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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby SarnoMusicSolutions » Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:22 pm

See the little blue light under the rack and a bit to the right? That's the SGBB.

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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby waldo041 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:47 am

i got an email request and subsequent phone conversation for a request by John K to get him a tiger buffer clone. thanks to brad for dropping my name! but i had a short experience backstage during soundcheck! pretty surreal experience being that close and at the same level while they were in the jam part of St.of Circumstance. While i didn't get a formal meeting with John or the rest of them, i was able to pass along to the roadies a tiger buffer clone and with all hopes it will be in the guitar soon! too short of a time to change the plans i had already, but enough time to deliver the goods!

thanks again Brad!

so that makes the list of Jerry playing Tiger Buffer users;
John Kadlecik - Furthur - Formely DSO
Vic DeRobertis - Playing Dead
Tom Wright - Ramblin' Rose Band
Jeff Mattson - Zen Tricksters - DarkStar Orchestra
Jeff Martinson - Shakedown and Legion of Jerry
Stu Allen - JGB - soon to be DSO
Steely Pete - Guitarist/Steel Guitarist
Mik Bondy - GARCIA(JGB Tribute) & Tapestry



love to get a complete list of users and their band names also, so if you want to be on this list, drop me a PM.

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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby dleonard » Thu Mar 04, 2010 1:40 pm

Wow, how cool. Congrats alot on that. Can only imagine if JG was still around, he'd likely be using one as well.
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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby tigerstrat » Thu Mar 04, 2010 1:53 pm

waldo041 wrote:i got an email request and subsequent phone conversation for a request by John K to get him a tiger buffer clone. thanks to brad for dropping my name! but i had a short experience backstage during soundcheck! pretty surreal experience being that close and at the same level while they were in the jam part of St.of Circumstance. While i didn't get a formal meeting with John or the rest of them, i was able to pass along to the roadies a tiger buffer clone and with all hopes it will be in the guitar soon! too short of a time to change the plans i had already, but enough time to deliver the goods!

thanks again Brad!

so that makes the list of Jerry playing Tiger Buffer users;
Vic - Playin Dead
Tigerstrat - Ramblin' Rose
Jeff Mattson - Zen Tricksters - DarkStar Orchestra
Stu Allen - JGB - soon to be DSO
And hopefully soon,
John Kadlecik - Furthur - Formely DSO

love to get a complete list of users and their band names also, so if you want to be on this list, drop me a PM.

peace,
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Don't forget Steely Pete B., although I don't know if he is FT in any band at the mo'... that's kinda funny, last time I tried to offer the TUGB to JK, about 4 mos ago he kinda poo pooed it, like all buffers basically sound the same...
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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby hogan » Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:03 pm

tigerstrat wrote:
Don't forget Steely Pete B., although I don't know if he is FT in any band at the mo'... that's kinda funny, last time I tried to offer the TUGB to JK, about 4 mos ago he kinda poo pooed it, like all buffers basically sound the same...



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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby Naataanii » Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:25 pm

Thats Hilarious!!!
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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby Dozin » Thu Mar 04, 2010 5:17 pm

Does he have a buffer in his guitar now?
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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby SarnoMusicSolutions » Thu Mar 04, 2010 5:59 pm

I think the CB1 died recently, and the past few shows (at least Chicago) were without a buffer. He said he was running with the loop always on, so the pedals helped buffer the path properly. I bet he'll be up and buffered in no time.

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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby waldo041 » Mon Mar 08, 2010 10:05 am

John Kadlecik stated to me the buffer went in before the first night at colorado and it sounds great!



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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby Rusty the Scoob » Mon Mar 08, 2010 10:31 am

Congrats, Waldo, that is awesome! :cool:
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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby keirweir » Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:24 pm

Rusty the Scoob wrote:Congrats, Waldo, that is awesome! :cool:


Dito... I will be on that list within a few months too!
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Re: Furthur Gear

Postby Jerry1996x » Sat Dec 24, 2011 5:28 pm

I would say put me on the list, though im just in a little high school band! LOL :cool:
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