Tennessee Jedi wrote:I like a lot of diff music - Lamb of God not being one of them - but too each his own - the only thing I will say is I dont like to mix and match diff genres in my musical outlets.
My 1st band started as a Dead thing .... but then Alternative Music got big
We started throwing Alice N Chains and STP tunes in our sets.
BLASPHEMY I thought.
I would rather just play THIS or THAT but not both
I truly love that era of music but dont Mix N match dont mix and match !*
* Feel free to do play how and what you want , though- its all good.
Mandoborg wrote:I was starting to think i was getting ripped off,or too old, because i've never heard of half the bands that are in that magazine anymore !!! This issue pays for my 2 year subscription, although who the heck are Lamb of God and why do they look so angry on the cover ??
TI4-1009 wrote:One thing that stands out on the Tiger foldout is the woodgrain on the ebony headstock. It usually looks either gloss black or very faint grain- it's obvious in this photo. Makes me feel better about the obvious grain on the headstock of my new Phiga Tiger. I understand there are two species of ebony, one is jet black, the other is a little browner.
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