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    What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen Warmoth Telecaster hurled at a 45-degree angle from your current home towards the birthplace of Oscar-winning Canadian actress Anna Paquin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmandude123455 View Post
    if u could play anywhere in the world with any guitar where and what would it be???

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    I'd probably want to play an acoustic set in a park with my friends. Not with my acoustic though, its horrible. I don't know much about acoustics but maybe a Martin.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie Sammler View Post
    What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen Warmoth Telecaster hurled at a 45-degree angle from your current home towards the birthplace of Oscar-winning Canadian actress Anna Paquin?
    The velocity depends on how hard its hurled.

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    So, how hard would you hurl it? Paquin just called; she wants to know when to expect her Telecaster.

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    She can have the telecaster when she pries it out of my cold dead hands.

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    Fair enough. If you were sending a new guitar to a budding player who'd never owned one before (as an act of charity, let's say), what would you send, and why?

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    Who's your favorite jazz artist?
    Wes Montgomery is the cat.

    New quote finally:
    "You can check the inherent resonance of an acoustic guitar by farting into the soundhole."
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    A cheap acoustic, something good enough to hold tune but something that wouldn't need to be babied, would make them work at it to build up finger strength and that they wouldn't be afraid to let their friends play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El CHupacabra View Post
    Who's your favorite jazz artist?
    I don't have one. I've barely ever listened to jazz and have never really gotten in to it. If there was a bit more rock in jazz I could enjoy it probably, combine the energy and driving beat of rock with the interesting note choices of jazz.

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    ^ I shall say with faces what words cannot.





    What do you think about the old blues?
    Wes Montgomery is the cat.

    New quote finally:
    "You can check the inherent resonance of an acoustic guitar by farting into the soundhole."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibanezrocks View Post
    If there was a bit more rock in jazz I could enjoy it probably, combine the energy and driving beat of rock with the interesting note choices of jazz.
    Have you tried Al DiMeola? Elegant Gypsy is a great place to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie Sammler View Post
    Have you tried Al DiMeola? Elegant Gypsy is a great place to start.
    I'll look in to that.

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    What do you want to be when you grow up?

    Where would you like to live?

    What is your greatest aspiration/dream?

    What is your greatest fear/apprehension?
    I started out with nothing...and I still have most of it left.

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    This spring I'll be graduating from Electrical Engineering, so its safe to say I'll be working as an Electrical Engineer.

    I'll most likely stay in Winnipeg since my family is here. I have considered pursuing a job with HP or Intel in Costa Rica, as well as Australia seems to intrigue me for some reason.

    My greatest aspiration is to get a Master's degree. If it weren't for the need to actually make some money finally I'd be doing it right away. As it stands I plan on working and saving up for 5 years, at which point my car will be paid off, then going back to school.

    My greatest fear would probably be a head injury resulting in significant memory loss.

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    If you could spend one afternoon with a dead guy, who would it be?
    Wes Montgomery is the cat.

    New quote finally:
    "You can check the inherent resonance of an acoustic guitar by farting into the soundhole."
    -sosomething

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibanezrocks View Post

    Weather wise I should add that there's usually snow for about 5 months although its only really cold for about 3 months. Usually in January there's a few weeks where it'll hover around -40. Interestingly enough its now almost the end of November, there's no snow and I have yet to even wear a jacket. I have no idea what's going on this year.


    Very interesting post - thanks for telling me about where you live.


    Oddly enough, it's been a relatively chilly fall for us. The idea of -40 degree temperature makes my balls wanna shrink inside my body, haha. I've never dealt with negative temperature before. One of my closest friends used to live in Alberta, and the Canadian winters he would tell me about genuinely freaked me out, haha.


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    Are you a tone chaser, or do you just grab it out of the case and plug in?

    How has you playing improved/worsened over the years?

    What's your dream amp, effects, etc. rig?

    Tell us about your "bucket list" (things you'd like to do before you die).

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    Quote Originally Posted by El CHupacabra View Post
    If you could spend one afternoon with a dead guy, who would it be?
    I'm not sure, the first answer that pops in to my head is Hendrix but I'm not sure that would be safe at all. Unless of course the fact that he died from drugs turned him off them once he was reincarnated...

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    Do you like living there? Are there any other places in the world you'd want to live in?
    I do enjoy living here for the most part but the winters do ruin it a little. If I didn't have family here I probably wouldn't stay here and would leave for somewhere warmer like the west coast.

    Quote Originally Posted by ginormous View Post
    Are you a tone chaser, or do you just grab it out of the case and plug in?

    How has you playing improved/worsened over the years?

    What's your dream amp, effects, etc. rig?

    Tell us about your "bucket list" (things you'd like to do before you die).
    I used to be much more of a tone chaser but I felt it hurt my playing. I didn't have time to obsess over my rig and practice much so now I basically just plug in, tune and start playing.

    My playing improved a lot last summer when I had time to play for a couple hours a day. I finally got in to shredding a bit this year when I started listening to Paul Gilbert.

    My dream amp is probably a Mesa Rect-o-verb. As for effects I'm not sure, I don't tend to use any but I do enjoy a big muff and would probably get some use out of a phaser.

    Bucket list: go skydiving, travel to England, beat Megaman 9, buy a house and have kids.

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    Where will you be when the big door swings open?

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    Is the world gonna end in 2012 like them Mayans said?
    Wes Montgomery is the cat.

    New quote finally:
    "You can check the inherent resonance of an acoustic guitar by farting into the soundhole."
    -sosomething

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    I have no idea what you mean.

    No.

    Sorry if I've been slow to respond, I came down with H1N1 yesterday and slept all afternoon and evening. I think I slept for about 13 of the last 17 hours.

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