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Discussion in 'Social Events and Get Togethers [BG]' started by 4Mal, Dec 17, 2007.
The Crackertones at
Duff's Garage 12/20
Dublin Pub 12/21
Drop in - say Hey!
Yo, is there a cover for the Dublin Pub gig?
I saw Mal's band last Friday at Dante's, opening for the Red Elvises. Good times, comradeskis...
I'll be at one of them for sure!!!
Last gigs with the Crakertones for you Mal??
I'll see what I can do to get down there. I wasn't a huge fan of the band as a whole, but I'll go to hear Mal.
BTW Mal, I played the DSP for the first time in a band context at Eric's gig last weekend, and it sounded fantastic in the mix, IMO. What a TONE!
Truth to be known - Bart - I'm in the same boat LOL ... It's fun enough but not really me. and yeah the D in DSP stands for Dominator!
I believe there are covers so - getting in the door early and beating the cover guy would be good planning ...
Thursday 12/20 @ Duffs 8:00 to 10:30
Friday 12/21 @ The Dublin Pub 7:00 to 9:30
What time is your Dublin Pub gig?
7 to 9:30 (must be another band after us ?) either that or they fold up the sidewalks early in that part of town.
.. and don't you be counting dropped notes and clams damn it ... (or if you do, don't share the number with me - a guy has to keepo his dreams after all...)
It looks like I don't have to work Friday night now, so Kerri and I will probably make it. What's the address on the Dublin Pub?
I'm going to try to grab Bart as well. C'mon Bart, do it! We can smoke cigars there and stuff.
The Dublin's address...
dude - you're awake? I never made Tom Grant last night - stayed in and did a rippin tomatillio, shallot, garlic and chipotle thing - definately not fit for public display afterwards ... we won't actually mention what was rippin' of course... this being a family site and all ...
Hopefully see you in the next few nights... got Tums?
Thanks for making it out guys!
No problemo. Glad to come out and support a fellow TBer. For all you folks looking for entertainment tonight, these guys are a "recommend."
Of course, how can they miss with our friend carrying the "low-end."
We had a great time. Nice tunes and good beer! Sorry we had to cut out so early... but getting up at 6 AM ain't too fun after a night of loud music and many beers. Damn, we're getting old.
Just a note... you guys will be playing at the Dublin Pub tonight with the Boys Next Door. They have been the house band there for over a decade. I remember them back during college when we used to drink quite heavily there. Good times! I wish I could tell you the music was good, but I honestly don't remember. The BEER and LADIES were good, that I DO remember. Hmmm, how did I get home.........
well tonight is my last as a Crackertone as I pass the torch to Robert. I'm comfortable that I leave them in good hands!
Dude - I had a conference call with a po'd client at 6 this morning and I had to stay for the second set... I went a little easy on the beer's though but then I had to trek back to Gorge'istan? ... Underwood'istan ? Skamania'stan ? well the sticks anyway ...
I was meaning to ask you - know anybody in Portland that will strip the monster poly finish from my MIM Precision Special - I have the hot's for soemthing in Seafoam Green and wshile I could just spray over the white... somehow the complete refin seems like a mo' betta approach - this from someone who know's how to apply wipe on poly - badly ... or in other words nothing about refinishing ...
Cool, glad another TB'er got the gig.
Mal, how'd the 21012L do?
Dunno how Mal felt operating it but from out in the house it was Yyyyyuuuummmmmyyyyyy!!!!!
As we suspected, the 21012 is probably a better fit than the 410 for my particular style and tone. They are two of the best cab's I've ever played through but for my taste the 21012 is the pick.
And of course that it is 30 or so lbs lighter doesn't hurt - not a bit!
Not my specialty... I only know a thing or two about industrial coatings (plating, metal lacquer and powder coating). But, you could give Mike Doolin of Doolin Guitars a call. He's a luthier in Portland that would know exactly how to get to where you want to be concerning finishes on instruments. Hell of a nice guy too! I met him through an acquaintance of mine (Robert Brown aka Robert Rude).