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    Default The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    I love them all!!!

    I started a thread asking what happened to The Well, and this was my punishm- errr... reward!

    Fire away!!
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    and the rock and roll still burns in me

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Tea and Biscuits? Do you indulge or am I stereotyping American?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rowan View Post
    Tea and Biscuits? Do you indulge or am I stereotyping American?
    I don't like tea, but I am a huge fan of T.E.A. (Traditional English Ale).

    Does anyone not like biscuits??
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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    What are "biscuits"...in your terminology... Are they like cookies or our biscuits?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Exactly what is a gingrel?

    Stack or combo?

    Single-coil or humbucker?

    Fender fanboy, Gibby geek, proud pawnshopper or frankenbuilder?

    Bagels or scones? Butter or creme cheese?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by darnright View Post
    What are "biscuits"...in your terminology... Are they like cookies or our biscuits?

    --dave
    Biscuits in my terminology are probably what you would call cookies or crackers.

    What are biscuits in your terminology??
    Ministers and superstars
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    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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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by ginormous View Post
    Exactly what is a gingrel?

    Stack or combo?

    Single-coil or humbucker?

    Fender fanboy, Gibby geek, proud pawnshopper or frankenbuilder?

    Bagels or scones? Butter or creme cheese?
    Gingrel was a name I thought up for my RuneScape character when I was about 13 or so. I then started using it as an online alias, and it's stuck.

    Combo. More portable, and nobody really needs a full stack with todays PA equipment.

    I like singles and buckers, preference depends on what I want to play.

    I think if I had to choose one of those, it would be frankenbuilder, on account of my Warmoth.

    scones. butter.
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    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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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Crumpets or english muffins?

    Vox or Marshall?

    Coronation Street or Fawlty Towers?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by ConvoysToNothingness View Post
    Crumpets or english muffins?

    Vox or Marshall?

    Coronation Street or Fawlty Towers?
    Crumpets

    Marshall (but I have a soft spot for AC30's as well...)

    Fawlty Towers
    Ministers and superstars
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    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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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    As I suspected.

    What's with the fabled English "warm beer"? Do people actually drink warm beer anymore?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Cheddar?! Is that really your favourite cheese?

    Desert Island. One guitar. One amp. One pedal. One chick. Go.

    How is Gingrel even pronounced? I always pronounce the middle G as a soft G, is this right?

    Who is your absolute favourite artist of all time? It doesn't have to be a guitarist. Hell, it doesn't even have to be a musician.

    What's the most scared you've ever been?

    What question should I have asked you but didn't?
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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gingrel View Post

    What are biscuits in your terminology??
    Disgusting most of the time.



    Who's in the avatar?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by ConvoysToNothingness View Post
    As I suspected.

    What's with the fabled English "warm beer"? Do people actually drink warm beer anymore?
    With bitter or ale, its seldom refrigerated. It's not warm, but its not particularly cold either. Lager is served chilled.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    Cheddar?! Is that really your favourite cheese?

    Desert Island. One guitar. One amp. One pedal. One chick. Go.

    How is Gingrel even pronounced? I always pronounce the middle G as a soft G, is this right?

    Who is your absolute favourite artist of all time? It doesn't have to be a guitarist. Hell, it doesn't even have to be a musician.

    What's the most scared you've ever been?

    What question should I have asked you but didn't?
    Cheddar is my favourite cheese. A good, mature cheddar, not shop-bought stuff though...

    Right at this moment, I'd say my Warmoth Explorer (Mahogany, maple/rosewood neck, P-Rails, triple shots, piezo), Laney VC50, Boss Blues Driver. Chick... Emma Watson

    It is pronounced "Ging" "Grel" (the capital G's are hard)

    My absolute favourite artist... I'm torn between 3. The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. Leaning towards Floyd though...

    Probably when I did a "Leap Of Faith" in October. I had to climb a tall, wobbly pole and then stand on the top and jump to a trapeze. The standing up at the top was pretty bad.

    You haven't asked me about the guitar in my avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by chopstherocker View Post
    Disgusting most of the time.



    Who's in the avatar?
    Me!
    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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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    you ever drink Bailey's from a shoe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woemoejack View Post
    you ever drink Bailey's from a shoe?
    No...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingrel View Post
    No...
    Why not?

    And what about that sexy guitar in your avatar then, lad?
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    Why not?

    And what about that sexy guitar in your avatar then, lad?
    Nobody ever offered me Baileys in a shoe!!

    That sexy guitar is my Ibanez AEL40SE. It has a solid spruce top and sycamore back and sides. I've never seen any company other than Ibanez use sycamore, and I really dig the tone from all the sycamore guitars I've tried.

    I really don't see why people bash Ibanez acoustics, but maybe its just that I have a very nice one...
    Ministers and superstars
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    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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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    when did you acquire a fetish for aged cheddar cheese? have you been to cheddar?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gingrel View Post
    No...
    Do you wanna go to a club where they wee on each other?

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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    If you were threatened at gunpoint, and whether you lived or died depended on you making a choice between spooning with Rosie O'Donnell for a night or making out with RuPaul for 5 seconds, what would you pick?

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