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PostPosted: Tue February 23, 2016 8:02 pm 
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Great shots, Strat. Is that Stone's board? Didn't know he'd used a Fulltone '69 or Supa Trem.

Never played a Supa Trem. How is that? Thinking of changing out my current tremelo. Yea, its stones board. I remember picking up the Sonic Distortion pedal shortly after that!

I knew it must've been Stone's due to that Ibanez distortion and the Boss DD3. There hasn't been enough board photos floating around over the last few years, I think Stone's tones (snort) have been quite a bit chunkier over the last year or two (I recall him sounding particularly good when they played MYM on TV last year) and I'd love to see what the guy's using right now.

I haven't owned the Supa Trem but it's definitely a well-regarded pedal, seen it on plenty of people's boards over the years. I've used the Voodoo Lab and Dunlop trems but haven't owned either in a few years now, have been thinking about picking something up soon to scratch that itch.


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Great shots, Strat. Is that Stone's board? Didn't know he'd used a Fulltone '69 or Supa Trem.

Never played a Supa Trem. How is that? Thinking of changing out my current tremelo. Yea, its stones board. I remember picking up the Sonic Distortion pedal shortly after that!

I knew it must've been Stone's due to that Ibanez distortion and the Boss DD3. There hasn't been enough board photos floating around over the last few years, I think Stone's tones (snort) have been quite a bit chunkier over the last year or two (I recall him sounding particularly good when they played MYM on TV last year) and I'd love to see what the guy's using right now.

I haven't owned the Supa Trem but it's definitely a well-regarded pedal, seen it on plenty of people's boards over the years. I've used the Voodoo Lab and Dunlop trems but haven't owned either in a few years now, have been thinking about picking something up soon to scratch that itch.


I remember Synergy used to have and kind of update mike and stones pedal boards and amp diagram. That was cool. they used to call it something but im totally blanking on it now.....

But yea, nothing recent and i would definitely like to see what they are hitting these days. Stones tone is definitely feels much meatier over the past 2 years than it was S/t and beyond.

They have definitely cut back on the distortion and have relied heavily on overdrive the past couple years. Doesnt really suit much of the earlier material very well but hey - They are old men now.


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i waaannnntttt that!

$4,995

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I wannnntt that back in the band so they sound good agaaaainnnn


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i waaannnntttt that!

$4,995

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Yep. Double that for you fuckers. :)

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I've got some records and shit.

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I've got some records and shit.

So much it don't show?


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Sgt. Crackpot wrote:
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i waaannnntttt that!

$4,995

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Yep. Double that for you fuckers. :)

man if only i was part of the 1%.

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Here you go. It's modest. Nothing expensive. But it's got what I want.

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Here you go. It's modest. Nothing expensive. But it's got what I want.

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Are those the two shows we've seen each other at? Oh, B, I never knew you cared so much!

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Here you go. It's modest. Nothing expensive. But it's got what I want.

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Are those the two shows we've seen each other at? Oh, B, I never knew you cared so much!


When you're in town, you can sign 'em! :D

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Not to pop Ruddo's bubble, I've got posters from the 7 shows I've been to. Those two are just the ones that fit in the frames that mount nicely on my cabinet doors.

... but I really like the Music Midtown one.

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Not to pop Ruddo's bubble, I've got posters from the 7 shows I've been to. Those two are just the ones that fit in the frames that mount nicely on my cabinet doors.

... but I really like the Music Midtown one.

My Music Midtown shirt is my favorite PJ tshirt. And I have quite a few.

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These are all the autographed pieces that I have hanging up in my house. I have about 6-7 other framed posters, some are in storage. I've never met Ed or gotten his autograph ... I hope to someday but I'm not going to stalk him and I really don't want to have to pay for it, if I can avoid it. He lives in West Seattle and I'm over there often enough but I'm not going to go sit around at his favorite bar or hardware store (or Easy Street Records) and just wait for him to show up.


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Signed by Jeff Ament: Obtained signature at the Celebrity Softball Game at Safeco Field during MLB All Star weekend 2001. Tons of people flocked near the dugout for autographs from various celebrities ... I was probably the only person specifically there for Jeff Ament and I'm sure he saw this Ten CD jacket sticking out and came right over.


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Signed by Stone Gossard: Obtained signature at the Crocodile Cafe' circa probably 2003. Brad was playing to a pretty small crowd.


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Signed by Dave A.: Obtained online because I knew I would never meet him in person. I got this off e-Bay or craigslist or something. You can see it's addressed to "Adam" and if I remember correctly, Adam (who sold this to me) had run into Dave A. in a grocery store or something like this and had the magazine in his car ... something like that. I probably paid about $50 or so for this.


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Signed by Mike McCready: Obtained at Key Arena during a Thunderbirds hockey game in 2004. Mike was playing the national anthem which is why we went...found the tunnel he was entering through and leaned over the rail to get autographs. During one of the intermissions the Key Arena/T-Birds staff grabbed a group of kids sitting near us to come down and put on those big inflatable Sumo suits for some intermission entertainment. We followed the group down to the locker room area in hopes of meeting Mike and bam, there he was. We got to chit-chat a little, he signed a few more things for me including my ticket. I gave another signed/framed photo to a friend as a housewarming gift, and I got this really dark photo of me and Mike together in front of his Marshall stack. I've tried getting this photo improved but alas this is the best I've got.


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Signed by Matt Cameron: Obtained from Donn Bennett when taking delivery on Matt's drums in 2002. Pictured is the drum kit that I bought. Matt signed this poster with a ballpoint pen, not a Sharpie, so it's really hard to see the signature.

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I have one of these out in the garage somewhere:

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You guys, the thought of selling this has recently crossed my mind.

I am curious what it could go for and where the best place to sell it would be.

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You guys, the thought of selling this has recently crossed my mind.

I am curious what it could go for and where the best place to sell it would be.

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