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I am a C# developer and web designer.

I play guitar in Lynchburg (The band, not the city).

I have an unhealthly love of the Telecaster.

I'm a tech-nerd.

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Dec
28
answered What distinguishes Rock-n-roll from Rhythm-n-Blues?
Dec
28
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
27
revised guitar cabinet: why not just use a PA speaker cabinet?
Single block of text was a chore to read, +1 for the content though :)
Dec
27
suggested suggested edit on guitar cabinet: why not just use a PA speaker cabinet?
Dec
27
awarded  Commentator
Dec
27
comment Effect of nickel cover on Telecaster bridge pickup?
I forgot about the old "ashtray" cover :)
Dec
27
accepted Effect of nickel cover on Telecaster bridge pickup?
Dec
24
answered Power chord: Can the lower fifth be used?
Dec
24
comment Power chord: Can the lower fifth be used?
E:3, A:3, D:5, G:5, is my favourite way to play this power chord :)
Dec
24
comment Power chord: Can the lower fifth be used?
It's not a forth if the root is (using the original posted example) considered the C. Isn't G the fifth of C regardless of where they are played?? Every chord can be called multiple names depending on the usage. Like most things in music, context is key.
Dec
24
comment Power chord: Can the lower fifth be used?
It's not a forth if the root is (using the original posted example) considered the C. Isn't G the fifth of C regardless of where they are played?? Every chord can be called multiple names depending on the usage. Like most things in music, context is key.
Dec
21
awarded  Editor
Dec
21
revised Effect of nickel cover on Telecaster bridge pickup?
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Dec
21
comment What pickups should I install on my telecaster?
Also, Bareknuckle pickups are quality.
Dec
21
asked Effect of nickel cover on Telecaster bridge pickup?
Dec
21
comment Hot guitar pickup
@Jduv, It is all about balance. I disagree that a high fidelity tone is necessarily more modern, but I don't think high output or high fidelity is the one defining characteristic of modern. But high output is a modern trend, read the description of these humbuckers from BareKnuckle. Their vintage range is "clear and smooth", vintage hot is "clear with extra output", and contemporary range uses terms like "For players looking for even more output", "masses of power", "stacks of output" bareknucklepickups.co.uk/main/…
Nov
27
comment What instrument is inexpensive and can be self-taught?
Why has this answer been down voted? I see nothing wrong with it (except the grammar).
Sep
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
Feb
15
awarded  Nice Question