I want a new Strat, regardless of the fact I don't need a new one. It's no been 4 months since I've really played the Les Paul, I cannot get the same satisfaction out of that guitar that I can a Strat.
Tried playing it again today, meh...The only thing really going for the LP is having that humbucker in the bridge for easy crunch. That's it, but I can get crunch out of a Strat just fine using an overdrive/compressor combo.
Telecaster > Les Paul. I thought the LP could be as useful as a Tele, but it clearly isn't. At least a Tele, you can beat on it continuously and it stays in tune and can handle aggressive playing.
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Classic movie, underrated. The original evil daughter
It's May 4th, so time for a Star Wars marathon! So many great old games to choose from, I don't know where to begin!
Speaking of tragic......this is one of my personal favorite classical pieces but I didn't use it too long for skating since it was TOUGH. I only used it for 4 months and it was near the end before I retired and was trying the highest level in competitions. It's advanced calculus for figure skating music and I had to move and skate so fast with footwork/spins and elements I almost passed out once when I was done.
Starting at :35 is when the music gets tough.
When Britney said "work b***ch" this is what she means for skating to classical music.
Vivaldi kicked so much butt though.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 is a 10 year old game and still plays very well.
I've been into many debates over the years about vinyl vs digital, and this short 3 minute video hits it spot on in the shortest way possible.
I listened to Motley Crue's "Shout At The Devil" album on CD, vinyl, & cassette once & they all sounded completely different even though they were the same arrangements note for note. It's like claiming that a studio recording & a live recording of the same material is identical. It's not.
Shout at the devil!!!!!! Love it.