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    Special Thanx to Ex-250 for handing me the torch

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    favorite priest album

    favorite maiden album

    favorite live album (any band)

    any surprising musical tastes

    why you started playing

    favorite guitar youve owned

    favorite guitar you have not owned

    and of course...
    comprehensive gear history!
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    When did you start playing? If you'll pardon the "method acting" question, what was your motivation?

    Cardinal... the COMFY CHAIR!!

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    Jeff..How are you coping with the change to a Fender, after playing Gibson and Gibson-esque guitars for years?

    If you were to get a guitar lesson from anyone, who would it be and what would you like to learn from them?

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    Yo Jeff!

    What is your favourite main course meal?

    What is your favourite pizza topping?

    What is your favourite dessert?

    What is your favourite type of block chocolate?

    Who/what are your top five non-metal/non-rock artists or bands?

    Do you download much? What do you download?

    Favourite sport to play?

    Favourite sport to watch?

    How do you perceive the person you were a decade ago?

    Do you enjoy Starburst lollies?
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    age
    city state country location
    highest level of formal education
    career / job
    marital / relationship status
    offspring status

    personal accomplishment that is your greatest source of self pride
    personal objective not yet accomplished

    biggest musical performance (when, where, how many, description, fav memory of it)
    gear list in profile

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex-250 View Post
    favorite priest album
    Unleashed In the East, without question by far. If I had to pick a Studio album, I'd go Defenders.

    favorite maiden album
    Not really an album, but Beast Over Hammersmith from the Early Days DVD is my fave live performance. Every single one of them is "on" that night, especially Adrian and Clive. Studio would be Powerslave, I just think they got all their ducks ina row for that one-strong material, strong performance, great sound mix.

    any surprising musical tastes
    I'm a huge fan of Allison Kraus & Union Station in particular, and bluegrass in general. I love Duran Duran, The Beach Boys, Swing music. My tastes are far more varied than most probably think (from knowing me here on the boards).

    why you started playing
    I guess you could say I came from a musical family. My dad knew some cowboy chords on his ES125, picked a little on a banjo he had, and we had an organ in the house while I was growing up- he would play church/gospel type hymns and whatnot once in awhile and hum along to them. My sister was a classical pianist and actually went to college for that major (though she changed her major later)-she also played the acoustic guitar. My brother played some bass and guitar as well. He had an old Sears tele copy with no strings that he gave me when I was about 9, but I just air-guitared with it until I was about 11 or 12, when I actually tried to start learning some chords and whatnot.

    When I heard Michael Schenker for the first time around 1982 ("One Night at Budokan"- a casette copy a friend made me from the import album) I was absolutely and completely blown away and said "man, I gotta learn how to play like THAT!"


    favorite guitar youve owned
    That's tough. I've had some really great guitars over the years. I think my 82 Custom Shop Les Paul standard , and my R8 would take top honors-both exceptional guitars.

    favorite guitar you have not owned
    I've had a few nice Strats over the years, but I've never had a really good high end model. I'd like to have great Custom Shop strat I guess, or a Hamer USA Flying V.

    and of course...
    comprehensive gear history!
    I don't think there's enough room on the server for me to post all of it. Nor could I remember all of it. So some of my standout (to me) gear

    1976 Gibson Explorer (an actual 76, my first good guitar)
    1987 Les Paul Custom
    1977 Les Paul Deluxe
    1987 or 88 PRS Custom 10 top Whale Blue w/ Birds
    1982 Les Paul Standard custom shop model
    1987 Gibson Explorer (pewter)
    1992 Les Paul Standard (black)
    a mid 80s MIJ Squier
    Charvel Model 7
    1991 or 92 Fender Deluxe Strat Plus
    1981 Ibanez Destroyer II (DT400)
    PRS McCarty
    Fender YJM sig Strat
    Gibson Firebird Studio
    Gibson R8 Les Paul
    Hamer USA Standard
    Dean USA TCML

    For amps- fewer standouts (good ones, I could list plenty of crappy standouts )

    my original Marshall 2205 combo (4210? can't remember the model number-the 1x12)
    Marshall 800 2203
    Marshall JMP 2x12 50W combo
    Fender Silverface champ
    Mesa Boogie F50
    Rivera Chubster
    and my all time fave is/was my Marshall 1987x RI

    Not much of a pedal guy but- I had a really nice sounding TS10, I liked my EVH Phase 90 better than the original one I had, and I loved (and dearly miss) my old Boss CE2 and Analog delay from the early 80s. Rid's Plexitone is pretty amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginormous View Post
    When did you start playing? If you'll pardon the "method acting" question, what was your motivation?

