#1
just wondering because there is a pretty high chance that i'll be jamming in a band featuring a guitarist from cannibal corpse and it just seems so...unreal.
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esp/ltd mh-50
peavey 6505+ 112 combo
tc electronic polytune
way huge green rhino
mxr micro flange
mxr smart gate
dunlop crybaby
#2
I've been onstage (and backstage) with Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz etc.) and members of The Clash (Mick Jones and Paul Simonon).



EDIT: Pretty important edit. Just read that back and it implied I did a gig with them!

Not so, we went on to the stage and played the instruments after the gig had finished.
#3
Ya Jimmy Page the other day, made him look like a complete noob, he even tried to make me teach him new scales and how to play cleanly.
#4
I jammed with Wurzel from Motorhead once, I won't ever forget that experience. Great guy, stayed friends afterwards, just a shame he's no longer with us.
#5
Only with myself.
And someone who became famous years after I played with him. He now does a whaleload of drugs and weighs about 40 pounds (y)
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#6
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#7
I used to be in a band with Paddy (Dominic Brunt) from the UK soap opera 'Emmerdale'.

I've also jammed with the drummer from Johnny Kid & The Pirates and we did one of my all time Pirates favourites, 'Shakin' All Over'.
#8
Depends how you define 'famous'.

I've played with Rob Chappers a couple of times, he may not be a huge star but he's become pretty well known on the internet.

I also had my first ever lessons with a guy called Shaun Kirkpatrick, who played guitar in a band called Bronz who were one hit wonders in the 80s.
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#9
I once had breakfast with John Frusciante, but neither of us had toast.
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#10
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I also had my first ever lessons with a guy called Shaun Kirkpatrick, who played guitar in a band called Bronz who were one hit wonders in the 80s.


I remember them, weren't they actualy signed to 'Bronze' Records who also had Motorhead in their stable at the time?
#11
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I once had breakfast with John Frusciante, but neither of us had toast.


What????
#14
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I once had breakfast with John Frusciante, but neither of us had toast.


Are you ****ing serious?!!!
Damn it... How was it? I bet it was awesome!!!!
#15
Quote by GaryBillington
Depends how you define 'famous'.

I've played with Rob Chappers a couple of times, he may not be a huge star but he's become pretty well known on the internet.

I also had my first ever lessons with a guy called Shaun Kirkpatrick, who played guitar in a band called Bronz who were one hit wonders in the 80s.


Jamming with the monkeylord would pretty awesome actually
#16
Been jamming with a guitarist in a band that's only really big in Finland (Sturm und Drang), and also the drummer (and sometimes singer/other guitarist) is hanging out in our gang sometimes when we go out partying, kinda friend of a friend..
Don't really know if they count as famous though..
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#17
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I remember them, weren't they actualy signed to 'Bronze' Records who also had Motorhead in their stable at the time?

Not sure about Motorhead, but I just checked on wiki and they were signed to Bronze records - good memory sir!!

Also, apparently they're back together:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bronz
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My SoundCloud
#18
yeah LOADS, just the other week me, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme had a quick 5 min sesh. They're pretty fun people actually.


not really, no
#19
I was in a band with Rob "Whacko" Hunter From Raven
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#20
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Are you ****ing serious?!!!
Damn it... How was it? I bet it was awesome!!!!


Obvious joke is obviously missed...
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#21
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I once had breakfast with John Frusciante, but neither of us had toast.

i can tell the toast part is some kinda joke, elaborate?
#23
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yeah LOADS, just the other week me, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme had a quick 5 min sesh. They're pretty fun people actually.


not really, no


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#26
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...look at the thread title then this comment. Jam & toast.

Wow thats a bad joke. Especially because it say ever jam, not ever eat jam
#27
Half the posts are about my joke.
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#29
I played backing music for Russell Howard once. That was surreal.
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#31
A few times actually.

Played with Frank Turner, a brief blues jam with Kerry King, bassist from Paramore and a little bit of acoustic and a lesson from the guys in All Time Low. I work in a nightclub which gets quite a lot of aftershow party's. Normally big names dont show up, but we sometimes get the odd member or a support band.

I've also drank with the guys from Funeral For a Friend and the entire band of Escape the Fate asked my gf at the time to give them blowjobs. Then one of them pissed in the door.
#32
Definitely not A-list famous, but Rob Marcello and I are friends, and we've jammed several times. Same with Kevin Oliver, who used to play for George Clinton/Parliament Funkadelic.

I got to record with Rick May, who used to be the drummer for DC Talk.

One of my teachers from music school (Emanuel Kiriakou) is a big-time producer now. We jammed quite a bit.
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#34
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I remember them, weren't they actualy signed to 'Bronze' Records who also had Motorhead in their stable at the time?

Eddie Trunk, is that you?
#36
The closest I've come is jamming with my cousin's friend, who played guitar in all kinds of bands in the New England shitcore scene, and now runs a studio that specializes in that kind of music. If anyone has ever heard of Mummified In Circuitry (they're pretty big in MA and NH), he recorded their new album.

So basically, no.
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#38
I once jammed with a man who jammed with the Allman Brothers. So, by association, I have jammed with the Allman Bros.


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