My demo of the new AfterShock Bass Distortion from Source Audio.

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I play through a few riffs, showing off the huge variety in sounds from this distortion pedal. Light overdrive, distortion, fuzz, it does it all very well. What do you think? Thanks!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ompXbSFU5g

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It costs $150 to buy a dozen eggs in Venezuela right now

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Drew Peterson found guilty in murder-for-hire plot

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Does anybody find some pictures of space…unsettling?

I'm talking about the large scale pictures here, showing millions upon trillions of galaxies and the infinite vastness of space. Stuff like this.

Don't get me wrong, it's beautiful, but seeing something so big, so empty…I personally find it disturbingly scary.

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Upcoming AMA (/r/IAmA) on Friday (1:00 PM) by astronomers Dr. Tabetha Boyajian and Professor Jason Wright about KIC 8462852, "the most mysterious star in the universe", the star that made headlines last fall for its (remote) chance of hosting an alien megastructure.

Upcoming AMA (/r/IAmA) on Friday (1:00 PM) by astronomers Dr. Tabetha Boyajian and Professor Jason Wright about KIC 8462852, "the most mysterious star in the universe", the star that made headlines last fall for its (remote) chance of hosting an alien megastructure. submitted by /u/Sleekery
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[GEAR] Well seeing I’ve been admiring all your gear, my humble gear post.

http://imgur.com/a/2Uesm

I've got an Epiphone SG G-300. This is my first, and so far only electric guitar. I got it for my birthday when I was 16. I was really into AC/DC at the time. So I wanted an SG. It's a fairly cheap guitar but I like it, it's been absolutely fine to learn on. I adjusted the pickup heights recently and it sounds a lot better. I've been thinking of swapping the pickups as the stock ones are a bit muddy. I'll probably mod it in someway when I get my next electric. I'd never get rid of it though, it's my first guitar.

Then there's my Stagg. This thing was bought after the bridge broke off my sisters guitar a few hours before I had a lesson. (It had broke off before, which I hadn't been told, and someone had tried to just superglue it back on. It held for a while. Then I started actually playing the guitar…quite the shock when that happened) So I got this thing for pretty cheap, think it was under £100. I used this while I got lessons. It's very bright sounding. If I was to go camping, to a party or somewhere I wouldn't wanna risk my Takamine, this is what I'd bring.

Recently I bought my Takamine G Series. Best sounding guitar I own. I love it. I keep it in it's case when I'm not playing it.

I've a Roland Micro Cube (not pictured) and then this Marshall. I hope to get a tube amp at some stage soon.

Picked up the two Mooer pedals on Sale this weekend. The looper is really easy to use, and the Blues Mood is basically an imitation of a Blues Driver in a smaller box. A lot cheaper too. Then I've an Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah pedal. I got that online years ago, but I don't use it much to be honest. Gonna build up my pedal collection.

Finally there's my Ukulele. This cost me a whopping €17. Total impulse buy when I was picking up some guitar strings.

Anyways, just wanted to share what I have. Not as beautiful as a lot of what's posted here, but it's mine and I love making music with them.

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