New *scumble* E.P.: *Turn Me Over*

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1. Turn Me Over 03:28
2. The Cheese w/ WRC 03:43
3. One and Done 03:24

So WRC sent Vlayman a cool drum track and he wrote a song and sent it to Granx who did some work and sent it back. Then Granx and Vlayman did it two more times and Granx said it should be a E.P. so Vlayman mixt and masturded it and got Sr. Jose Jones drunk on some *vino de caja* and he conceived the fartwerk and then Grankspoine birthered it.

All this shite c. ’18.

released February 25, 2018

Keys, guitars, horns: Grankspoine (London, UK)
Bass, vox: Vlayman (Chicago, IL)
Drums #3: W.R. Cantrell (Houston, Tx)

Recorded where it was played. Mixt & masturded at Fetacentral Recording DDL by Vlayman.

Fartwerk by Grankspoine, from a Jose Jones poot.

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Los Altercocker Rockers: *Chicago State of Mind*

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1. Same to Me (It’s all the) w/ Grankspoine 04:03
2. The Lysol Man 03:12
3. R.F.A. w/ Grankspoine 03:59
4. My Best Guess 04:11
5. Closing Time (Right around) 08:08
6. Better Days (I seen) 03:50
7. Bomp Bomp Hoo 03:42
8. Chicago State of Mind 05:00
9. What Do the Women 03:55
10. Sompin’ Fast 05:36

We drink good beer and sometimes whiskey and we jam and then edit and overdub with wine or gin (olives & onyums) with what we also mix and masturd. And coffee (with whiskey).
credits
released February 9, 2018

Drums: Jimmy the C.
Guitars (BV’s on 9): Tommy the S.
Bass, Vox (Gtrs on 5, 7, 10): Mickey the V.
Keys, Gtrs, Horns (1, 3): Nicky the M. (UK)

Writ, recorded, overdubbed, mixt, masturd at Fetacentral Recording, DDL
Fartwerk by Jose Jones
c. ’18

Dedicated to the memories of Greg Allman, Chuck Berry, Leonard Cohen, Chris Cornell, Pat Dinizio, Tom Petty and Prince. We hope you hear a little bit of all of ’em in this.

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Re Jazzmasters and Jizzmisters

Over at Lost Overture a friend really hates the Jazzmaster trend, and was beeyotchin’ about them when I used this link

 

I responded, thus:

This singer is playing a Bass VI, of course.

But lemme tellya why I like my Revelation RTF60 Jizzmister.

Jizzmisters are easy to play, the shape is ergonomic and they feel big but light.

My fave part is that the P-90’s are a bright and not-hefty single-coil sound, a little thinner even than some Strat-types.

I do not like Strats, never did.

I love my G&L F-100’s, but they are a solid and professional guitar; mine are vintage and somewhat valuable.

My Fernandes Strat-type Sustainer models are their own thing, and mostly exist – for me – for the sustainer circuit, (tho’ they certainly don’t have to – great guitars – and I like my Fernandes bass, also.)

I love my Tele and Tele-types.

The Jizzmister is like a Strat-ifried Tele in some ways, but sounds and feels just different enough – I would say, “looser” – than a Tele or Strat that it is inspiring in its difference.

like fighting my guitars to get my leads out; it makes me slow down, it makes me use pedals and my amps with more attention to settings and touch.

Plus, me, I kinda look for a Thurston Moore/J. Mascis/Dream Syndicate vibe.

Re: Tube rolling 2018

Inna TOMB thread I wrote:

I own a few (Ok, under 10) tube amps.
I bought a bias meter, have read how to do it, seen the vids.

In the past, I accidentally took 120v. futzing with a amp – reached back in immediately and did it again. :shock: Not uncommon, I’m told.

Anywhat, I’ve never biased an amp, some of what I’ve been playing since the 80’s.
I change tubes only as needed – which for me means when they burn up or break.

Now, I’m not a road dog, firing up for a gig every night.
My amps might be on for 3-4 hours for a cuppla nights a month, max.
Some get played a half-hour, 1x a month or every other, even.

Truth be told, I had to re-cap and change a tranny inna ’60 Rick M8E.
Otherwise the only repairs are the usual maintenance shite like pots and switches.
I did put fans in a couple of the hotter amps.

I do buy matched power tubes on the theory that they are a little more stable – they are matched to each other, but not biased for, altho’ I tend to stick with Groove tubes or JJ’s.

All sound good.

I also like 12AT7’s or even AY’s instead of 12AX7’s in my Tiny Terror and Pro,Jr – cleans ’em up some, gives more headroom. (AU’s are too quiet, but good in recording preamps and mics.) New, I’ll usually get JJ’s, but I like to buy used old tubes, particularly GE’s. I think in 30+ years of playing tube amps, I’ve burned up 3 or 4 pre-amp tubes, altho’ I have broken a few more.

I seem to burn up a power tube or 2 a year (I have 6L6’s, EL34’s, and EL84’s in my various amps.)

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