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Friday, August 15, 2014

GAS List - Pedals & Miscellaneous


-Moog MF-104M Super Delay - €800
-Eventide H9 Max - €800
-Strymon BigSky - €450
-Pigtronix Infinity Looper - €450
-Pigtronix Echolution 2 Ultra Pro - €450
-Walrus Audio Bellwether - €350
-Strymon Flint - €300
-Walrus Audio Descent - €300
-EQD Transport Sr. - €275
-Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude - €250
-Blackout Effectors Cadavernous - €230
-Diamond Memory Lane Jr. - €210
-Catalinbread Talisman - €200
-Old Blood Black Fountain - €200
-Old Blood Procession - €200
-Moog MF Delay - €190
-EQD Afterneath - €190
-Catailnbread Echorec - €185
-Red Panda Context - €180
-Subdecay Super Spring Theory - €170
-Malekko Spring Chicken LTD - €160
-Boss PS-3 - €155
-Digitech Polara - €150
-Digitech Obscura - €150
-Boss RV-3 - €140


-Strymon Mobius - €430
-Toneczar Halophaze & Powerglide - €N/A
-Chase Audio Warped Vinyl & Wombtone MKII - €350
-Zvex Super Ringtone - €300
-Empress Phaser - €290
-Drybell Vibe Machine - €280
-Dr. Scientist Cosmichorus V3 - €270
-Subdecay Prometheus DLX - €260
-Empress Nebulus - €250
-Infanem Compact Faye Sing - €240
-Empress Tremolo2 - €210
-EQD The Rainbow Machine - €190
-EQD The Depths - €180
-Suhr Jack Rabbit - €180
-Digitech Ventura Vibe - €170
-Zvex Sonar - €170
-Coldcraft Harmonic Tremolo V2 - €170
-Subdecay Starlight Flanger V2 - €160
-Subdecay Vitruvian Mod - €150
-MXR Uni-Vibe - €100


-Kingsley Minstrel - €300
-Empress Multidrive - €250
-Empress Heavy - €250
-D*A*M Sonic Titan - €245
-Wren and Cuff Hangman-2D - €220
-Analog.Man Beano Boost Mini - €180
-Field Effects Manifold Drive - €175
-ARC Effects Soothsayer - €150
-Moog MF Drive - €150
-Fairfield Circuitry Barbershop V2 - €150
-Earthbound Audio Acid Pig - €140
-Catalinbread Foundation Overdrives - €135
-BAT Quantum Mystic & Black Sheep - €130
-smallsound/bigsound Mini - €130


-Hexe The Carrier III - €350
-Toneczar Vault - €350
-Rainger FX Dr. Frankenstein - €260
-EQD Hoof Reaper - €260
-D*A*M Meathead Deluxe - €240
-Skreddy Cognitive Dissonance MKIII - €200
-Paul Trombetta Mini Bone - €190
-Wren and Cuff Box of War - €190
-Basic Audio Scarab Deluxe - €180
-Skreddy P19 - €170
-OXFUZZ Hybrid - €160
-ARC Effects Big Green PI & Crimson King - €150
-Earthbound Audio Supercollider - €140
-Boss FZ-2 - €100
-Dunwich Fuzz - €N/A


-Disaster Area Amps DPC-5 - €350
-Hexe Revolver II - €300
-Hexe Bitcrusher III - €300
-Red Panda Particle - €250
-Empress Compressor - €250
-Dr. Scientist BitQuest - €250
-EHX B9 - €200
-EHX Nano POG - €200
-Iron Ether Subterranea - €175
-Earthquaker Devices Pitch Bay - €175
-Mission Engineering Expressionator - €170
-EHX Superego - €170
-Foxrox Octron - €160
-Zvex Loop Gate - €160
-Pigtronix Dual Expression - €150
-Subdecay Octasynth - €140
-Montreal Assembly Goodbye 24 - €100
-Empress Buffer - €80
-Fairfield Circuitry Operator?!
- €80
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Friday, August 15, 2014

