Problems with custom amp...

Discussion in 'rec.music.guitar' started by Jack A. Zucker, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. It should also be mentioned, perhaps, that Jack is one of the guys who
    can really play...

    JC wrote:

    > I don't need to do a google search. I am well aware of Jack and his
    > "patterns." He likes to buy guitars, amps, and various accessories, enjoy
    > them for a while, and then decide he would like to try something else. He
    > generally lets everyone know what he liked about the item when he got it,
    > and what he didn't like enough to get rid of it. So what. I do the same
    > thing, although perhaps on a smaller scale. If he has the time and the
    > money and the desire, more power to 'em. The way I see it, his opinion
    > possibly saves me a little leg work. It seems that people have been
    > attacking him unfairly, and it is rubbing me the wrong way.
    > I really wouldn't say that I am an ass so much as I am defensive. I am
    > not into flame wars so this is as far as I care to go in this direction in
    > this discussion. Which may already be a bit too far but let me just say...
    > I have read almost every post to this newsgroup for the past several
    > years, although I post very rarely (and previously under a different name)
    > and am pretty much obscure. Of course, you wouldn't have any way of knowing
    > that unless you had looked very carefully before YOU leaped.
    >
    > JC
    >
    > "Miles O'Neal" <meo@rru.com> wrote in message
    > news:pan.2003.08.25.05.23.20.464748@rru.com...
    > > On Mon, 25 Aug 2003 01:09:25 +0000, JC wrote:
    > >
    > > > Zorro, you are an ass.

    > >
    > > One could make the same argument about you.
    > > [I won't, I'm just saying it would be about
    > > as valid. I'm assuming you would contend
    > > you aren't?]
    > >
    > > Jack has a reputation in AGA. If you do
    > > a google search, you'll see a pattern emerge.
    > >
    > > I covered this in another post, but it's basically
    > > run try the latest thing, [maybe have a brief honeymoon,
    > > and maybe not], start dissing whoever made the amp.
    > > He's found the perfect tone more times than Zsa
    > > Zsa found Mr. Right...
    > >
    > >
    > > It's usually a good idea to look a little more
    > > before you leap.
    > >
    > > 8^)
  2. Nobody

    Nobody Guest

    Jack A. Zucker <jaz@jackzucker.com> wrote in article <2f33c43f.0308250530.5c5e14d4@posting.google.com>...
    > "Zorro_2K" <pcollenDELETETHIS@cfl.rr.com> wrote in message news:<BI72b.80517$K4.3618568@twister.tampabay.rr.com>...
    > > I'm beginning to think that you post just to have something to read...

    >
    > I'm beginning to think you respond because you don't know how to read.
    > Go back to rmmgers dude. At least your herd welcomes you there.


    He's not welcome anywhere it seems.

    --
    Jason
    http://www.geocities.com/nobody_upstairs
  3. Thanks Guys for your support. I realize that at times I have been
    overbearing and I'm the first to admit that sometimes I'm an asshole but
    Miles, Pat and Kevin have gone out of their way to jump all over my !@#$ and
    obscure the true content in many of the technical inquiries I have made of
    late. Frankly, it's none of their business what amps I buy or go through.

    The fact is that there is obviously something beyond the mere content of the
    threads which causes this triumvirate of fillies to pare their trade. If
    they were really concerned about the newsgroup's welfare as they claim to
    be, they'd just put me in their killfiles and move on. However, they have
    repeatedly shown that they are in fact, no different than Carl Fiadano -
    Addicted to the rush of ruining other folks' threads and attempting to bring
    attention to themselves. They will deny this but the facts are indisputable.
    Miles, Zorro and Kevin invited themselves into the threads and posted no
    relevant information other than their own masturbations.

    I wonder if any of them have the least bit of interest in making music? None
    of them have any music online as far as I know and it seems that they are
    more interested in talking about than making music. I have no problem with
    that. There are plenty of folks in these groups who love music but for
    whatever reason, don't have the time or energy to devote to the music.
    However, most other folks don't feel the need to try to ruin someone else's
    thread just for their own entertainment. Think back to the folks who do that
    and the legacy that these cats belong to....

