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Birthday : May 2, 1991

Occupation : Student - technical scientific subjects

Location : Norway


School : NTVGS - Technical Scientific Subjects (Norway)

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Drinker : Yes


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Gear info
perkristian876 has 9 pieces of equipment:

Epiphone: Les Paul 100

Washburn: X40PRO

Marshall: DSL100

Marshall: 412

VOX: AD30VT

Furch: DM-40C

Furch: DM-20C

LTD: EC 1000

Ibanez: S520EX

Interests
Favorite bands :
Metallica, Thin lizzy, ACDC, Megadeth, Lamb of God, Stonegard, Boston, Satyricon, Dimmu Borgir, System of a down, Led Zeppelin
Favorite guitarists :
Kirk Hammet, Van halen, Angus Young, James Hetfield, Jogn sykes, Scott Gorham, Jimmy page, Jimi Hendrix
Favorite bassists :
Jason Newsted, Cliff Burton, Philip Lynott, Robert Trujillo, John Paul Jones
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perkristian876 has posted 2 blogs total :
Not about guitars [13/03/08] 9:05am : Jun 13th, 2008
First Entry [12/03/08] 9:06am : Mar 12th, 2008
About perkristian876
Started playing guitar in the age of 14. Got my first Electric guitar at the Age of 15 (One month after my birthday). This was in fact my first guitar. This guitar was an Epiphone Les Paul 100 Run through a VOX AD30VT amplifier. Learned to play guitar by looking up notes on the internet which later became tabs and guitar Pro sheets.

Thrash metal :D

A little recipe to enhance poor cabinet or just
buy a poor cab but with Celestion Vintage 30's.

1. Open the cab
2. Tighten all the screws you may find including arround the speakers.
3. Seal the corners with some kind of silicone (the corner on the front board which holds the speakers)
4. Solder all cables, Maybe buy a new input-jack.
5. Make sure the mid column is straight
6. If wanted, seal around the speaker handles.
7. Close the cab and tighten goodly
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