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    Default The Well CII: Geetar Cheef

    I got the torch about a year earlier than I expected. Make it good!
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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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    Default Re: The Well CII: Geetar Cheef

    bumpity bump
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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.
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    Default Re: The Well CII: Geetar Cheef

    how did pasadena, md get the reputation of being full of people ready to fight anyone over anything (or nothing) at any time? is it a fair reputation? any good stories to tell along that line?

    any good stories about the old club called 'network' ? long since gone, right?

    how old are you?

    what do you do?
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    Is it not the glory of the people of America that, whilst they have paid a decent regard to the opinions of former times and other nations, they have not suffered a blind veneration for antiquity, for custom, or for names, to overrule the suggestions of their own good sense, the knowledge of their own situation, and the lessons of their own experience?" - James Madison - Federalist #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by tone4days View Post
    how did pasadena, md get the reputation of being full of people ready to fight anyone over anything (or nothing) at any time? is it a fair reputation? any good stories to tell along that line?
    Welcome to redneckville. Home of roads such as Tick and Hog Neck Roads. Welcome to the local shopping centers, filled with sex shops and pizza places. Welcome to redneckville.

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    any good stories about the old club called 'network' ? long since gone, right?
    We moved here a couple years ago. So its been gone for at least that long.

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    how old are you?
    15. 16 in December. That means shiny new amp! Unlike most kids, I don't want a car for my birthday; I want an amp.

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    what do you do?
    Breathe. Eat. Sleep. Homework. If you mean job-wise? Last summer I went to Florida to mow lawns for my uncle. If you mean right now I'm jamming along to some AC/DC.
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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.
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    dats hard

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    Default Re: The Well CII: Geetar Cheef

    Hey man! I don't listen to Metallica longer than you breath
    Which albums do you like, which songs are your favorites and why?
    What about Megadeth?

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    ah ok - where d'ya move from?
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    "no seymour - no tone ... know seymour - know tone!"

    Is it not the glory of the people of America that, whilst they have paid a decent regard to the opinions of former times and other nations, they have not suffered a blind veneration for antiquity, for custom, or for names, to overrule the suggestions of their own good sense, the knowledge of their own situation, and the lessons of their own experience?" - James Madison - Federalist #14

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    Seeing as your one of the younger forums members, like myself, Who are your influences and how did you start playing the six stringed wonder?
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    Where'd you get your screen name and why'd you pick it?

    Does it suck having your birthday so close to Christmas?

    What's your favourite band that's completely different to what you usually listen to?

    What's more important in a band; a good singer or a good guitarist?

    What's your favourite book?

    What one thing would you change about yourself if you could?

    Who, what, where, when and why?
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daemon barbeque View Post
    Hey man! I don't listen to Metallica longer than you breath
    Which albums do you like, which songs are your favorites and why?
    What about Megadeth?
    I actually like all their stuff. Even a little off of St. Anger. I'm proud to say I'm not close-minded and am a heavy Megadeth listener as well. My favorite songs from the two (from most to least) is this:
    1 - The Unforgiven III
    2 - Phantom Lord
    3 - Hangar 18
    4 - In My Darkest Hour
    5 - One

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    ah ok - where d'ya move from?
    Glen Burnie. The Burnie. Pretty frikkin' ghetto.

    Quote Originally Posted by dmandude123455 View Post
    Seeing as your one of the younger forums members, like myself, Who are your influences and how did you start playing the six stringed wonder?
    Metallica got me started. My buddy Dean told me to listen to 'em. I did and was so impressed with the band I got Guitar Hero: Metallica. Eventually, when I got such ridiculous score levels, I was like "Hey dad, don't we have an acoustic lying around here somewhere?" That's right. I started because of Guitar Hero. Sue Me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    Where'd you get your screen name and why'd you pick it?
    Samus-Chief. When I was like 11 and making my first email, I wanted something that described me. I play lots of Metroid (Samus Aran) and used to play Halo (Master Chief). Put 'em together. It kinda stuck with me.

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    Does it suck having your birthday so close to Christmas?
    Double presents!!!

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    What's your favourite band that's completely different to what you usually listen to?
    Silversun Pickups. I play alot of metal and write punk, but I really like the spacy nature of their songs... like the last few minutes of Lazy Eye. Best use of pedals ever. IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    What's more important in a band; a good singer or a good guitarist?
    Depends on the Genre. Lighter stuff is definitely vocals. Metal is more guitar based. Megadeth would not be an awesome metal band if the genre was vocal driven. Neither would Metallica.

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    What's your favourite book?
    Book? A tie between Stephen King's Dark Tower series and Christopher Poalini's Inheritance Series.

