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    My Traeger is dead and my Yoder is 2 weeks away, but...I do have an AMNTS (A-Maze-N Tube Smoker). Let me think a bit and see if I can conjure up something with my Weber and the AMNTS.

    I mean, really, I do have to eat, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozric View Post
    My Traeger is dead and my Yoder is 2 weeks away, but...I do have an AMNTS (A-Maze-N Tube Smoker). Let me think a bit and see if I can conjure up something with my Weber and the AMNTS.

    I mean, really, I do have to eat, right?
    Ozric, are you anywhere near Erpland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxguy View Post
    Ozric, are you anywhere near Erpland
    Born and raised. lol

    Somebody finally connected that dot (like my avatar isn't a dead giveaway). They're one of my favorite bands. I have a couple of dozen of their CDs and a few videos. I find it easier to work to music without vocals. Excepting Sinatra. His backing arrangements are also superb. I see that you're a sax guy. doh. I studied piano under the soloist for the St. Louis Philharmonic back in the early 60s. I played bass and keyboards before I enlisted. When I got back from the service, I found that my mother had just given away all of my gear: Fender bass, tube amp and a couple of 15s (wasn't smart enough at the time to run 12s), an old POS keyboard (some knock-off brand), and a practice amp that I ran the keyboard through, and mics and mic stands and, oh, this is making my head hurt ...

    And it's way the heck off topic. Sorry.
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    Not to hijack the thread - but as a pianist you would probably appreciate the fact that I have a Bosendorfer Imperial sitting downstairs. We have concert pianists perform at the house for groups of 50-60 people.

    Now back to the thread...

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    ozric...do you know what I do for my real job?

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    BP, I've wondered.

    I see all the guitars in your video intros. Still doesn't answer the question, though.

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    BP owns the Ernie Ball company. His great grandfather, Ernest R. Ball, was also the Vaudeville pianist who wrote the music for "When Irish eyes are Smiling."
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  10. #20
    Well, now I have to switch from my Thomastik Sliders to Classic Pure Nickels
    Last edited by Saxguy; 07-26-2013 at 06:20 AM.

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