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Ibanez TS9: The Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer is a reissue that's just like the original in so many ways. Same factory, same components, same housing, same famous seasick-green paint, and the same crankin' overdrive that made the original one of the all-time classic pedals. Guitar Player called it the best. Plug it in. Crank it up. You'll hear what all the fuss is about. Tone, drive, and level controls.
Tone down the colour and it all becomes about surface pattern and texture.
A detailed gear diagram of John Frusciante's 2001 Red Hot Chili Peppers stage setup that traces the signal flow of the equipment in his guitar rig.
Social/Political Posters. Imagery of the White dove flying to the word 'peace' with the letter 'A ' in red taking away from the word behind 'war' represent change. The use of the dove symbolises peace , holiness, godliness and hope.
A sword, Bow and arrows, axes, throwing knives, a mace, even a shield could be used as a bludgeon when you had the strength for it. But this? What kind of weapon was this? It wasn't a weapon, pure and simple. It was a musical instrument. Who received a Cello as a weapon?!?! At least a guitar you could swing like a bat, but this? What was I going to do? Serenade my enemies in the Annual Games? <<< very funny idea (not mine)
The Yamaha TX81Z was pretty much a DX7 without a keyboard. A fantastic little tone generator. Composed a great little ditty that I called "Godzilla" (nothing to do with Edgar Winter's version) because of the terrific distorted guitar patch on this baby. Loved it.
Rose gold highlights. Can't believe I've never seen this!? Wonder if it's achievable on my hair....