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Old 05-30-2013, 03:25 AM   #41
Call me EH, eh?
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Originally Posted by Mephaphil
Someone needs to redecorate. Badly.

Originally Posted by dannyalcatraz
Redecorating badly won't solve the issue, they need to redecorate well.

I'm not playing very loudly at all at the moment, seeing as my amp is busted AGAIN

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Old 05-30-2013, 03:51 PM   #42
Call me Billy.
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Depends on if I'm actually in the house or out in my garage.

When I'm in the house, I obviously play a bit quieter. I can get away with my Marshall's volume on 3.5 through a 15" speaker. If I use my Line 6 Spider 3 (which I hate even as a practice amp), I use the headphone jack.

The garage is a whole different story. I plug the the Marshall into a 4x12 cab and I can easily put the volume on 9 or so. I never had anyone ever complain about the volume when I'm in the garage.

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Old 05-30-2013, 03:55 PM   #43
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I don't play very loud at all. You could have a conversation or watch tv over me pretty easy
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Dude i like rap and stuff. Im a furry and I also have a wolf plush with a hole that i use at times.

Only at times, though.

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There are sites called plushdotyiff where people talk about yiffing plushies

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Old 05-30-2013, 04:02 PM   #44
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On jam nights we occasionally play loud enough to be heard over the gasoline power mowers being used on the neighborhood lawns...

So not Cathbard loud, but still significant....
The man who holds to a belief because of tradition, or hides it because he fears he may be shown to be wrong, does not love the truth but manifests a coward’s faithfulness to his prejudices.

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