GAS List - Guitars & Amplifiers

Current mood: drunk

Electric Guitars

-Electrical Guitar Company Chessie - €3200
-Nik Huber Krautster II - €3000
-Electrical Guitar Company Series Two - €2800
-Suhr Standard Pro - €2600
-Fano Standard ML6 - €2300
-Grosh Electrajet HSS - €2000
-PRS S2 Standard 24 Satin - €1250
-Godin 5th Avenue Uptown - €1200
-FGN J-Standard JFL-FM-HH - €1200
-ESP LTD SN-1000W Rosewood- €1100
-Bacchus Imperial - €1100

-Gibson Flying V 2016 Pro T - €1100
-FGN J-Standard Iliad JIL-Al-R - €1000
-Guild M-75 Aristocrat - €950
-FGN J-Standard JOS-FM-R - €900
-Reverend Sensei HB-FM - €950
-Gretsch G5422TDC Electromatic - €850
-Hagstrom Viking Baritone - €600

Acoustic Guitars

Furch G-20 CM - €1400
Martin 000-15M
- €1500


-Science Amplification Hellhawk 50 - €2000
-Tone King Falcon - €1800
-Fryette Deliverance 60 - €1800
-Supro Saturn Reverb - €1400
-Brunetti Singleman 16 - €1300
-Matamp Mini-Rock
- €750

-Fryette GP/DI
- €750
-Marshall Class 5 - €700
-Fryette Power Station - €650
-Orange Rocker 30 - €n/A


-Fryette Deliverance 4x12 - €1300
-Science 4x12 & OS2x12 - €N/A
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Thursday, January 03, 2013

GAS List - in respect of others'

-MotorAve Bel Aire - €5500
-Hufschmid H6 - €3000

-Fano Alt de Facto RB6 - €3000
-Nik Huber Krautster II - €3000
-Gibson Les Paul Custom SB - €3000
-Electrical Guitar Company Chessie - €2800
-Suhr Modern Satin Natural - €2100
-Wild Custom Wild One - €2000
-ESP LTD BW-1 Ben Weinman - €1450
-Mayones Setius GTM6 - €1350

-Reverend Pete Anderson PA-1 - €1300
-ESP SCT-607B - €1200
-Fender American Special Jazzmaster - €1100

-USA G&L SC-2 - €1000
-Guild M-75 Aristocrat - €950
-Gretsch G5422TDC Electromatic - €800
-Reverend Sensei Bob Balch - €800
-Hagstrom Viking Baritone - €600
-La Cabronita - €N/A

-Carr Rambler - €2700
-Fryette Deliverance 60 - €1700
-Dunwich Railway 15 1x12 - €1600
-Matamp GT1 - €1500
-Marshall Super Lead - €N/A
-Tone King Falcon
- €1500

-Matamp Mini-Rock - €650
-Orange Rocker 30 - €500

-Fryette Deliverance 4x12 - €1300
-Matmap 4x12 w/'Hot 100' - €1300
-Zilla Cabs OS 2x12 w/Tayden Retro 55- €500

-Toneczar Echoczar & Angelbaby - €900
-Eventide H9 - €490
-Strymon BigSky - €450
-Pigtronix Infinity Looper - €430
-Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe - €350
-EHX Deluxe Memory Man TT550 - €320
-Zvex Lo-Fi Loop Junky - €320
-Strymon Flint - €300
-EQD Transport Sr. - €275
-Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude - €250

-Diamond Memory Lane Jr. - €210
-Catailnbread Echorec - €185
-Red Panda Context - €180
-Boss PS-3 - €155
-Subdecay Spring Theory - €150
-Malekko Spring Chicken LTD - €150

-Strymon Mobius - €430
-Zvex Super Ringtone - €300
-Subdecay Starlight DLX - €320

-Toneczar Halophaze & Powerglide - €N/A
-Empress Phaser - €290
-Drybell Vibe Machine - €280
-Chase Audio Warped Vinyl - €275
-Dr. Scientist Cosmichorus V3 - €270
-Subdecay Prometheus DLX - €260
-Empress Nebulus - €250

