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    The preamp board wired up. This is the original preamp board. The circuit was adding a simple reverb circuit that totally ruined the sound of the amp so later we bypassed and removed this part of the circuit. The third socket from the left and its associated circuitry were removed.

    The preamp board wired up. This is the original preamp board. The circuit was adding a simple reverb circuit that totally ruined the sound of the amp so later we bypassed and removed this part of the circuit. The third socket from the left and its associated circuitry were removed.

101 Ways to Make Money as a Musician DIY Musician Blog

101 Ways to Make Money as a Musician By Guest June 3, 2013{ No Comments } This is a guest post from Philip Taylor, editor-in-chief at PT Money, where the focus is on fixing your finances so you can build the life you want. His podcast features interviews with successful part-time entrepreneurs. Here’s Philip…There are a ton of different ways to make money as a musician. I’m not suggesting that everyone can make money with each of these ways. But I can promise that you can make money using at least one of these ways.I present to you 101 ways to make money as a musician.

via 101 Ways to Make Money as a Musician DIY Musician Blog.

Wes Yoder Is At It again With “Damn This Crooked Road”

My buddy Wes is back in the studio and recorded a cover of Damn This Crooked Road by Chris Knight. Some of you may remeber Wes from our video of “6th Avenue Heartache” by The Wall Flowers

About Reflecting in the Chrome: A Nine Inch Nails Live Recording Archive!

Reflecting in the Chrome was created in 2008 at the end of The Lights in the Sky tour. Over the years NIN has been captured live by many people; there are hundreds upon hundreds of recordings. However, there was not a site that collected these recordings and shared them with NIN fans. RITC is an archive of Nine Inch Nails’ live recordings over the last 20 years. All recordings are available for download free of charge.

via About Reflecting in the Chrome: A Nine Inch Nails Live Recording Archive.

Surviving Pink Floyd Members Reunite at Roger Waters Show in London

The surviving members of Pink Floyd reunited onstage tonight at London’s 02 Arena during a stop on Roger Waters’ Wall tour – marking only the second time that Nick Mason, David Gilmour and Waters had played together in the last 30 years. Waters and Gilmour performed “Comfortably Numb” as the crowd at the arena went absolutely insane, and during the finale of “Outside the Wall,” Gilmour returned to the stage alongside Mason, who played a tambourine.

As he did on the original 1980/81 tour, Gilmour played his epic solo on the top of the Wall. Last July, Waters promised that Gilmour would play the song during one show on the tour, but drummer Nick Mason’s involvement was kept a secret. They last performed together at Live 8 in 2005. Original keyboardist Richard Wright died in 2008.

via Pink Floyd Reunite at Roger Waters Show in London | Rolling Stone Music.

Dead Flowers – Rolling Stones by Wes Yoder

 My friend Wes Yoder performs Dead Flowers by the Rolling Stones on acoustic guitar! Great job Wes! You can find Wes’s youtube channel at:

http://www.youtube.com/user/betterdays67

6th Ave. Heartache by The Wallflowers. Take 2!

6th Ave. Heartache by The Wallflowers. Wes Yoder Doug Kovach Take 2! (Includes mistakes) Wes was cool and played right through like a pro. This is what live music is about!

Me and Hoolio jammin out in the woods!

Me and Hoolio jammin out in the woods just outside of Brewster Ohio at one of our old hangouts. We had to go on this venture simply for old times sake like when we were years younger. We both decided on this trip that we were both getting to old for such childish antics… Yeah right, lol! Video was recorded in july of 2010.

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