Monday, October 23, 2006

Michael J. Fox

This is great. Michael, I thank you for my mother.


Blogger Pogo said...

What an idiot - puts him in the same category as Dumya. If the damn cells are going to be destroyed anyway, why in the hell not put them to good use?

BTW, Minstrel, bought an Epi Sheraton II - Natural Finish, gold hardware - absolutely beautiful fit & finish, and it just feels good. The inlay work and binding is flawless, and the pickups sound great to my ears.

7:24 AM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

Great choice! That's a very versatile, all around axe which due to its design will be able to go to tone qualities at lower volumes that are not reachable by the solids. I would expect that there isn't very much at all on that model which isn't perfectly serviceable. The biggest advantage to spending the money for a guitar like that is that now you won't find yourself being held back trying to make progress as a player by the limitations of your instrument. Try mixing just a little bit heavy to the neck pick-up with the tone knob at about 6 add a touch of reverb and you're looking at BB King style tones.

Squelching the funds for stem cell research is one of the most reprehensible things the Republicans have done at the bidding of the christian right. As the son of a Parkinson's sufferer, every minute they force my mother to endure her condition to service their religious delusions infuriates me.

back to music though, have you decided to go with the Princeton? For your needs I think that would be the best bet.

9:19 AM  

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