-Infanem Compact Faye Sing - €240
-Empress Tremolo2 - €210
-EQD The Rainbow Machine - €180
-EQD The Depths - €165
-Zvex Sonar - €170
-MXR Uni-Vibe - €100

-Empress Multidrive - €250
-Empress Heavy - €250
-D*A*M Sonic Titan - €235
-Wampler Crush - €200
-Field Effects Manifold Drive - €150
-Fairfield Circuitry Barbershop - €140
-Catalinbread Overdrives - €N/A

-Toneczar Vault - €350
-Hexe The Carrier III - €350
-LAL Super Oscillo Fuzz - €300
-Skreddy Cognitive Dissonance MKIII - €260
-Rainger FX Dr. Frankenstein - €260
-EQD Hoof Reaper - €255
-D*A*M Meathead Deluxe - €240
-Skinpimp Buzzaround - €210
-Paul Trombetta Tornita - €190
-Wren and Cuff Box of War - €190
-WMD Geiger Counter Civilian Issue - €160
-OXFUZZ Hybrid - €160
-ARC Effects Big Green PI - €130
-Boss FZ-2 - €100
-Dunwich Fuzz - €N/A

-Disaster Area Amps DPC-5 - €350
-TWA Great Divide 2.0 - €350
-EHX POG2 - €300
-Hexe Revolver II - €300
-Hexe Bitcrusher III - €300

-EHX Micro Synthesizer - €240
-Red Panda Particle - €230
-Empress Compressor - €220
-Iron Ether Subterranea - €175
-Earthquaker Devices Pitch Bay - €175
-EHX Superego - €170
-Foxrox Octron - €160
-Zvex Loop Gate - €160
-Subdecay Vitruvian Mod - €150
-Subdecay Octasynth
- 140
-Montreal Assembly Goodbye 24 - €100
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Saturday, August 07, 2010

Current Gear and History

Current mood: peaceful


-Fender Acoustic (pic):

This was my first guitar. It was bought for my older brother many moons ago, and remained in our bedroom gathering dust for many more moons. It wasn't until the end of the summer holidays 2004 that I randomly decided to pick it up, clean off the dirt and have a tinker. I had no idea what to do; I just played. To this day I firmly believe it was the best thing that had ever happened to me. Nothing else since, even love has came close to the shear honest thrill of playing and creating music. For three hours every day, for almost two years, I wrote endless days of music, happily.

-Fender Squier Strat (pic):

This was my first electric guitar, bought from my cousin for a whole 100, including a cheap little Kustom amp that sounded like a tin of pissed of bees, typical for a beginner. My tastes in music started to change when the Squier came into my life. I began listening to joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Metallica, Slipknot, all the classics. I learned how to tap, shred, sweep, all the mods and scales; everything. I wasn't particularly great at them, but I could do them. I spent hours learning Trivium and Avenged Sevenfold solos from Total Guitar magazine, playing everything super-slow and carefully, gradually building up speed and confidence. I became the best young guitarist in my entire town and school.
This guitar is currently going through a complete revamping. I have replaced the stock pick-ups with excellent Rock Monkey Hot Texans. The tuners and hardware, excluding the bridge, are all now top-of-the-line in quality. The neck has been cleaned up, straightened and all fret buzz has been removed. It plays and sounds beautifully now. I'm trying to save up for a complete refinishing as well. But that's not a necessity right now. It still is a great guitar no matter how it looks.

-Epiphone Les Paul Custom (pic):

This is a pretty banged-up, shitty guitar. I've had it for a long time now and treated it very badly. It hasn't had a proper servicing in years. In fact, I've never serviced it. The frets are popping off, the pick-ups are caving in, the volume pots and pick-up selectors are scratchy, the action is buzzy. You name it, it's got it. But for some reason
I still play it. In drop-D through my Soldano it roars. It's not worth selling either. I'll probably get it fixed up properly one of these days so that it plays and sounds as well as a Gibson - an easy feat, to be honest. I regret buying this guitar in many ways, but it's my baby. I can't change that now.