    Cardinal... the COMFY CHAIR!!
    See my answer to EX-250- I think that covers it mostly. Motivation? Hmm..not girls believe it or not- probably to just be up on a stage in front of a crowd rocking out (which later became an issue- horrible stage fright )

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    Jeff..How are you coping with the change to a Fender, after playing Gibson and Gibson-esque guitars for years?
    I'm not sure I'd say I'm coping at all There is no doubt in my mind playing a Strat or Tele will make you a better player or make you quit. You have to want to tame the beast and at the same time it's a "finesse" design. The Fenders work better for my CTS, so it's kind of a necessity. The Fenders require more precise picking hand technique-and are more forgiving of fretting hand technique. I honestly wish now that I'd have initially learned on a Fender-however had I done so, I may not be here today either (i.e quitting out of frustration long ago)

    If you were to get a guitar lesson from anyone, who would it be and what would you like to learn from them?
    Tough question- I think my lesson would primarily center around technique. I don't think good "feel" is something that can be taught, and I honestly think it's something that you either start out with or do not have/are unlikely to develop . We've all heard the guy who can only play 5 notes and kills with them, and then the guy who can play over complex chord changes in every mode and scale known to man and puts you to sleep.

    So strictly speaking from a technique lesson- Randy Rhoads.

    Best bang for the buck....

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    OD pedal
    delay
    chorus
    For Fender Style instrument- you can find some really nice MIMs out there if you look hard enough, but I'd say the Classic Player 60s in particular. For Gibson style- Dean and Hamer imports.

    Amps- My tastes in amps runs to the higher end Marshall style stuff personally
    but I'd say Vox Valvetronix for modellers. Though I don't really jibe with the tone of most of them, Peavey is hard to beat for bang for the buck in tube or SS amps.

    OD pedal- Digitech Bad Monkey. Can't beat it for $40.00

    Delay- I haven't owned a separate delay in quite some time, but I always felt the Boss Digital and Analog delays were alot of bang for the buck. Did everything *I* needed them to do without breaking the bank.

    EHX Small Clone is much better than the current Boss and Digitech pedals I've tried. I'd still rather pay twice as much for an old MIJ CE-2 though.
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    Yo Jeff!
    Bee!

    What is your favourite main course meal?
    No way I could pick one fave for anything, but I'll try

    Sausage Gravy & Biscuits for B'fast.

    Don't usually eat much in the way of lunch-but a Good Burger with Am Cheese, Bacon, BBq sauce, a couple of onion rings on top and a teeny bit of lettuce and mayo is tough to beat

    My fave dinner is from a pretty ritzy American Southwest style restaurant around here- it's fresh raviolis made one side is infused with red pepper, the other salsa verde (so one side is red, the other green). They are filled with a mix of black beans, ground meat, onions, garlic and SW spices. They are topped with a red pepper infused light cream sauce, fresh roasted sweet corn and tomatoes, fresh cilantro, and crumbled up crispy chorizo sausage. Amazing.


    What is your favourite pizza topping?
    I like a good "clams casino"- white pizza, ricotta, clams, bacon, onions. Traditionally- hard to beat real Italian Suasage.

    What is your favourite dessert?
    Another dish from a fairly local restaurant- my GF calls them "pockets of heaven" They are a soft soapapilla (sp?) type thing (half moon shaped) filled with a banana mixture, lightly fried then rolled in regular sugar- Topped with honey on some, chocolate sauce on some, and served with a side of homemade caramel ice cream. Makes ya fat just looking at it

    What is your favourite type of block chocolate?
    Not much of a candy bar type person-especially just plain chocolate.

    Who/what are your top five non-metal/non-rock artists or bands?
    Are the Beach Boys considered rock? what about Duran Duran?

    Allison Krauss as I mentioned-

    I also love a (very few) non conformist Country acts- Dwight Yoakum & Diamond Rio in particular. I listen to alot of classical-though I could not tell you which composer a particular piece is, or the name of the piece.