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    What one thing would you change about yourself if you could?
    N/A. I'm awesome just the way I am. Why? Because I believe it. That's what counts. Changing yourself is selling yourself to me. As Tony Stark put it, that would be prostitution.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    Who, what, where, when and why?
    James Hetfield and me trading solos on a Metallica tour after their next album because he's my primary inspiration in anything I write or improvise.
    Quote Originally Posted by jmh151 View Post
    I'd hit that so hard that whoever could pull me out would be the King of England
    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    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
    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
    Sometimes not read.
    dats hard

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    You guys should totally ask more questions.
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    I'd hit that so hard that whoever could pull me out would be the King of England
    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    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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    What shiny new amp are you hoping for?
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    Probably a Carvin V3 212 combo. Two assignable FX loops, MIDI control, 3 channels... and it sounds great to boot.
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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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    I started from guitar hero too, but EVH really lite the fire :P,


    What would you rather have as a battle buddy,


    T-rex that flights fighter jets or a 37 foot long, 15 foot tall liger named larry that has razor sharp steel claws and knows 68 languages....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmandude123455 View Post
    I started from guitar hero too, but EVH really lite the fire :P,


    What would you rather have as a battle buddy,


    T-rex that flights fighter jets or a 37 foot long, 15 foot tall liger named larry that has razor sharp steel claws and knows 68 languages....
    T-Rex. More raw power. 68 languages doesn't help in a fight.
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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
    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
    Sometimes not read.
    dats hard

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    You are a cool guy
    What is your Favorite AC/DC song?
    What is your dream rig?
    How many languages you can communicate in?

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    What is your favorite cereal?

    If you had to drink (water excluded) and eat one thing for the rest of you life what would it be?

    Where is the coolest place you've been?

    If you could resurrect one musician, who would it be?

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    What brought you to the forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daemon barbeque View Post
    You are a cool guy
    What is your Favorite AC/DC song?
    Thank you. My favorite AC/DC song is a tie between Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap and T.N.T. Great band. They sound the same every time, but its a damn good thing that their first album was stellar!

    Quote Originally Posted by daemon barbeque View Post
    What is your dream rig?
    An ESP custom Explorer with Blackouts that have gold metal covers. The Explorer would have a graphic of the album ...And Justice For All, because that's my favorite album of all time. It would run into a Crybaby Rack Wah, which would run into a Carvin V3. In one FX loop, which I would assign to the clean, I would have Flanger, Chorus, and a little delay. In the other, which would go to my Lead channel, I would assign delay and an EQ pedal that gives a mid boost.

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    How many languages you can communicate in?
    Mostly just english, but I'm in Spanish IV. I like to think I could travel to Spain or Latin America.

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    What is your favorite cereal?
    Cinnamon Toast Crunchhhhhhhhhhh!

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    If you had to drink (water excluded) and eat one thing for the rest of you life what would it be?
    Milk. I love milk. To eat I would definately say crabcakes, because I'm from MD and not liking crabs is communism in its most raw form.

    [QUOTE=Bones;2652543]Where is the coolest place you've been?
    Outer Banks. Beaches are nice there, and the waves aren't sissy waves, so I have lots of fun.

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    If you could resurrect one musician, who would it be?
    Bon Scott. AC/DC in my opinion would be better with him. I like Brian a lot, don't get me wrong, but Bon was the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    Do you want to go to college? If so where and for what major? And also if so have you read Aceman's "tutorial" for college?
    I am going to enroll in college next year, as it will be my senior year. I want to major in Computer Science and minor in Music at UMBC. I will probably read that pretty soon. Thanks for the heads up!

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    Are you a trust fund baby?
    What is a trust fund baby?

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    What celebrity would you marry?
    I haven't even considered marrying yet as I am only 15. Heck, I barely even like girls at all yet.

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    My first thread, about the wiring problem in my guitar. I thought I would be able to get away with not coming back after that but I was like "These guys are pretty cool!" So I stayed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmh151 View Post
    I'd hit that so hard that whoever could pull me out would be the King of England
    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    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
    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
    Sometimes not read.
    dats hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJohn View Post
    Boxers or briefs?
    Depends on the mood.
    Quote Originally Posted by jmh151 View Post
    I'd hit that so hard that whoever could pull me out would be the King of England
    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    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
    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
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    dats hard

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    Default Re: The Well CII: Geetar Cheef

    AJFA is my Favorite Metallica album too. Actually the only Metallica I really care about

    Spanish is a cool language, and if you master it, Portuguese and Italian will be easy to understand and even master.

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