KingProgdor;2166774 said:Ahahaha, nice. I already have both of Transatlantic's albums, remember.
KingProgdor;2166796 said:I actually wouldn't mind that, even though I already own Brain Salad Surgery.
Fizzeler;2166784 said:Of course how about this gem
a21schizoidman;2166822 said:that was my first vinyl
KingProgdor;2166829 said:For me, both Rick Wakeman and Keith Emerson tie my number one spot for the best Progressive Rock keyboardists.
instantdeath999;2168069 said:Apparently, Jason Newsted will be joining Metallica on stage in the Rock and roll hall of fame induction. Pretty cool, I've always liked NEwsted.
Rockbandfan23467;2168092 said:Which members are getting inducted? I doubt Lloyd Grant, Ron McGovney and Dave Mustaine will, and slightly less doubt for Cliff and Robert, but ther rest are shoe-ins.
Rockbandfan23467;2168206 said:Kenny, any response?
instantdeath999;2168469 said:I'm guessing you were just late, but my response is above your post.Oh, and I just realized that the new Mastodon cd is out. How is it? I'm considering buying it, since it's really the only way I can show support.
Gowienczyk;2168535 said:I like it.Only way you can sample it, really?
instantdeath999;2168536 said:Well, I can easily get it by other means...
Gowienczyk;2168543 said:You act like those other means are bad things.
instantdeath999;2168547 said:Haven't had the best experience with those "other means", with multiple computer problems, although I would be in major debt if I didn't rely on them.
Gowienczyk;2168550 said:Stop relying on virus-bred programs like bearshare and limewire then.
instantdeath999;2168557 said:Never heard of bearshare, but I would listen on youtube before downloading from limewire
instantdeath999;2168666 said:I figure if I'm ever going to write music, I should at least know time signatures, know the difference between 3/4 and 4/4 time, etc. Anyone know a decent place for this? I know how to read a bit of sheet music, if that helps... but definitely don't enjoy doing it.Also, my gut tells me that what I am about to say will end up in the "Stupid things you've heard from others about music", but I would like to know. I get the basic idea of what a pick up s, however, I only have an acoustic, so I'm curious to know a few things about pick ups for when I get an electric.1. Are they easy to switch? 2. I'm assuming pick ups are an electric guitar exclusive thing, right? I've heard of something called a "Piezoelectric" pick up, but haven't been able to find much on what they are.
TheCrimsonSaint;2169137 said:They are easy enough, mostly just taking off some screws and knowing what wires from the PU are supposed to connect with the corresponding wires in the PU dock on the guitar body.Piezo's I know less about, but from what I do know they are some kind of non-electric thing (though you do find them in electrics from time to time) that are built into the bridge of the guitar.On time signatures, just find an orchestra composer. Also, your dislike of sheet music offends me.;)
kwami42;2169160 said:Piezoelectrics are devices that use electricity to directly influence movement, or vice versa (movement that creates electricity). Don't know how that translates to guitars though.