    Do you download much? What do you download?
    I don't d-load illegally if thats what ya mean I have an IPOD account- on my IPOD I have a smattering of typical "JeffB" music- Deep Purple, Schenker, Iron Maiden, Priest, Scorpions, Gary Moore (metal era), John Norum, Whitesnake, Badlands, RR era Ozzy, Rory Gallagher, Roth era Van Halen, Tesla, Dio, Thin Lizzy, Alcatrazz, Rainbow, Hendrix's BBC sessions, and MOP by Metallica.

    Favourite sport to play?
    I competed in Archery for several years. I care not to compete again, but I do miss bowhunting and fishing (I started fishing and hunting at a very early age and have done so most of my life until recently)

    Favourite sport to watch?
    Not a big fan of any of the traditional sports, really. Hate Baseball. Hate basketball. Played soccer when I was very young. I was into Football when I was younger and used to enjoy watching college football (go WOLVERINES!) but have'nt watched more than 5 minutes of a game in 8 or 9 years probably. I used to really enjoy watching boxing as well.

    How do you perceive the person you were a decade ago?
    10 years ago- That guy was in for a rude awakening- His GF (ex for sev years now) would soon be pregnant with his Son He had alot less responsibilty, and alot more free time and free money to do what he wished. He also knew little fear. Once he became a father, he would learn to understand fear, and his whole outlook on life would change. He was alot more fun back then for sure, but also more stubborn/headstrong/opinionated (in a bad way) and certainly less wise.

    Do you enjoy Starburst lollies?
    Not my thing, but my son loves 'em!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tone4days View Post
    age
    city state country location
    highest level of formal education
    career / job
    marital / relationship status
    offspring status

    personal accomplishment that is your greatest source of self pride
    personal objective not yet accomplished

    biggest musical performance (when, where, how many, description, fav memory of it)
    Bill, I have to run out for a bit- will get back to ya this evening at some point
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    What is your name?

    What is your quest?

    What is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow?







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    How many states have you visited, and which is your favorite?

    If you could pick one band to be banished from existence, who would it be?
    - Jackson USA Soloist SL1
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    OK, that took alot less time than expected-

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    age
    I will be 39 next month

    city state country location
    Born and raised in Va. Have been in CT/NY (aka The Abyss) for the past 10 years. Currently in Western CT about 5 min from the border of Westchester County, New York.

    highest level of formal education
    Am I filling out a Job application? HS Degree-some one off courses at local CC's and such. Planning on taking some more in the coming year.

    career / job
    Spent most of my last 10 years in the Healthcare Insurance Industry-Marketing and Reinsurance in particular. I have spent some time in the Archery/Hunting industry as well. Growing up, I worked for my father who owned 2 Gulf/Chevron Service Station/Garages. I spent the last year doing sales & marketing work for a small mom & pop company locally (never again)- was laid off about 2.5 months ago. As mentioned above, going to be attending some classes to broaden my skill set (and hopefully my wallet 1 )

    marital / relationship status
    I was married in my early 20s, unfortunately to find out later she was more interested in any inheritance I would get from my parents than anything. Messy Messy 2 year long drawn out divorce. bad times. A few years later, met the mother of my Son, whom of course was a surprise We would not have lasted much longer had she not become pregnant. We tried to make it work, but sadly (for his sake) we split up. Was single for a couple years and finally found THE one-my current GF, Janette whom I'm going to ask to marry me next year once I get finances/job/school back in order.

    offspring status
    I have a son, who will be 9 years old at the end of this month. That is also the answer to your next question

    personal accomplishment that is your greatest source of self pride
    ^

    personal objective not yet accomplished
    The schooling I mentioned above. The healthcare industry is way too volatile, and I don't have what it takes nor the desire for hardcore sales (though I do love the marketing aspect). So def getting some better/in demand skills under my belt to move forward.

    biggest musical performance (when, where, how many, description, fav memory of it)
    As I mentioned briefly above, once I got around to jamming in "bands" I realized I had TERRIBLE stagefright. Of course I always had it in school as well when I'd have to give an oral report or other such thing in front of the class, but I didn't think it would bother me playing guitar. But it does. Even at music stores to this day and on the clips I make for the forum here, I get "stagefright" or a serious case of the nerves.

