Post by lessonsthatrock on Dec 27, 2011 2:50:09 GMT -5
I think in general multi-effects units are toys, occasionally they are recording devices, and rarely are they live devices for tone. In that respect, you get what you pay for, so if you're looking for quality tone, and ease of use, your best bet is one of the higher end modelers or multi-FX units - IMHO.
Post by lessonsthatrock on Apr 1, 2011 10:48:06 GMT -5
Hmmm. Now if I could oly find something that rhymes with orange.....
In all honesty, I just discovered about 2 days ago that your accent actually affects what words rhyme. Thus, if 2 people speak English, but if they have vastly different accents, they might put different words together that most of us would think never rhyme. I learned that by listening to Die Antwoord.
Post by lessonsthatrock on Mar 14, 2011 11:14:05 GMT -5
It sounds like a great idea, but $100 for a guitar string bracelet? Really? And add a clasp for $75? It just seems way out of price range for the majority of people. And the people who can afford it, why buy the bracelet as it's not that amazing looking. Why not just donate? Seems like the idea needs some refinement.
Post by lessonsthatrock on Feb 24, 2011 10:57:33 GMT -5
Whether I want to improve on drums, guitar, or keyboard, or start learning a new instrument like the violin, harmonica, or accordion. I'm not kidding about the squeezebox either. It seems like a challenge, and as "metal" as I am, I thoroughly enjoy challenges.