    The real issue that they will not admit to is that each of them is grinding
    their own infantile axe in some way. Pat Collen for arguments over the years
    in RMMG, Kevin for my comments and bad experiences regarding chiropractors
    and Miles, just because he's Miles.

    There are plenty of folks who are knowledgeable who are genuinely interested
    in helping folks. Cats who throw their knowledge out with strings attached
    (Miles!?!) are a dime a dozen and are infamous only in their own little
    corner of the web.

    Thanks for the soapbox...

    Jaz


    "Gantt Mann Kushner" <gizmo@his.com> wrote in message
    news:3F4A20D8.6C5E9DBE@his.com...
    > It should also be mentioned, perhaps, that Jack is one of the guys who
    > can really play...
    >
    > JC wrote:
    >
    > > I don't need to do a google search. I am well aware of Jack and his
    > > "patterns." He likes to buy guitars, amps, and various accessories,

    enjoy
    > > them for a while, and then decide he would like to try something else.

    He
    > > generally lets everyone know what he liked about the item when he got

    it,
    > > and what he didn't like enough to get rid of it. So what. I do the

    same
    > > thing, although perhaps on a smaller scale. If he has the time and the
    > > money and the desire, more power to 'em. The way I see it, his opinion
    > > possibly saves me a little leg work. It seems that people have been
    > > attacking him unfairly, and it is rubbing me the wrong way.
    > > I really wouldn't say that I am an ass so much as I am defensive. I

    am
    > > not into flame wars so this is as far as I care to go in this direction

    in
    > > this discussion. Which may already be a bit too far but let me just

    say...
    > > I have read almost every post to this newsgroup for the past several
    > > years, although I post very rarely (and previously under a different

    name)
    > > and am pretty much obscure. Of course, you wouldn't have any way of

    knowing
    > > that unless you had looked very carefully before YOU leaped.
    > >
    > > JC
    > >
    > > "Miles O'Neal" <meo@rru.com> wrote in message
    > > news:pan.2003.08.25.05.23.20.464748@rru.com...
    > > > On Mon, 25 Aug 2003 01:09:25 +0000, JC wrote:
    > > >
    > > > > Zorro, you are an ass.
    > > >
    > > > One could make the same argument about you.
    > > > [I won't, I'm just saying it would be about
    > > > as valid. I'm assuming you would contend
    > > > you aren't?]
    > > >
    > > > Jack has a reputation in AGA. If you do
    > > > a google search, you'll see a pattern emerge.
    > > >
    > > > I covered this in another post, but it's basically
    > > > run try the latest thing, [maybe have a brief honeymoon,
    > > > and maybe not], start dissing whoever made the amp.
    > > > He's found the perfect tone more times than Zsa
    > > > Zsa found Mr. Right...
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > It's usually a good idea to look a little more
    > > > before you leap.
    > > >
    > > > 8^)

    >
  4. Zorro_2K

    Zorro_2K Guest

    "Nobody" <nobodyupstairs@aolDELETE.com> wrote in message
    news:01c36b25$38e80e80$9ea0580c@715162529worldnet.att.net...
    >
    >
    > Jack A. Zucker <jaz@jackzucker.com> wrote in article

    <2f33c43f.0308250530.5c5e14d4@posting.google.com>...
    > > "Zorro_2K" <pcollenDELETETHIS@cfl.rr.com> wrote in message

    news:<BI72b.80517$K4.3618568@twister.tampabay.rr.com>...
    > > > I'm beginning to think that you post just to have something to read...

    > >
    > > I'm beginning to think you respond because you don't know how to read.
    > > Go back to rmmgers dude. At least your herd welcomes you there.

    >
    > He's not welcome anywhere it seems.
    >
    > --
    > Jason



    You couldn't pay me to be in your club, Ham.
  5. "Zorro_2K" <pcollenDELETETHIS@cfl.rr.com> wrote in message
    news:Zmy2b.940$OD4.74549@twister.tampabay.rr.com...
    > You couldn't pay me to be in your club, Ham.


    *YOU* playing in a club!?! Let me guess? You Miles and Kevin have a trio!?!

    Now, *THAT* is funny.

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