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  • budweiser32budweiser32

    Joe Barden Twin bladePublished on 07/29/03 at 00:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Britain, behind the restaurant "Chez Hugo" has Palefray st Gibu (64)

    micro double, quad track, very easy to access in the acute

    The microphone has an ergonomic shape and obolongue, despite some stops suddenly stopped, with respect to color, it's going to flamingo pink to black through the white "cacalott" which means whale in Amerindian

    Well here is what we are interested

    its clear, if posed as a bridge it's going to sound slightly boogie has a ferocious attack strat'59 which would acquire a Joe Barden pick up ...
    it says it's easy to return a sound more flames and less ambivalent, by switching the middle and treble boosting the triple ...

    in this case was actually …
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    Made in Britain, behind the restaurant "Chez Hugo" has Palefray st Gibu (64)

    micro double, quad track, very easy to access in the acute

    The microphone has an ergonomic shape and obolongue, despite some stops suddenly stopped, with respect to color, it's going to flamingo pink to black through the white "cacalott" which means whale in Amerindian

    Well here is what we are interested

    its clear, if posed as a bridge it's going to sound slightly boogie has a ferocious attack strat'59 which would acquire a Joe Barden pick up ...
    it says it's easy to return a sound more flames and less ambivalent, by switching the middle and treble boosting the triple ...

    in this case was actually a definition of distos geniale, which make the reputation of mythical JBarden pick up ... but if it is installed in neck, there are large outflows while enjoying the sounds dark but light, precise but progressive.

    C a microphone that I use often and that "I took on the road" during the tour "around 88 Government" with my band "Colorado Valley" ... a sacred piece of plastic and metal work that is worth its weight in peanuts believe me!

    a bientot
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