Hey you're from Ohio? I believe we have a show in march in point pleasant, wv (on the river basically), and are also working on hitting up cincy, dayton, columbus, and akron in the near future if any of those happen to be close to you.
Hey UG, recently joined a band out here in Louisville, Kentucky by the name of Trust Divided. Modern rock band with influences including Alter Bridge, Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Breaking Benjamin, Dope, Pink Floyd, and Three Days Grace.
The one time I've gone under was when I got my wisdom teeth removed. They gave me the shot and I was out with in three seconds. The next thing I remember is being back home in my bed watching TV. It felt like absolutely no time passed between the two events. It's really not a big deal, and as long as you're not typically a paranoid person you'll be fine. PS...depending on how strong the anesthetic is that they use on you, you'll wake up feeling very nice. You could very well be in for one of the best highs of your life.
Thanks man. But no it was a Peavey 6505+/Avatar 2x12 cab with my Marshall Delay and Holy Grail Reverb on (and Morley Tremonti Wah for the leads). The head in the bottom right corner of the screen is my dad's Marshall though, if thats what threw you off.
First try taking a video with my full setup. For 5 minutes of getting the sound at a decent level and 5 minutes of recording it didn't turn out half bad. Let me know what you think, and of course C4C. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT_R0L5_YBs
First try at recording an actual song with my new laptop. Just my schecter hellraiser running through an MG. I'll probably eventually go back and re-record this song with my full set up and try to work out the mistakes I made. All in all I'm pretty happy with it for only taking one try. C4C Also, any requests for future videos would be welcome. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqoXLxYEZ1o
Keep in mind, GC doesn't buy things to keep them, they buy them to sell them. So if it should be able to sell for $160-$200, they probably won't offer you any more than $100. Unless theyre doing a trade in deal that you think you can take advantage of, selling to a store is never the way to go.
I think the 6505's need to have separate EQ for the two channels. The clean channel is way too twangy. I love my 6505+'s separate EQ to ever think of getting rid of it for a blue light up one. Still looks sweet though.
I made this username up a looong time ago, and I just got into a habit of using it for everything. Around the time I signed up was right about the time I started getting sick of it. Here I am three years later....
I got a squire for christmas and then four years later got my schecter. Then two years later I got my ibanez. Now i'm working towards a PRS... But to answer your question, not very. In the years of playing my squire I was still back in my blink182/green day/tons of other punk/pop crap stage. I was just getting out of that and learning to play heavier and slightly more difficult stuff.
It's all about who you see and where you see them. A band that puts a lot of money into production is going to be more expensive then a band that just steps on stage and plays. And keep in mind, if a band can consistantly sell out venues at a high ticket price, then they clearly aren't "too high." If you really don't think the show will be worth the money, don't buy the ticket.