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

    Quote Originally Posted by newking70 View Post
    when did you acquire a fetish for aged cheddar cheese? have you been to cheddar?
    I have indeed been to cheddar! That's where I had the best cheese I've ever tasted. It was bloody good!

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    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?
    I'd pick RuPaul, because its only 5 seconds and I could pretend it was someone else...

    (btw i had to google both of those)
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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
    I'd pick RuPaul, because its only 5 seconds and I could pretend it was someone else...

    (btw i had to google both of those)
    lol, I was considering adding links to both, but I figured it's your well, you'll have to work for it ahaha

    am I a dick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConvoysToNothingness View Post
    lol, I was considering adding links to both, but I figured it's your well, you'll have to work for it ahaha

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    I would say yes, but you have Monty Python in your avatar, so I forgive you
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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    hahahahaha right on.

    peanut butter and jelly, or peanut butter and banana?

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    tasty morning goodness
    comes in Canned, Homemade, Buttermilk, and CatHead


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    Quote Originally Posted by ConvoysToNothingness View Post
    hahahahaha right on.

    peanut butter and jelly, or peanut butter and banana?
    I don't like peanut butter

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    Mac
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    I currently live with my parents, but I'm moving out in October when my first term at university starts.
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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?

    are you enjoying your first tube amp?

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

    what are american biscuts called in england?
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    Quote Originally Posted by woemoejack View Post
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    You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?

    You ever rubbed another mans rhubarb?

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    What do you think about Virgil Donati?

    Is he you's guys Dave Weckl/Neil Peart/Mike Portnoy/?

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    Is it ok to ask your name? If so, what is it?
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    Default Re: The Well XCIV: What do Warmoth, Seymour Duncan, Laney and cheddar have in common?

    How would you define a Hot Karl?

    What is your name/quest/favorite color?

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

    What do you call an English Muffin? Is it just a Muffin? If so, is there an American Muffin?
    Did you cry when Sir Elton John was knighted?
    Are you in love with Robert Pattinson (<-- he's English)?

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    Do you like Pina Coladas?
    What about getting caught in the rain?
    Are you into yoga?
    Do you have half-a-brain.
    Do you like making love at midnight? In the dunes of the cape, maybe?

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

    Did you guys jam when you went to buy your Laney?

    If so how did you enjoy it?

    If you could wake up tomorrow morning in a different country, somewhere you don´t know anyone, guaranteed enough money to survive very comfortably playing guitar...where would it be and why?

    ...offer includes free flight back home (sorry, you´ve got to fly home) or contract extension after 6 months is up if you want to continue...Would you do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConvoysToNothingness View Post
    hahahahaha right on.
    peanut butter and jelly, or peanut butter and banana?
    gingrel; that's peanut butter and jam to us, mate.
    and WTF these guys mean by biscuits i don't know, and wouldn't hasten to google.
    on that... kingston or monte carlo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?
    You ever rubbed another mans rhubarb?
    nice one, i had a "you... are my number one-ah guy" moment earlier today

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

    Tell us more about your trip to Brighton, meeting Richard Parker and how you feel about the amp you bought that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woemoejack View Post
    are you enjoying your first tube amp?
    YES!!!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by tonefreak1527 View Post
    what are american biscuts called in england?
    I have no idea what american biscuits are...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?

    You ever rubbed another mans rhubarb?

    What are you doing in Uni? Why?

    Who's the hottest fat chick? Or the fattest hot chick?

    Are we soulmates?

    Are you getting bored of my questions? Should I stop?
    Yes, he's a very good dancer actually.

    No...

    Chemistry, because I enjoy it.

    The hottest fat chick I ever saw was this girl at college called Jenny...

    I don't think we are, Kam. Hate to break it to you mate

    No, please continue!

    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    What do you think about Virgil Donati?

    Is he you's guys Dave Weckl/Neil Peart/Mike Portnoy/?
    Sorry, never heard of him. A quick wiki tells me that he's australian, and plays with a band called Planet X.

    Mike Portnoy is awesome though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by formula73 View Post
    How would you define a Hot Karl?

    What is your name/quest/favorite color?
    I believe a "Hot Karl" is where one defecates into a sock and proceeds to hit someone with said sock.

    My name is Mike. My quest is to bring rock and roll to the masses. My favourite colour is red. But what, I ask you, is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow??

    Quote Originally Posted by speed2dirt View Post
    What do you call an English Muffin? Is it just a Muffin? If so, is there an American Muffin?
    Did you cry when Sir Elton John was knighted?
    Are you in love with Robert Pattinson (<-- he's English)?
    They're still called english muffins, but I never knew they existed until I came to america!

    I didn't, but I was too young to appreciate the significance.

    I'm indifferent to Robert Pattinson. I've never seen a film with him in.

    Quote Originally Posted by playas View Post
    Did you guys jam when you went to buy your Laney?

    If so how did you enjoy it?

    If you could wake up tomorrow morning in a different country, somewhere you don´t know anyone, guaranteed enough money to survive very comfortably playing guitar...where would it be and why?

    ...offer includes free flight back home (sorry, you´ve got to fly home) or contract extension after 6 months is up if you want to continue...Would you do it?
    Unfortunately there was no jam, Ritchie was busy with something I think.

    hmmm... That's a tough one. I'd probably say either Spain, because I love Spanish food and culture, or SoCal, just because I've always wanted to go there...

    I'd see how it was going, and if I felt that I wanted to stay, I'd do it.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    Tell us more about your trip to Brighton, meeting Richard Parker and how you feel about the amp you bought that day.
    The journey to Brighton itself was pretty uneventful, a 2 hour train journey, nothing special.

    When we (me and a friend I'd brought to help carry the amp) got to Ritchie's house he was outside waiting for us. A very pleasant chap, I must say. He showed us into his living room where the amp was set up and gave us a run-down of the features. He then left me to play around with the different channels and settings. I spent a while noodling on his strat and firebird, and then I handed over the cash and we lugged the beast back to the station.

    The amp itself is very nice, I'm really enjoying it. It certainly covers a lot of ground. One press of a footswitch and I can go from sparkling cleans or very slight 'Little Wing'-style crunch to full-on Wolfmother or Muse style saturation (which also works great for Sabbath). I'm loving the tube sound!
    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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