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  1. Phil from Subhumans who it turned out had got it from Dave Edwardson of Neurosis Aaron Beam from Red Fang Doyle from The Misfits Matt Pike from High On Fire Scott Roberts from The Take and formerly of Biohazard.
  2. We tended toward that end with our first band, Not as much with the second band, but the influences still showed. Don't know what will happen now Kev has passed away, we had an album set to record just as lockdown came ☹️.
  3. I'm listening to our own stuff, something I rarely do, we said goodbye to our guitarist and more importantly friend yesterday, he passed away from covid on January 23rd.
  4. 23rd September 1985, Husker Du's 2nd UK gig, Stow Hill Labour Club Newport , think they had played once in London before that. It was good.
  5. Here's my Matamp on top my Dubster, I'm not sure if the Dubster was a little wider than the 2x12 cabs or the same dimensions, anyway the Matamp is 24"ish wide and just about sits there safely, depends on the position of the amp's feet really. I usually use the Matamp with a Four10 but it will sit on the Dubster, it's not like it's going anywhere once it's in position. EDIT - Just looked up dimensions, Dubster is 21" wide rather than 19" so you're going to have a bit more overhang either side than me. You may have to move the amp's feet or add more inside the ones fitted. OR.... get another Supertwin and run the Ashdown at 2 ohms 😁
  6. Quilter is what I generally pick up if we're travelling and space is tight, it delivers in spades.
  7. As above, I went to the organ grinder when I got no satisfaction from the monkey, with my Kilo, the b*llsh*t I got from Korg uk was endless so I thought, 'right they say it's with Hartke USA, I'll email and find out what's going on', surprise, Hartke had no clue what was going on after looking into it, and kindly referred me back to my 'local' distributor with a very 'don't bother us' seeming email. I didn't lose out as DV247 did the right thing after a few more weeks of lies from Korg and let me pick another head from their inventory, which was at the time nearly £200 more than the Kilo so I was happy. But I wouldn't personally p*ss on Hartke if they were on fire after that experience.
  8. Pete Butler, 2 Sick Monkeys. Just a bass and drums.
  9. There are 2 versions, due to the seemingly endless squabbling between Harley and John Joseph, but Harley won the rights to the name a while back, John Joseph's version hasn't produced any new material, whereas Harley seems to be rejuvenated.
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