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7 Apr 2008
Bad Religion played Saturday (4/5/2007) at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California. House of Blues is a small venue that fits a couple hundred people. It was awesome to be so close to this great band..you could see the sweat pouring out their faces. The set opened up with "21st Century Digital Boy", which got the crowd pumped up right away. The pit was going off with some moshing and crowd surfing. Everyone was pretty mellow (no fights) and that made the show very enjoyable. I was really happy that they covered a wide array of songs from all their albums and didn't just play songs from the new album. They picked 2-3 songs from several albums from what I could hear and some songs I never heard of (or don't remember hehe). Songs played that I recall:

Requiem For Dissent
Los Angeles Is Burning
New Dark Ages
Going For A Walk
The Answer
Generator
Against The Grain
American Jesus
Infected
Sorrow
The Grey Race

And a couple more I can't remember. Tickets were $25 USD....cheap for this show and venue. Drinks were outrageously expensive though!!! But that's to be expected. The triple guitar attack of BR was simply....amazing. The sound was awesome...my only gripe was it was hard to hear vocals, but maybe that was just the venue as the opening bands had vocal issues as well. I'd rather hear the lyrics than they being mixed in with the music as a din that you can barely hear and understand....Overall awesome show and Gregg Graffin really got the crowd pumped up and into the show. Gotta love his expressions and hand movements!
4 Apr 2008
Hadn't been on in a while and I noticed the new "Lessons By Instructors". Just wanted to say thanks! Been looking forward to something like this...Definetely makes it easier for us to find those lessons from our favorite instructors! Keep up the good job and thanks again!
4 Apr 2008
Hello,

I've been looking for some more description of the effect of changing treble, bass, mid, gain etc.... Looking for a more theoretical and hands on description of these settings. What is the effect of changing the settings and what do you get out of it??

Thanks a bunch!

If the info is need I have a Koch Multitone (http://www.koch-amps.com/) and Schecter C-1 30th Anniversary (http://www.schecterguitars.com/index.asp)
14 Dec 2007
I recentyl purchased a Koch Multitone (http://gguitars.com/komt100.html) amplifier. I use a phaser, wha pedal, and Boomerang phrase sampler. The amp comes with effects in and out jacks in the rear panel. My current setup is to wire everything in series through the Normal Input of the guitar amp in the front. Does this make sense? The manual is not clear on how to use the effects in of the amp in the rear although it mentions that stomp boxes can be hooked up that way. Does anyone have a comment or experience with this or setting up effects on amps with built in effects jacks. I hope my questions are clear enough.

Thank You!
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