of great and difficult works of literature and philosophy that I read per week!Geek

Or was it my shoe size?Confused

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 28 2004 at 11:00

Hmmmmmm  Well Peter you know what they say about men with large feet !!!  

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 03 2004 at 18:17
 It's a frikkin'brilliant idea I hope that we'll have that different section!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 28 2004 at 10:08
Has anybody had any experience with baritone guitars?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 28 2004 at 10:38
Originally posted by Velvetclown Velvetclown wrote:

Hmmmmmm  Well Peter you know what they say about men with large feet !!!  

They wear big shoes.

I always refer to bariton guitar's as bassguitar, but I could be wrong off course Sigod



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 28 2004 at 12:04

Originally posted by sigod sigod wrote:

Has anybody had any experience with baritone guitars?

Just a little- the Danelectro Baritone is about the only one out there I could afford, and I've played it a few times in the store but never took it home. I just don't know if I'd use it enough to make it worthwhile. It's a cool sound, though- great for double-stops especially (or 'diads' for you serious theory types ).

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 29 2004 at 09:46
Originally posted by James Lee James Lee wrote:

Originally posted by sigod sigod wrote:

Has anybody had any experience with baritone guitars?

Just a little- the Danelectro Baritone is about the only one out there I could afford, and I've played it a few times in the store but never took it home. I just don't know if I'd use it enough to make it worthwhile. It's a cool sound, though- great for double-stops especially (or 'diads' for you serious theory types ).

Thanks JL. I've been toying with buying a baritone for ages but trying to find one to try out is proving to be a little harder than I expected. It was a very 'Post Rock' instrument I'm told and fell in and out of fashion in a matter of months. There seem to be a lot of them second hand on eBay in the USA but practically none in the UK. Also, after the Danelectro version, the price tag of a decent baritone guitar leaps dramatically.

 

 



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 29 2004 at 09:58

I got interested in them after hearing The The's "Dusk" album.

They're also great for getting that Peter Hook-style "lead bass" thing, but I guess that's not a very trendy sound these days

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