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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    Hey Bruce! I'm on an iPhone so I'll get to it:

    Favorite solo by prior each Kiss guitarist to play?

    Favorite Kulck/Kiss solo?

    What solo on anything are you the most proud of?

    Best and toughest thing working with Gene and Paul?

    What music style/songs/instrument do you dig that would surprise us?
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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    Hi Bruce. Do you know any good car detailers?

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    Hey man, thanks for doing this.

    What was the Bat Out Of Hell tour like? That is one of my all-time favourite albums
    Ministers and superstars
    are drinking champagne in their cars
    6 strings on a 12 guitar
    all my dreams are made of stars
    and the rock and roll still burns in me

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    Hi Bruce! I don't really have any questions for you that no one's already asked but I wanted to say thanks for sharing your time here with us, and keep up the great work!
    Quote Originally Posted by JOEBACCA View Post
    Black Rings with Black Pickups on a Red Guitar just scream " I'm an Import " LOL...don't know why, it just does IMO....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aceman View Post
    Hey Bruce! I'm on an iPhone so I'll get to it:

    Favorite solo by prior each Kiss guitarist to play?

    Favorite Kulck/Kiss solo?

    What solo on anything are you the most proud of?

    Best and toughest thing working with Gene and Paul?

    What music style/songs/instrument do you dig that would surprise us?
    I Still Love You, (vinnie era but a robben ford solo!, Vinnie .. ok War Machine, I've Had Enough, for Mark St John, Watchin You or 100,000 years for ACE.
    I love most of Revenge from Unholy to Domino. Forever stands out too. As well as Tears Are Falling and Crazy Nights as good ones from me.
    Best thing about Gene and Paul is how smart they are, and toughest is how opinionated they can be. (comes with the territory!)
    I love Ukulele... I have one, but don't play it very well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingrel View Post
    Hey man, thanks for doing this.

    What was the Bat Out Of Hell tour like? That is one of my all-time favourite albums
    I loved learning Todd Rundgren's parts... great stuff. The tour was all around the world, and quite crazy to be honest. We went from nothing to, being very famous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B2D View Post
    Hi Bruce! I don't really have any questions for you that no one's already asked but I wanted to say thanks for sharing your time here with us, and keep up the great work!
    well thanks for stopping in!
    BK

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    How did you land the GFR gig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayzer View Post
    Hi Bruce. Do you know any good car detailers?
    LOL... Ask Eric Singer please!

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    What's the weirdest thing/situation you ever spotted from the stage?

    Also, ever had a totally dissapointing piece of gear that you had expected to be irreplaceable?

    Cheers Bruce! Thanks for showing up here, we all appreciate it!
    Ibanez SZ320 / A2 Pro - Screamin' Demon
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    Lots of awesome junk by EHX, Boss, Marshall, Joyo and Mooer pedals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan Skopp View Post
    Who was the Jazz Guy you studied with?
    His name is Bob Bianco. Lived in Queens... he taught theory and played guitar upside down actually and preferred to play the guitar in 4ths!

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    Two more minutes of questions and then I'm going to call it.

    Also, Bruce is going to announce "The Most Interesting Man in the World," or at least "The Most Interesting Question in this Q&A," and that person will win a copy of BK3.

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    You remember me! That's cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diego View Post
    What's the weirdest thing/situation you ever spotted from the stage?

    Also, ever had a totally dissapointing piece of gear that you had expected to be irreplaceable?

    Cheers Bruce! Thanks for showing up here, we all appreciate it!
    I go nuts when people cannot clap in time. Some are horrible with it. It seems weird to me!
    I thought the new Dunlop Hendrix Wah, based on his old one would be great. It is light weight like the old ones, but sounds ... horrible to me. So I changed the guts!

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    Do you recognize any of these?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayzer View Post
    How did you land the GFR gig?
    I met Don Brewer years ago. Back in the days when I was backing Bolton and we opened for Bob Seger. Don was on drums.
    When they revamped GFR, I was on the short list.
    So far 10 years!

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    OK, that's it for questions. Bruce, thanks so much for your time. This was very enjoyable and this chat will be archived in The Vault for others to read in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayzer View Post
    Do you recognize any of these?

    Well Tim, I think the bass was mine.. a nice one for sure. Viper too right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan Skopp View Post
    OK, that's it for questions. Bruce, thanks so much for your time. This was very enjoyable and this chat will be archived in The Vault for others to read in the future.
    Thank you all and remember to check out BK3. It is in stores.. Best Buy etc. Or from my site.
    And the winner is the 'emotional' question about playing and feelings from Puerto Rico. Thought that was deep.

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    Default Re: Live - Q&A with Bruce Kulick - 5/11/10

    Yep, both, the acoustic far right was Ace's.

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