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    Quote Originally Posted by IamDisplaced View Post
    I'd probably pass out in the process, but it would surely make me unique wouldn't it
    Yes, and in a good way.

    Hey, people learn it... why not you? Best part is, you can always have your instrument with you. Whip it out of a pocket and you're ready to rock.

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    Play a damn guitar with 7 necks. That's pretty original... "Hydra-tar".

    Shit, I'm going to invent that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Play a damn guitar with 7 necks. That's pretty original... "Hydra-tar".

    Shit, I'm going to invent that.
    How about Rick Nielsen's five-neck Hamer?



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    I bet he wishes he had 7 necks. I'm going to be rich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I bet he wishes he had 7 necks. I'm going to be rich.
    You'd better build the body out of balsa. That five-necker probably weighs sixty pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Yes, and in a good way.

    Hey, people learn it... why not you? Best part is, you can always have your instrument with you. Whip it out of a pocket and you're ready to rock.
    LOL!!@"in a good way".. So, it's worth passing out over then?
    Although, you are right, I can play it anywhere I go.

    I don't know about that 7 neck Beat's talking about inventing lol but I think I can handle a 2 neck. See, now with the blues harp AND guitar skills, I'd be unstoppable . I can see myself playing Seasick Steve's "Dog House" and throwing in the blues harp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    More like some crazy crossbreed of scottish, swedish, cornish and dutch + a few other smaller influences. Born and raised in Sweden, the cold north ^^ But I do love celtic music in general. My personal favourite is The Corries. Well, at least right now

    What kind of tunes/songs did your band play?
    Aw man, that's a crazy crossbreed. I'll bet you had to work through the agony of growing up between conflicting cultures/races by writing a book entitled "Dreams From My Aryan Father."

    OK, it's been a while, but I do remember playing Dillion's Fancy, The Butterfly (?), some tunes we heard on a Great Big Sea CD (I'm a Rover, Meri Mac, Donkey Ridin', other stuff I can't remember), and some Christmas arrangements. I was only in the band for 4 or 5 months and we played in lame venues like shopping malls and grocery stores, but I had a great time.

    I'm gonna check out the Corries on youtube. Adjö så länge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    Aw man, that's a crazy crossbreed. I'll bet you had to work through the agony of growing up between conflicting cultures/races by writing a book entitled "Dreams From My Aryan Father."
    Watch yer back, lad!

    OK, it's been a while, but I do remember playing Dillion's Fancy, The Butterfly (?), some tunes we heard on a Great Big Sea CD (I'm a Rover, Meri Mac, Donkey Ridin', other stuff I can't remember), and some Christmas arrangements. I was only in the band for 4 or 5 months and we played in lame venues like shopping malls and grocery stores, but I had a great time.

    I'm gonna check out the Corries on youtube.
    Pretty traditional then. Great Big Sea is pretty good at times, I love songs like "the night when paddy murphy died", "the old black rum" and "true newfoundlanders". Not to mention "Barret's privateers", but Stan Rogers version is a thousand times better.

    What did you think about ra corries?


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    I must get into Celtic fiddling. Thus far I have been somewhat intimidated by the intricacy of it... but those guys have learned to play those complicated, blindingly fast reels. Why not me too?

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    Pretty traditional then. Great Big Sea is pretty good at times, I love songs like "the night when paddy murphy died", "the old black rum" and "true newfoundlanders". Not to mention "Barret's privateers", but Stan Rogers version is a thousand times better.


    What did you think about ra corries?
    I'm not done yet! I only listened to one song, but I liked it.

    Found that on wiktionary? Jag hoppas du dör! Eller kanske inte.
    i kommer att skära ut ditt tarmen och bära den som ett halsband!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    I must get into Celtic fiddling. Thus far I have been somewhat intimidated by the intricacy of it... but those guys have learned to play those complicated, blindingly fast reels. Why not me too?
    OK, we really need to start an Ayyyerish band. Oberon can be the fiddler, I'll play the bodhran, and Jesus can play the tin whistle. Yeah! Let's do this!

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