SteveB

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Foxmustang,

That is the sound of the battery-operated Roland Micro Cube!

That's why we're all amazed at the sound of that little sucker.

(Tommy's playing helps, for sure...) :D
 

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Is everyone else able to open all the files???

I can only open half of them. :(



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The ones I couldn't open are

Henry's Guitar Solo

John Ferraro's Drum Solo

Keith Baim's original song in the hotel room

Pete's Rockin Solo


Hey Pete!
Any chance of getting fixed files for us to view??? :)

We all appreciate you posting these up for everyone to see! They're awesome!
Especially for those of us who couldn't make to the O.H.



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fogman said:
The ones I couldn't open are

Henry's Guitar Solo

John Ferraro's Drum Solo

Keith Baim's original song in the hotel room

Pete's Rockin Solo


Hey Pete!
Any chance of getting fixed files for us to view??? :)

We all appreciate you posting these up for everyone to see! They're awesome!
Especially for those of us who couldn't make to the O.H.



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fogman- same here, those are the only ones I couldn't open.
 

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Thanks Pete!!!
You're the ginchiest!

BTW - From the vids that I did see, you rock my friend! Your hair style, facial expressions and stance while playing guitar is quite a bit like Mr. Petrucci himself! ;)
 

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fogman said:
Thanks Pete!!!
You're the ginchiest!

BTW - From the vids that I did see, you rock my friend! Your hair style, facial expressions and stance while playing guitar is quite a bit like Mr. Petrucci himself! ;)


Fogger, the vid clips are re-uploaded now - I was able to compress them to about half the file size they were before. :D

Thanks! I try and rock quite a bit - no tats or piercings, but I think I almost get the job done most of the time. Lots of guys on this forum REALLY rock - I just try.

And for the record, JP copied me with the hair and stance, except I'm a bit more animated and I move around when I'm onstage, given enough room :eek: I guess that's because I don't play complicated stuff. I have a vid clip somewhere of me at a gig 5-6 years ago doing the duck-walk like Angus Young during a cover of Highway To Hell.

Oh, I also hit wrong notes both on guitar and vocally with reckless abandon, so there are a few differences!
(I blame it on the liquid courage)
 
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Thanks Pete!!!

Awesome Vids!

Yes you do move way more than JP!!!
He could use to move around a LOT more.
 

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SteveB said:
That is the sound of the battery-operated Roland Micro Cube!

That's why we're all amazed at the sound of that little sucker.

(Tommy's playing helps, for sure...) :D
That's thing's insane :) I saw the Cube, but thought for sure there was some processor on the floor I couldn't see.
 

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NickDuBaldo said:
::: donations are accepted to buy me a tripod ::: :p



Thanks for putting them up Pete.

Hey Nick....thanks for being the photographer...you did a great job!
 

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Bass-sic said:
Hey Nick....thanks for being the photographer...you did a great job!
Also, thanks from TNT and I for covering the vocal chores! It took a helluva lot of nerve (or balls) to get up there in front of everybody (and the cameras), and belt it out the way you did!

You have our respect! :cool:
 

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Question:

In the video of Keith Baim playing his original song in the hotel, what is that black thing attached to the headstock of the Luke????
 

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foggy,

I'm guessing it's one of those devices that are supposed to increase sustain. (They say if you add mass at the headstock you get more sustain.)
 
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