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Fender Silverface Twin Reverb Schematics

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Yep, The title says it all. These are the electrical schematics for a ’74 Silver Twin Reverb. In case you need to change any wiring, pots, resistors or tubes, this print will help keep it all organized for you. MOST IMPORTANTLY, if you do not know how to properly discharge the capacitors on the amp […]

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Electro Harmonix Effectoloy

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Here’s a link to a Electro-Harmonix’s “Effectology” page where they show you tons of ways to create all sorts of sounds samples using only a guitar and their effect pedals.  Click Here to check out all the different sounds you can make. No Synths, computers, samplers, or midi controls, just old school strings and stompboxes. […]

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Default Twenty Eleven WordPress Theme CSS

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Here is the default styles.css file that comes with WordPress’s Twenty Eleven Theme.  I figured I’d post it more or less so I have something to pull from when I mess mine up after changing and playing with the coding. You can copy everything between the bars leading and trailing the code.

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Monitor Your Site For FREE With Google Docs

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I found this little tool for use with Google Docs that will automatically monitor and alert you on whether your website is up or down. Plus you can set it to alert you by the minute, hour day or even specific times. The document can be downloaded at the link below along with instructions for […]

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Survival Go-Bag

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So I was browsing around and found this site, 72hours.org which is a pretty good resource for getting ready for any type of emergency situation where you will be out of your normal element for a few days.  After browsing around, I came up with a basic necessity list for what would be needed in […]