Technics

Technics

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  • A tube-driven amp with reverb built in, without messing with your tone. Read the site for the specifications. This is a solid amp without too many bells and whistles, great for punk or rock styles. This is not the amp for metal he... A tube-driven amp with reverb built in, without messing with your tone. Read the site for the specifications. This is a solid amp without too many bells and whistles, great for punk or rock styles. This is not the amp for metal heads.

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  • Watching Switchblade Kitty rock on stage was like seeing Shakespeare for the first time.

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  • Born to Role is dope and warrants further investigation. Hmmmmmm. So far me likey.

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  • In 2008 there were only 3 Amoeba Music Stores--the last real record stores on the Earth. What is remarkable is the live concerts that take place in the store several times a week (at Amoeba Music in Berkeley, San Francisco and Hol... In 2008 there were only 3 Amoeba Music Stores--the last real record stores on the Earth. What is remarkable is the live concerts that take place in the store several times a week (at Amoeba Music in Berkeley, San Francisco and Hollywood). And what more is that Amoeba has "FREE" video gallery on Ameoba.com featuring interviews, as well as exclusive live shows.

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  • I'm one of the lucky few that have witnessed the rock girl revolution. It was in New York City a few years back and 11 bands from "Willie Mae Rock Camp" played a amazing show. Each band featured accelerating performances from girl... I'm one of the lucky few that have witnessed the rock girl revolution. It was in New York City a few years back and 11 bands from "Willie Mae Rock Camp" played a amazing show. Each band featured accelerating performances from girls between the ages of 9 and 18. The youngest groups were the most punk, the older groups felt fragile, shy, introspective and psychedelic in their ocean of self-awareness. The result was awe, admiration, and the humbling feeling that ones own generation was no longer relevant. That's when I realized it was time to step aside for this new wave of artists. What I think is noteworthy is that " the Rock n Roll Camp for Girls" is not a place where girls prepare to become artists later on in life when all of their raw power has been drained by the adult world, it's a place where girls are artists in their own right, creating recording, and performing now while the rules can be reshaped by imagination, curiosity and the original sound of youth. Girls Rock!--Check it out