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    Default The Well CXII: Woemoejack

    Whatcha want to know?

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    Default Re: The Well CXII: Woemoejack

    So tell us about your username. I've got to be honest. When I see a post from you I read your name as wolfmanjack.

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    its not that interesting really... I just kinda came up with it years back and it stuck with me. Most people have to do a double-take to read it right, but you get used to it. I use it for every username I ever need, it is odd enough to ensure that I always get the username i want for ANY website/service. I have yet to sign up for anything with this username and see it has been taken already.
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    Ever had a SG? Do you like SG's?
    Just broke out my Les Paul, and Im not getting it with the '80 SG. Maybe some different pickups? Maybe its casue its a walnut body..casue Ive got PAf style pickups in the SG, and the Les Paul totally blows it away.
    I'm thinking maybe some real high output distortion pickups.
    It aint ike ypou can fault a Paf 60's SG, I mean, look at AC/DC.
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    What is your favorite cereal?

    Post a picture of your favorite tie/bowtie.

    Top 5 list of celebrity women (or men) that you want to take to poundtown.

    Favorite toppings on a pizza.

    Favorite color.

    Favorite 5 animals.

    Favorite place to travel.

    Are you into firearms? If so what do you have?
    Oh balls...

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    Actually yes, i've owned a few SG's. my main guitar is a Gibson SG special, Custom 5 and 59n and 500k pots. you may need a pickup change to the Sg talkin to you, i've been through 5 different pickups trying to get this thing to sing better and it totally does now. i tried a burstbucker pro, Duncan JB, Duncan Distortion, Lawrence xl500, and the stock 498t before settling on the C5. your experience may differ, as i have zero time with walnut guitars under my belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    What is your favorite cereal?

    Post a picture of your favorite tie/bowtie.

    Top 5 list of celebrity women (or men) that you want to take to poundtown.

    Favorite toppings on a pizza.

    Favorite color.

    Favorite 5 animals.

    Favorite place to travel.

    Are you into firearms? If so what do you have?
    1. Favorite cereal has to be Cracklin Oat bran. Never gets soggy and enough fiber to keep tha duke flowing.

    2.

    3. Scarlett Johannson, rachel Weisz, Christina Hendricks, Isla Fisher, Kate Beckinsale

    4. pizza- canadian bacon, sausage, pepperoni, bell pepper, tomato

    5. Daphne Blue

    6. My two dogs Lady and Louann, Penguins, Cows, and Bears

    7. Rome, and my inlaws ranch

    8. I only have one gun, Remington 1100 12 guage, all black synthetic trim and stock. Used for hunting dove. Maybe getting a handgun soon...
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    You have an unlimited supply of cash (available in whatever currency necessary), and a machine to transport you to whatever time or place you desire, where you will be unobserved.

    What moment in musical history do you want to visit?

    Beatles at Cavern Club?
    Jimi at Woodstock?
    Led Zep in the studio recording "Stairway"?
    Elvis live in the TV studio, when they took his picture from the belt up?

    Use your imagination...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginormous View Post
    You have an unlimited supply of cash (available in whatever currency necessary), and a machine to transport you to whatever time or place you desire, where you will be unobserved.

    What moment in musical history do you want to visit?

    Beatles at Cavern Club?
    Jimi at Woodstock?
    Led Zep in the studio recording "Stairway"?
    Elvis live in the TV studio, when they took his picture from the belt up?

    Use your imagination...
    I would go back and see Jeff Buckley before he passed away. Then I would love to be a fly on the wall during the recording sessions of any Beatles, Radiohead, Sunny Day Real Estate, or Bjork album.

    Other than musical events, I would want to see how in the hell the pyramids, stonehenge, and the Easter Island statues were constructed.
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    You're flying over some distant mountains when your plane goes down. By some fluke of nature all people on the plane survived. Two part question . . . how long do you wait for rescue before resorting to cannibalism, and how do you pick who you eat?

    Apocalypse comes and you're short on food and trapped in your own neighborhood. Who on your street do you kill and eat first, and why?

    You are a master chef working at a busy restaurant but times are tough . . . you don't have enough money to buy meat one day, but you discover that your best waitress has accidentally been locked in the walk in freezer and frozen to death. How do you prepare the carcass in order to avoid insurance problems and make it tasty enough for your diners that evening?

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    How come I always thought you were much older than 27?
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarStv View Post
    You're flying over some distant mountains when your plane goes down. By some fluke of nature all people on the plane survived. Two part question . . . how long do you wait for rescue before resorting to cannibalism, and how do you pick who you eat?
    Assuming I and no one else on the plain have no hunting/gathering skills, once the limited resources that were left undamaged by the plain crash are consumed, I’d give it a 2 week maximum period before anyone resorted to eating other people. Starvation and delusion set in quick in a hopeless situation like that. I would pick the weaker and older individuals to eat first, less of a struggle would mean less energy spent taking down the prey.

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    Apocalypse comes and you're short on food and trapped in your own neighborhood. Who on your street do you kill and eat first, and why?
    I would begin with the pets first, then I would take out the single person households first. No wife or husband to get in the way means easier, faster, and quieter kills. Then I would take out the elderly couple next door, half motivated by my jealousy of their perfect lawn.

    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarStv View Post
    You are a master chef working at a busy restaurant but times are tough . . . you don't have enough money to buy meat one day, but you discover that your best waitress has accidentally been locked in the walk in freezer and frozen to death. How do you prepare the carcass in order to avoid insurance problems and make it tasty enough for your diners that evening?
    Every meat I used from the body would be ground up; it is easier to hide meat quality in this manner and with enough seasoning and additional stuff you’d think you were eating ground sirloin. As far as the items I would make… gourmet style sliders (mini burgers), a chili of some kind, sloppy joes, tacos, human meatloaf. Endless possibilities…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    How come I always thought you were much older than 27?
    Not sure. I don't try to hide my age by acting overly mature do I? If I do, accept this as more reason to believe I am in my mid-to-late twenties: Fart, beer, ****...
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    Everyone loves a little gear pron. Here are my toys. Enjoy








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    Oh, this is you!



    I remember seeing this photo here but I couldn't remember whos it was. That's a beautiful ****ing picture. It certainly fuels my machine, anyway.

    What do you think of the Tiny Terror?
    I remember calloused hands and paint-stained jeans, and I remember safe-as-houses self-belief.

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    The TT is cool for what it is. I think it is best suited to be played loud, with little gain dialed in on the amp, and then driven with an OD or light distortion pedal as needed. I find the sound a tad buzzy when you use alot of the amps built in gain, especially at higher volumes. Its a cool amp, but I would look at the other low wattage heads out there for more versatile sounds and controls.
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    Hey Woemoe, when you pass the well on... give it to Phil Ressler.
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    wow, I've had this for about 2 days and you're already thinking about someone you'd rather hear from... not that I blame you, I'd rather talk to Duncan's CEO too.
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    That Linux penguin tie is lame.

    Top 5 forum members and why?

    What other forums to you visit?

    I know you are a beer snob, but what about hard liquor? What do you like?

    Is everything bigger in Texas?

    Have you seen where Dimebag is buried since you live in Arlington? Was it a humbling experience?

    Favorite TV shows?
    Oh balls...

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    I didn't know you were a beer snob . . . list your top 5 favorite beers!

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