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19 Apr 2014
Well I finally decided that Ive earned a new les paul smile.gif Ive been practicing hard these last couple of years and made some good progress so its only fair!
The store we were at was really cool, a full wall of les pauls, Ive never actually seen so many in one place. I wish I had a couple of grand to spend coz I would have took their lemon burst standard rolleyes.gif

Anyways, I got the 70's tribute. mahogany body, maple cap, mahogany neck with the 70s volute, witch hat knobs, grover tuners and 2 dirty fingers humbuckers.
Its the bomb! the pickups are hot as hell and just pure growl away like a beast. The rosewood fretboard is really cool as well because on my old LP the rosewood is really dark but this one is really bright in comparison, fits in with the sunburst really well.

The action was a tad high but the guy lowered it and set it up there and then which was awesome. It plays really well.

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The first riff I played on it was 'fire and water' by Free, I thought it was the most suitable song to play on a 70s tribute guitar smile.gif

5 Apr 2014

So my mate bought one of these a couple of weeks ago and just brought it round to my place tonight. OMG! what a lovely guitar indeed!
Ive never played a suhr before but this was really amazing to play. When he popped the case and I saw the guitar, I gotta say it really is quite a stunning sight. I wish they weren't so expensive, I'd totally get one.

anyone else played Suhrs much? I was really impressed.
25 Feb 2014
I got this brilliant new book recently by Dayal Patterson called "Black Metal - Evolution of the cult". If you are into books about metal and that kind of thing I highly recommend it. Also anyone who liked the book 'Lords of chaos' then you'll definitely like this one too.
Basically it chronicles all the important bands / figures in the creation and development of black metal. Amazing interviews with Hellhammer, VON, Sameal, Blashphemy, Beherit.... and ALL the others smile.gif where they talk about the circumstances around their first releases and demos.
Some great unreleased and rare band photos and scans of demo tapes as well.
Really cool glimpse into the people behind the pseudonyms and what sort of stuff was happening as they put their bands together.

you can get it from amazon or if you go direct to the author I think you can still get autographed copies, which I got, it's kinda cool smile.gif
Here's a few pics of my copy. Im only about a quarter of the way through and just got to the formation of Mayhem.

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ermahgerd blerk mertl!!!
1 Jan 2014
Just thought I'd mention the current drive on indiegogo by GMC member 'The Uncreator', for those who might not be aware of it.
He's looking to fund the distribution etc of his 2nd CD.
Interval 02: Parallel Infinities, The Abscinded Universe
I have the first album and was really impressed with it, kinda blew me away when I first heard it tbh and from what Ive heard of this album it sounds even better smile.gif So if anyone is into progressive death metal space operas ( and quite frankly, who isnt! ) ....... I highly recommend checking it out smile.gif also, Im quite certain that girls will be impressed if you play it for ( at ) them.

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