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NCD: Heritage content
DC Ron - A minute ago
Forgot to put in that it's a Panasonic DMC-LX7. Awesome Leica lens and lots of manual...
pressure - Today, 01:17 AM
Move into Lyles house.
Heritage H-150 "12 of 2002" Limited Anniversary Edition
yngwieaddict - Today, 12:51 AM
Not fair to tease me with this GM !!!!!!!!!!!! :laughing6:Awesome guitar !!!!
1998 Heritage H535 Almond Sunburst w/ OHSC
Gillnetter - Today, 12:23 AM
Someone is getting a real beauty!
NCD: Heritage content
Gitfiddler - Today, 12:21 AM
Ron~ Your Sweetie resting peacefully among the leaves is the perfect shot. Continue to poin...
So...I'd become a slave to the camera phone for a couple of years. Pics often turned out ok enough, but they often did not. I grew up with SLR's but no longer have the patience for the bulk, so decided to check out "compact" cameras.. Found one I like ok so far. The images in the "super dummy" mode are awesome. Here's an example. Gotta rake those leaves...
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Firstly, happy Thanksgiving! Second, I hope this is an acceptable place for this thread.
I'm interested in sound proofing a room in my place. I live in a single family home, however I do not own the place so I'm unable to do any heavy duty stuff like tear down walls and add insulation. There is a wide variety of materials available for sound proofing and many of these are marketed specifically for that purpose. Those specifically-marketed items tend to be very expensive. (Acoustical foam vs. generic egg crate mattress tops; acoustical blankets vs. generic thick blanket from walmart / craigslist).
Does anyone have any experience with these materials? I have a new H157 coming and I desperately want to buy a tube but even 1 watt is much too loud when the master is turned up past 4 (my girlfriend works from home). If I have to, I'll settle for a good modeling amp with/without headphone as necessary but I'm sure I don't have to tell any of you that this would be suboptimal, especially considering I don't gig or routinely play anywhere outside my home.
So in sum I'm hoping to do a sound-proofing job (without ripping down walls) effective enough to play through a 1 watt tube amp in my home without making my girlfriend want to break my face and/or guitar while she works. To further add to my nit-pickyness, I would like to avoid attenuators if possible. Is anyone able to help me have my cake and eat it, too?
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Just find this beauty, 2002 limited run.... (did you know how much guitars were build for this limited edition ????)
Hope she's got the mojo, but the look is awesome !!!!!!!
Killer top and ebony fretboard....
Will get it end of next week...
Some pics of this cute Heritage ;-)
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