lol where i live, t shirts are $30+ and hoodies start out at around $40+ along with jeans. shoes run about $70+ for nice pairs. lol nothing cheap.
Dude, what kind of places sell t-shirts for 30 freaking dollars? Do you exclusively shop at designer stores or something? I do agree about the other clothes though. Those prices are pretty much the general range for Vancouver.
I'm thinking about getting the Planet Waves capo (I saw it on sale), but I've noticed some other brands have separate models for electric and acoustic due to the tendency of fretboard radius differences. The site says that it fits most radiused guitars, so I'm hoping it'll work for both. My Strat is the standard 9.5", and I'm not sure of my acoustic, though it is flatter. Should I get it?
There was this book series I used to read when I was younger. It was about a land of talking dinosaurs that a few humans knew about. I think the plots were pre-1940s/50s. That's all I can remember.
EDIT: Also, someone posted a short film here a few months ago. It was the day before the end of the world and this guy breaks up with his girlfriend. Then he meets a stranger and they start getting closer basically.
Hey, so I've had this issue with my Strat that I've really just ignored since I got it, mostly because it's pretty insignificant. The low E buzzes only at the 9th fret. I'm guessing it's a saddle problem, but maybe I didn't adjust the bridge right when I changed the stock .09's to .10's. Any clue what's wrong?
So I brought out my acoustic after not touching for about a year. I've never changed the strings since I first got it (shameful, I know). I'm planning on going to get a new pack, but I'm not totally sure about the current string gauge. I'm guessing it's got .12's on since they are pretty thick.
Also, any brand recommendations? I usually stick to D'addarios on my Strat, but I'm open to any suggestions.
One more thing: how do phospor bronze and coated strings compared to plain ones? Thanks in advance.
Sparrow's from around Vancouver, Canada. IIRC, they are built in their factory in Asia and finished here in Canada. I see some floating around Craigslist every so often for pretty decent prices. From what I can tell, people generally like them, though they're probably not quite at the same level as USA Gibsons or MIJ Tokais. It's all personal preference though. Not sure if the build quality is any different betweent the Pro and Boss models, but if Kent Armstrongs aren't your thing, then get the Pro and switch them out for your choice.
Probably not up your alley, but Diana Krall and Michael Buble for some good vocal jazz/pop. There's also Sam Roberts, who may be more to your liking. K-os does mostly rap stuff, but he's got some indie tendencies.
Taking Psych. I missed a the only practice session for the multiple choice part today cause I was on a field trip and couldn't make it in time T-T. I'm terrible at the written stuff too, but at least I have some time to practice.
TBH I think it was stupid of Torres and I too am a 'Nucks fan. The guy just gets back from a 4-game suspension and pulls that shit? If he doesn't get suspended, he should be scratched at least one. Even if Seabrook put himself in a vulnerable position, Torres should have learned his lesson.
I'm the band for my school's production of Little Shop of Horrors. What I need most is a flanger. The sheet music also mentions tremolo in two songs, and echo and wah in some others, but I'm not sure if the echo is worth getting. I do however, want to include the wah pedal. Also, I'm probably just going to rent these from Long and McQuade (or another store) for a few weeks. Any recommendations?
Is the Icarus track on the EP going to have the same version or a re-recorded one? I prefer Casey's version tbh. He sounds much better at the screaming/growling parts, but I'd also like to hear if Spencer has improved.