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Show 'em. What inspires you to pick up the axe and play for the joy of it?

One at a time!!! The more times you post, the more shit you can talk

I love watching his hands.

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#6
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Slapsy, lad....ya know what happens to smart arse beeches in Oklahoma!!????
They get elected to the Senate and embezzle public funds on cocaine and hookers?
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Don't go ninjerin nobody don't need ninjerin'
#7
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They get elected to the Senate and embezzle public funds on cocaine and hookers?


You should move to the USA, obviously. When you get to the Senate, remember yer old pal Tobus.
#9
WHAT A
HORRIBLE
NIGHT TO
HAVE A
CURSE.
#11




o()o

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#14
"Yellow Submarine" by the Beatles. I don't know why, I just really liked the rhythm in the song. Can't put the video since the Beatles aren't on YouTube.
#15
slapsymcdougal

I think that could possibly be the most pompous tribute to Spinal Tap I've ever heard in my life.
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#16
Never let it be said TobusRex didn't help a fellow person! Pretty sure that's Xiaoxi on the bass. When I was a little guy this was probably one of my favorite 3 or 4 songs. I grew up in a house filled with The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Moving Sidewalks, Uriah Heep, and Bob Wills, lol. I guess I'm musically spoiled. I'm glad of it.

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#17
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slapsymcdougal

I think that could possibly be the most pompous tribute to Spinal Tap I've ever heard in my life.
It's certainly a tribute to bad poetry.
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#18
whywefight: what kind of music is that? sounds kinda freeform jazzish? kinda like old time 70's soul.
#19
I bought a shitty hollow body ES-335 copy specifically for the purpose of learning this song! Man, that rig was pure garbage, but I was so bad it didn't matter. It was fucking beautiful though. Easy song to learn, and pretty damned badass. I can moan this motherfucker with the best of them, especially when hammered.

#20
"Under the Bridge" was one of the songs that originally inspired me to play guitar. my taste has expanded quite a bit since I first got into Red Hot Chili Peppers, but this song will always be a classic to me!
#21
Quote by TobusRex
whywefight: what kind of music is that? sounds kinda freeform jazzish? kinda like old time 70's soul.

A lot of people say it's a precursor to post rock, but I dont really see it. To me it has more in common with 60s psychedelic/ prog with quite a bit of freeform jazz influence like you said, but I dont know much about it. It came out in the 90s of all decades, even though it sounds like it could've come out anytime really.

Still one of my favorite albums ever tho
#22
It's very cool and interesting, whyweflight, whatever it's called
#23
Quote by PatrickStevens
"Under the Bridge" was one of the songs that originally inspired me to play guitar. my taste has expanded quite a bit since I first got into Red Hot Chili Peppers, but this song will always be a classic to me!


I forgot that one! Had to look it up on youtube. I liked it at the time, and I like it now!
#24
Quote by PatrickStevens
"Under the Bridge" was one of the songs that originally inspired me to play guitar. my taste has expanded quite a bit since I first got into Red Hot Chili Peppers, but this song will always be a classic to me!
Yeah, the whole BSSM album is what I always go back to, it's a rhythm guitar masterpiece. My number one is this, especially the outro:


...With serious honourable mentions to Apache Rose Peacock and Funky Monks.
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Youre officially uber shit now.

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I'm a moron tho apparently and everyone should listen to you oh wise pretentious one
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#26
I taught myself this (and not very well). damn I love a well played fingerstyle tune. Total fucking sucker.

#28



When I was a kid I thought the shitty synth was a clean electric
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My culture is worthless and absolutely inferior to the almighty Leaf.


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#29
I have none.
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If KFC is finger-licking good, then people would probably suck dicks for Popeyes. That's how good it is.


There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#30
Now I got to change my underwear. Thanks, I guess, Tony. For wasting my detergent.

I love the guys that make it look effortless and natural. Check it, Tony. Looks pretty easy, but it takes something special to sound like this. I could probably learn to pick this...but I'd never sound this good.

#31
Quote by Joshua Garcia
I have none.



for the record...Josh posted this to my personal account.

#32
TobusRex

I'm glad you liked it. Brownie McGhee had I great touch, almost jazzy. I saw him live, playing with Sonny Terry, in the same concert as Bukka White, Fred McDowell and Skip James. Fred was wearing the vest that Bukka has on in that "Aberdeen" vid, I've no idea to whom it belonged. Fred and Skip are two of my favourites.
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#36
Every Time I Die riffs! A lot of them just roll off the digitals!
Loves: Dillinger Escape Plan, Muse, Native Construct,, black coffee, bearded men, and most of all, cats.

Hates: Music with no heart, water chestnuts, potato salad
#38
Ha guy in OP looks like Shaggy
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#39
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Ha guy in OP looks like Shaggy


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WHAT A
HORRIBLE
NIGHT TO
HAVE A
CURSE.
#40
Nah this guy

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