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    What made you move to Colorado? Where exactly do you live in Colorado? You don't cook at The Fort do you?

    I basically grew up in CO.
    I came out here to go to culinary school. Some friends of mine lived here already, so I had a place to crash once I got here.

    Jamestown is the town I live in. It's about 18 miles North West of Boulder. It sits at 7000 ft above sea level(84,000 inches ), and there are only 300 or so permanent residents.

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    If you had the chance to travel to a different country for a week and for free, where would you go?

    Fill in the blank: Peanut butter and ________ Sandwich.
    I'd go to New Zealand most likely.

    "Peanut better and apple butter sandwich." Good stuff.

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    If you could only watch one thing on TV for the rest of your life, and it had to be a cartoon, what would it be?

    What cartoon character would you want to be?

    What cartoon character would you want to do?
    I guess I'd watch King of The Hill...enough variety in the stories as to not be boring.

    As for whom to be, I'd be Buggs Bunny, because he always came out the winner. I'd do Jessica Rabbit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    Default Re: The Well C : Hey diddle diddle, in the well with guitfiddle

    did you ever find your pedal board?
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    Put the two together, and make it Kambone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newking70 View Post
    did you ever find your pedal board?
    Nope. I left it in that bar...and I bet by now some bedroom rocker is playing some crap or the other on it. Haven't seen it for sale in whole or part.

    Only thing I've ever left at a venue.

    I did get another of the most important pedal on there.
    Last edited by guitfiddle; 10-01-2010 at 07:05 PM.
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    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    Default Re: The Well C : Hey diddle diddle, in the well with guitfiddle

    Name one non-related/non-forum/non-musician person that you'd most like to buy a beer for at a bar.

    Name one non-related musician that you'd like to buy a beer for at a bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr8Scott View Post
    Name one non-related/non-forum/non-musician person that you'd most like to buy a beer for at a bar.

    Name one non-related musician that you'd like to buy a beer for at a bar.
    Stephen King
    Warren Haynes
    - Tom

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    Do you know what a blue waffle is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    Do you know what a blue waffle is?
    No. Sounds like it might be painful.

    Edit: Found it...eeeeewwwwww
    Last edited by guitfiddle; 10-05-2010 at 06:31 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    Jeez... another Urban Dictionary save...

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    Default Re: The Well C : Hey diddle diddle, in the well with guitfiddle

    The usual:

    Who is your top 10 favorite forum member's you'd want to have a coffee with... and by coffee I mean coffee?

    Are you religious?

    Your inspirations? (music, whatever)

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    What forum brothers gear are you the most jealous of?

    What instrument played by a famous musician would you most like to be able to play for an hour?
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    The usual:

    Who is your top 10 favorite forum member's you'd want to have a coffee with... and by coffee I mean coffee?

    Are you religious?

    Your inspirations? (music, whatever)
    Johnjohn, Ginormous, Jolly, Lucid, Gamera, Jeremy, Gearjonser, Crusty, Sosomething, Gr8Scott.

    Not an active church goer, but I have my beliefs in place.

    The guys who carry on even if they arent' going to be the one who finishes first, or make the biggest difference in the most lives at once. The ones who just get on with it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    What forum brothers gear are you the most jealous of?

    What instrument played by a famous musician would you most like to be able to play for an hour?
    SomeDude has a few nice pieces. Low_Fidelity has a Fender Concert amp I'd like to have one of. More or less, I just have learned to get it on with what I have, though.

    The Mandocello that Tim O'Brian played at Rockygrass a few years ago. Beautiful.
    - Tom

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    Favorite model of guitar? Please explain.

    Favorite amp? Also, Explain.
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    I'd hit that so hard that whoever could pull me out would be the King of England
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    like if we were walking down the sidewalk and you said "hey check her out" chances are i already saw her and mentally sodomized her
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    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
    Sometimes not read.
    dats hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamusChief View Post
    Favorite model of guitar? Please explain.

    Favorite amp? Also, Explain.
    At the moment, Telecasters

    They have the right scale length, single cut body, simple controls. That's what I dig.

    Right now, my favorite amp is a Music Man HD 150.

    150 watts from 4 6L6 tubes, with a ss preamp that actually sounds good. Loud as hell, and can double as a killer bass amp.
    - Tom

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    I'll ask the two questions I like to ask in various wells:


    A) What's a band you're embarassed to admit to liking? If you're not embarassed, list a guilty pleasure band.


    B) What's a band that you're not embarassed to admit to liking, but their sound is vastly different than the stuff you normally listen to, and explain what it is they do that makes you like them, despite it not being in your normal genre(s).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    I'll ask the two questions I like to ask in various wells:


    A) What's a band you're embarassed to admit to liking? If you're not embarassed, list a guilty pleasure band.


    B) What's a band that you're not embarassed to admit to liking, but their sound is vastly different than the stuff you normally listen to, and explain what it is they do that makes you like them, despite it not being in your normal genre(s).
    Alkaline Trio. Something just clicks with me from those guys and their sound.


    Afro-Celt Sound System. Anything from rootsy acoustic stuff to dreamy mood pieces, to techno inspired craziness. All of it is tied together by African drummers/instrumentalists/vocalists mixed with Irish instrumentalists/vocalists. Pure win.
    Last edited by guitfiddle; 10-05-2010 at 10:02 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitfiddle View Post
    Alkaline Trio. Something just clicks with me from those guys and their sound.


    Afro-Celt Sound System. Anything from rootsy acoustic stuff to dreamy mood pieces, to techno inspired craziness. All of it is tied together by African drummers/instrumentalists/vocalists mixed with Irish instrumentalists/vocalists. Pure win.


    Doooood, I love Alkaline Trio! "Maybe I'll Catch Fire" and "From Here To Infirmary" are modern punk classics, IMO.


    I'll have to check the latter band out, I've never heard of them before.
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    Well (heh) now is the day I pass this unbeleivable exciting well along.

    Rush Of Blood is up next.

    Peace
    - Tom

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankly
    Some people make the wine. Some people drink the wine. And some people sniff the cork and wonder what might have been.
    The Eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the Crow.

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