Telecaster made by my brother (pic):

My brother made this all Mahogany Telecaster for a school exam in around 2005. He received very high marks - the best in his class, in fact - and it cost our parents quite a bit of money for the parts. When it was finally finished, I thought, because Tom, my brother, had already 'given' me his acoustic, he'd also give me the Telecaster. Well, I was right, he did. But it wasn't playable. The neck was so narrow, the high e and low E strings kept falling off either side, making it very frustrating to play. I also regularly cut myself on the frets, as they were sharper than a razor blade. It was very disappointing to me. I don't think Tom cared.
I decided, years later, to have it fixed up. The frets were filed down, the electronics were re-wired and the action issue was fixed. But the most troublesome issue could obviously not be resolved. To do that we would have to attach a completely new neck, something I wasn't willing to do. This was Tom's guitar. He built it. Whether it played well or not wasn't as relavent as the fact that my brother built a guitar at the age of 16. It doesn't get played anymore.

-Maverick F-1 (pic):

I don't really use this guitar these days. It is a good instrument, but I didn't really take very good care of it. Frankly, I never do. I bought it because I had read some amazing reviews regarding the company and their guitars, and because I wanted a Floyd Rose bridge for the dive-bombz and elephant noises. A year after owning the guitar, I grew out of it. I might block off the bridge one of these days, or wait until it grows in price, get it fixed up and sell it. Maverick have 'gone under', so to speak, so their instruments are gradually becoming more and more rare. However, this was a treasured instrument when I was learning my chops. I have endless videos of me sweep picking as fast as I could with the Maverick wrapped around me. It was a shredders dream guitar. It's just a shame my dreams of shredding were gradually fading into sludge and doom.

-Ibanez Apex 2 (pic):

I bought this on-the-cheap from a guitar store in York in the April of 2009. It had a few problems with it, but felt smooth and comfortable in my hands. The amp they let me play through was super hot and saturated (can't remember what it was), so it gave me an inaccurate audio description of the pick-ups, as, when I returned home, I found them to be incredibly weak in comparison through my Soldano and Vox. I soon found out that they were PAF pick-ups, models that are renowned for blues and vintage tones, NOT heavy rock. It has treated me relatively well so far since then. The tuners suck hairy ballz, and I don't like the scale length (25.5"), but unless I can find a replacement set of tuners in the right colour (metallica satin), they'll remain as they are. I'm thinking of putting a ceramic Warpig in the bridge and an alnico Warpig in the neck, both from Bareknuckle. That should give me the grunt I need. It, along with my Epiphone, is my main guitar. I've owned a number of seven strings throughout my time, but so far, this is the only one that has stuck with me. Because of that I might never sell it. We'll see.

-Amplifiers to come-

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Amp Experience

Current mood: enthralled

The following is a list I have either played or heard in person. I have not played all of these amps personally unfortunately, but over 90% of them I have.


HT-5 Combo; HT-5 Head
Series One 100
Series One 200
Bad Cat:
Hot Cat 30R
Alchemist Head
XL R-EVO 60 Head
6262 Head
Einstein 50
Valve Junior
Fireball 60
Screamer Combo
Thunder Combo
65' Twin Reverb Reissue; '65 Blackface Twin Reverb Original
Hot Rod Deluxe
Blues Junior
SuperChamp XD
Duotone Head
TT50 Head
Line 6:
Flextone III 2x12XL
Vetta I Combo; Vetta II Combo; Vetta II Head
Spider Valve Head; Spider Valve 1x12 Combo
Spider III 2x10 120; Spider III 30
Spider IV
DSL401 1x12
JCM800 - 80's model and Reissue
Vintage Modern 2266
MG; new and old
JTM45 Reissue
1224 MkII
King Street
Minimat II
Mesa Boogie:
Single Rectifier
Rockerverb 50 head MKI; Rockerverb 50 head MKII
Tiny Terror Combo; Tiny Terror Head
Rocker 30 Head
Crush 30R
Valveking Head; Valveking 2x12 Combo with an alternate valve configuration and Celestion G12V30 speakers
XXX Head
6505+; 6505
Classic 30
Vypyr Tube 60
Vypyr 30; Vypyr 75
RG 50-TC
RM100 Head; various modules
RG75G3 Combo
Cube 80x; Cube 30x; Cube 15x; Micro CubeRX
Hot Rod 50
Hotrod Avenger 50
Lucky 13
Deliverance 120
CL Fifty Combo
Memphis 30 combo
Lil' Nightrain
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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Current mood: sick


