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  1. favorite band (besides zeppelin)?

    what is your favorite band(s) besides led zep? my personal faves are oasis, the beatles, and radiohead. yours?
  2. Hello there, I'm writing here because I'm looking for someone that owns Jas Obrect's book "Masters of Heavy Metal". I just need a simple information: since I'm working on a university thesis in philosophy (aesthetics) about heavy metal and I've found on the Robert Walser's "Running with the devil" a quote from Obrecht's book (Ozzy Osbourne talking about Randy Rhoads), I'm quoting Ozzy's words but I need to quote the bibliography. I've found everything about the book except one info: the pages of the essay about Randy Rhoads. If you've got the Quill 1984 edition, may I ask you to tell me what is the first and the last page of the essay about Randy? I think it's something around 174\182, but I need the precise informations. Thank you very much and I'm sorry if I've bothered you in any way. Best regards!
  3. We're kind of a new band, but have plenty of experience between each of us. We're based out of Southampton, England and we're called Superdrone - our sound is stadium drone rock/blues, with a zeppelin-like attitude. These are 3 pro to-type tracks, if you will, until we're overall happy. I'm the drummer, btw! Would love any feedback, or suggestions. (First Three) SUPERDRONE: Enjoy!
  4. Telecaster?

    Hello. It has often been stated by historians and fans alike that Mr. Page only used his famous "Dragon" 1959 Rosewood Neck Telecaster, aided along with Sola Sound MKII Tonebender (modified with three OC81Ds by the legendary Roger Mayer) and a 1690T Surpo Corando Amplifier (modded from a 2x12 to a 1x12 by a roadie) for the FIRST 2 LED ZEPPELIN STUDIO ALBUMS. My ears do not agree with such statements. Page acquired a 1958 Gibson Les Paul from Joe Walsh during late April of 1969, since his "Dragon" Telecaster supposedly malfunctioned. So naturally, we would assume here that: "Case closed: Page never owned or used a Telecaster after April of 1969, since he was always seen around this period with that 1958 Les Paul he bought from Joe Walsh." But then, again, many of those same sources state that Page recorded the famous "Stairway To Heaven" guitar solo with his "Dragon" Telecaster. The same one which was supposedly not in use after late April of 1969. So, maybe Page did use the Telecaster longer than we would all assume. Yes, that is very much so. At least my ears say so. When I hear: Immigrant Song, Celebration Day (In breif sections, like the lead guitar solo), Out On The Tiles (again, in brief sections, like on the closing riff), Rock and Roll (the lead guitar solo), Stairway to Heaven (The six string part and lead solo), When The Levee Breaks (the six string overdubs, and the regularly tuned slide parts), The Song Remains The Same (the six string lead guitar solos), The Rain Song (in breif sections, like the "heavy" section), Over The Hills and Far Away (the six string electric rhythm guitar, because the solo sounds awfully like a Les Paul), Dancing Days (most of it), D'yer M'aker, No Quarter (the rhythm part sounds like a fuzzed-up Tele, and the solo sounds like a Fender Stratocaster, but CAN be a potential Telecaster), The Ocean, Houses of The Holy, In The Light (Lead part), Down by The Seaside, Achilles Last Stand (in brief sections), Royal Orleans (in brief sections), Nobody's Fault But Mine (In brief lead parts), Candy Store Rock (in a lot of brief moments), Hots on Nowhere (in brief sections), Tea For One (in brief moments), and most of In Through The Outdoor, I tend to feel that the 1959 Telecaster>Surpo>Tonebender combo was being in use, instead of the much talked about Les Paul. Could anybody confrim these to be true?
  5. Tech Corner

    Sony's 185 Terabyte Cassette Imagine storing all the media you'll ever need for your entire lifetime on one tape.
  6. BEST book on LZ?

    Just finished reading Barney Hoskins' oral history of LZ and was left disappointed. Not enough on the CREATION of the music and perhaps too many unsubstantiated accounts of bad behavior, especially from John Bonham. It got me thinking: what would the LZ community here consider the BEST overall book on LZ? Thanks for sharing!
  7. Hello, I am trying to learn Key to the highway / Trouble in mind from the LZIII Companion Disc on guitar and vocals. I am still a newbie, so I can't pull it off by ear. Does anyone know the: - guitar tuning? I've read open G but I'm not sure. - chords (or tabs looks more like it) - lyrics? (I know the lyrics to the standard, but Robert throws in a few working ad libs for justice ("I eat my breakfast...") I'd greatly appreciate any help you guys and girls could offer! Thanks in advance. PS: Used the search function to no avail. If this has been already asked and answered, please feel free to delete.
  8. April 20 is not only Earth Day and the pot-smokers' holiday '4/20', but also Record Store Day nationwide across the U.S.A. This is my kind of Retail Therapy and after the past week, I could use some therapy. Here's the main website, where you can search for participating stores in your area and see various videos relating to the event: http://www.recordstoreday.com/Home Here is a downloadable PDF that lists every special release that will be on sale tomorrow: http://download.recordstoreday.com/free/RSD_2013_RELEASES_WEBSITE.pdf I will be hitting as many record stores as I can tomorrow: High Fidelity, Rockaway, Counterpoint, Canterbury's, and of course, Amoeba's, where they will have special guest dj's spinning in the store during the day, including Jeff McDonald from Redd Kross and Lucinda Williams. TypeO, you should know that there will be a special coloured vinyl 7" with Deep Purple's original and Type-O Negative's cover version of "Highway Star" on each side. Record Store Day Video Preview #1: Record Store Day Video Preview #2:
  9. Just a Guitar and Me...

    Hi, I am starting a new thread on guitars. Im just starting out in playing. Would love to learn what other musicians have to teach, and make a few new friends as I start this journy. If you have advice, tab you want to share... info on new guitars and the latest equipment, lets talk! Hopefully this will go over well. Cheers..
  10. Weird guitar song

    May be off topic but I found this guitar harmonics video on YT. Kind weird but starting to grow on me