    So I didn't ever really have all that much fun, unless I was totally wasted drunk- and of course then my meager abiity was seriously hampered. I quit one band in HS because we were slated to play at the "Battle of the Bands" and I was scared to death to be up in front of all the students. After H.S. I was never in a serious gigging band, mostly just playing with friends at parties and whatnot. As for "biggest" We did play an outdoor/field party once at a guitar mentor/friends house/farm for around 200 people. The best memory of that night was a rather inebriated petite blonde chick who worked at Hooters- I'll let your imagination fill in the rest
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    If you could write for one TV show, what would it be?

    Favorite beer? Wine?
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    What is your name?

    What is your quest?

    What is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow?
    No mixing Skits!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vetteboy View Post
    How many states have you visited, and which is your favorite?
    I've visted or been through most of the U.S.A save Washington state, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Mississippi, Louisiana, Kansas, Alaska and Hawaii. ( I really want to go to Alaska badly). I've lived in VA, CA, CT, and NY.

    My fave purely from a scenery point of view is Montana. I'd always wanted to go there and I was not disappointed-it was everything I'd hoped for and more.

    If you could pick one band to be banished from existence, who would it be?
    There's alot of music I definitely do not like, but I don't dislike any one band so much to see it banished from existence In the general sense I have an extremely strong dislike for Rap/dance/techno, Reggae, and "pop/top 40-country".
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffB View Post
    No mixing Skits!
    Ok, FINE!

    If you were to start a band from scratch and had your pick of anyone to be in it, who would those people be? Keep in mind, you'd be one of the guitarists.

    Aside from playing guitar and your family, what is the one other thing that you cherish?

    Say you got to come up with a pickup all your own from the SD Custom Shop. What would your specs be and in what guitar would it be utilized in?

    If the guitars you have owned, which one do you miss the most? ONLY ONE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Owl View Post
    If you could write for one TV show, what would it be?
    I would have LOVED to write for "I Love Lucy"-my all time fave show.

    Currently I cannot say as I watch very little TV save the Military Channel and on occasion the Food Network (Alton Brown, the original MIJ Iron Chef) or something on Sci-Fi (e.g. Star Trek) My GF and I watch movies fairly often though.

    Favorite beer? Wine?
    I don't drink very often these days either- For many years I did more than a couple of people's shares worth of drinking when I was younger- at which time the drink of choice was Wild Turkey or Jack (black) shots. I think all beer tastes like crap in the grand scheme of things, but I enjoy a Corona Light with lime. I'll drink a glass of Red Wine here and there when out for a nice dinner or around the holidays
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    thanks Jeff

    best of luck getting things turned around with work/skills/etc. and settled in with your lady-love .. sounds like a keeper indeed

    enjoy your boy and keep rockin out, bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikH View Post
    Ok, FINE!

    If you were to start a band from scratch and had your pick of anyone to be in it, who would those people be? Keep in mind, you'd be one of the guitarists.
    Do you mean famous musicians? or anyone? I DEF would not want to be in a band with anyone famous/ some of my "heros". You think I have stagefright now? I'm sure a case of the runs onstage wouldn't go over very well at our first gig

    Otherwise, just some like minded (musically) people- people into good "classic" metal and 70s/80s hard rock (NOT L.A./Hair metal). Def a two guitar outfit to do harmony stuff. A good keyboard player. An Ian Paice-ish "smooth" drummer. Tight bass player-the drummer and bass player are very key. And I like vocal harmonies. Good vocal harmonies are something I love. I used to sing backup myself. Not sure if I could sing much these days, but I'd def work/practice to get my voice back in shape for the harmonies.

    Aside from playing guitar and your family, what is the one other thing that you cherish?
    All the great memories I have of many varied things.

    Say you got to come up with a pickup all your own from the SD Custom Shop. What would your specs be and in what guitar would it be utilized in?
    Assuming a typical bridge humbucker, it would be 10-12K-ish-crunchy- PAF ish. Brobucker-like with a bit more raunch. It would go in whatever guitar I felt like it would work best in. if you mean my current crop- it would go into the Flying V-once it gets back from Gibson

    If the guitars you have owned, which one do you miss the most? ONLY ONE!
    Well the one I miss the most isn't necc the one I'd choose to get back now-simply because my CTS dictates I'd have to choose differently- but I really really loved that red 82 Custom Shop Les Paul Standard.
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    Just hypothetically, go with some famous people for the band.

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