Not to be confused with the Line 6 Short Board which is like the
long board but shorter. The short board often gets confused
with the long board as its like the short board but longer.
It doesn't often get confused with the Tefal ironing board
which magically removes creases by just staring at them
or the Monopoly board. I usually get confused with the
longboard and the Monopoly board, so my sound patch for
Propane Nightmares is called Old Kent Road.
If anyone says any different they there probably
A) A lumberjack
B) Davy Peckett
or C) they are the types of people who like to smuggle
packets of Monster Munch into their bedrooms ..
pickled onion under the duvet .. nowt better. Mmmm.
Gibson Les Paul Deluxe. It's a silver burst, silver to black,
very unusual. Its number 12 of 12 produced in the UK.
Its really heavy and has a huge neck which is a dream to play.
not in an Incredible Hulk capacity. The Les Pauls never get angry
in the box and I'm sure if they did and they turned green
they would definitely keep their
underpants on too.
is a real work horse Les Paul, which I had for years and years.
It has never let me down (touch wood). I've also a third Les Paul (a supreme), which is like the Davy Peckett Jr Wallet
of the collection (it never comes out).
so it's great to play. I also have a big apple Fender Strat knocking
around, the Newcastle United trophy cabinet of the guitar
collection (people ask does it actually exists!)
PS: I'm a realistic toon fan, so no hate mail please!
And I also have a 12-string
the more the metal,the bigger the sound.
I have a fine selection of Diablo plecs for the fans, so please
feel free to come to our gigs and you might get one!
Diablo Drums with Dave
Dave’s theory is buy 'em, try 'em, play 'em, then swap 'em!
This has led to him owning about 30 kits in the last decade alone with
twice that number of snare drums to find the ultimate snare sound.
Dave's noisy bits
Acquired in 2013, an Italian maple Tamburo jazz kit in a 'Cherry wood' finish 10", 12", 14" tom toms and a tiny but powerful 18" bass drum.
The snare drum is 14" x 5 1/2 Premier Signia from about 1994
and BRITISH made!
Still has his 2009 purchased, Premier 4" Chrome Piccolo snare drum.
Cymbal stands Pearl and Premier DW 9000 bass drum pedal; Sticks - loads and mainly 5C (difficult to get now) or heavier - loved no-name 'Power Rockers' but can't find them anymore. Failing that, fence posts suffice.
(Dave's Tip: buy cymbals with your back to them) Over the years, have bought every style of cymbal going, for rock and for percussion effects,
so many great ones, but nowadays standardise on:
Paste 2002 Hi-Hats (wouldn't have any others)
Sabian AA Rocktagon (Chinese without the overtones)
Sabian AA Crash Paiste 2002 20" Ride
Avedis Zildjean 18" medium 'A' (just fab)
Dave recommends Willy’s Drum Shop (Sunderland Music)
with whom he usually spends his mortgage money
Dave’s wishes he’d kept his Premier Genista kit with Signia Maple
snare – just stunning in looks and sound, but times were hard.
Still hoping to find a 1962 Trixon (German) Telstar kit … for nothing.
Epiphone Jumbo Acoustic guitar
Juno D Keyboard
DB In Ear Monitors
Amplifi App for iPad/iPhone allowing me to create any sound I want!
FBV Floor Board
Line 6 Vetta
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