This project Rogers snare drum is done, and honestly, it’s been done for a while. This was not my most challenging project, to be quite honest. If you didn’t read the original post, you can check it out here. I left off with taking it apart, doing some basic crud-removing cleaning and making a short shopping list of bits and pieces needed.
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This is the is the companion article to “Good Lord, that’s a lot of guitars.”, but with the focus on amplifiers this time. Granted, I’ve not owned as many amps as I have guitars, but there are fair amounts, as the headline indicates. Also, this article further supports my claim to total embarrassing guitar nerd-dom, so don’t be thinking that is new news to the Jeddler. Here we go basically in chronological order as best as I can remember…
Just re-visited Nivana’s video for “In Bloom” where it is all retro, Beatles-on-Ed-Sullivan looking.
Great song and fun video. But there is also the Weezer Buddy Holly video where they are rocking for the kids at Arnold’s ala Happy Days. Which came first? Which is better? Who cares, they are both fun and great.
Although, Nirvana does deconstruct the stage a little which is more in keeping.