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    Playing my LIII at the Hard Rock Cafe Boston

    Thought I'd share a little phone clip from last Friday. Bands been hard at work on our debut EP and since getting my Luke the engineer has had me redo all the leads! To say I love this guitar is an understatement!

    With Legends - Friday we were lucky enough to grace the...

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    Awesome job!

    I see you were the only one who got the memo about not wearing shorts on stage.

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    That was awesome! Totally agree on the shorts though. Unless you're playing on a beach where everyone is drinking margaritas, pants please!

    Wicked beard, too.
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    Thanks! I usually agree on the shorts thing, but pop punk-ish realm is a different animal. All the bands do it so I can't really fault them

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    Quote Originally Posted by thankyouebmm View Post
    Thanks! I usually agree on the shorts thing, but pop punk-ish realm is a different animal. All the bands do it so I can't really fault them
    (In old man dad voice): "if everyone jumped off a bridge.......".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    (In old man dad voice): "if everyone jumped off a bridge.......".
    Lol, thanks for the chuckle Greg.


    Nice stuff! Great to see the LIII in action. Bet that was a great night. Tons of energy!
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    The shorts are fine. Think Smash mouth, Angus Young.
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    Yea I mean if you watch the Ernie Ball concert vids from Warped Tour and such it's really opposite of other genres in that pants are actually the rarity. Either way thanks for the kind comments, it was a fun night. The Music Man Instagram account also shared my post of that same LIII; it's an amazing instrument!

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