the Bournemouth streets are sealed with water
while wafers float me further still away from land.
the attention seekers belly flop from piers protruding
like acidic giants battling base ants.
who are they to decide what' tall and what's small?
Who am I to leap from their shoulders onto their backs?

a crowd of crows are gathered around and begin cawing
as one holds his crotch in a foamy suffering.
it's a cock eat cock world, and the ice-cream cum tastes nice,
but the worst of it really is,
I crave that same sand fight, that same sticky seaside sensation.
I crave it just as much as the war of terror,
just as much as stuffing myself full of every flavour.
who can see the errors when given so many black eyes for
straying too far from the watery path?

walk as a rant from the mouths of something pretty
hand in hand through the jetty,
under the stairs leading down onto the beach
and under the stairs leading up to heaven
or down to hell – a personal entrance to leave at any time.
I'm a high-grade actor with bad guts,
who's sick of feeling sick
who's sick of eating nothing but pussy.

Digitally Clean
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Friday, May 08, 2009

An Ideal Hiding Spot

Current mood: accomplished

An ideal hiding spot

birds... an ideal term,
better than airborne creatures anyway,
if only the girls didn't find it so debasing.

cheeky robin's, totally desensitized and fearless,
their tongues tight against the inside of their mouths.
I know I'd be brave enough to do the same
if flying didn't take me so high off the ground.

the ideal hiding spot is right here
in the place where I'm as desensitized as the robin
where the girls look fat and ugly,
but have pretty skinny personalities.
where everyday, I see various different
parts of the letter ex everywhere I go and in every face I see.
ignore my predetermined life
- like the robin.

Digitally Clean
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Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Current mood: excited


A robin cursorily disappears
as something stumbles head-first
through the forest.
in the second before escape
the mind twitches and restarts.
-I will never see you again, Robin of Sherwood.

A thief walks quieter with no shoes on.
he predicts every creak
as he trespasses further into the house,
further into a strangers future.
-treasure, I will never see you again.

the diamonds fall head-long into a deep ravine
dying when they hit the bottom.
the echoing screams are agony to the ears,
breaking the barriers between
being someone, and not.
-death, I will never find you.

a zombie moves,
slugging at anything imaginable.
he stumbles over a girder
and collapses onto an upturned broken bottle.
-I will never make as much progress as you, dear,
dead zombie,
I will never eat as many souls,
or achieve so much
with so many cries forced from others.

Digitally Clean
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Monday, April 13, 2009

Glory Box

Current mood: okay

Glory Box

I like to keep my cactus safe in the glove box
it reminds me of how much it hurts to love
the hand goes in quicker every time
to stab at something other than skin
but all I feel is the blood behind the flesh
the swim of the dark red against the river
there's not a slide for children into the water
but a thrust of the nouveau-riche hair against
black rebellious coats wrapped around a blunt point.
I like to keep my cactus in the glory box
and dip in whenever God lets me.

Digitally Clean
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Sunday, April 05, 2009


This is not a painting
this is a portrait;
a pour spot on a page,
self absorbed into silk.
plump limbs on plum lips
parade circles
for lonely bastards.
there's no way of wriggling
yourself out of this one,
the squiggle is just too tight
in the wrinkles.

Digitally Clean
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