Suhr Amp Talk :: PT100 vs. Suhr SL amps??? I don't understand differences

Author: brokeguitar Subject: PT100 vs. Suhr SL amps??? I don't understand differences Posted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 4:37 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Can you explain what advantages one of the amps would have over the other between the SL and the PT100? The description makes it sound as if the SL has the perfect EVH Brown sound.... so are you saying the PT100 can't easily also get perfect EVH Brown sound? Descriptions say that PT100 has most amazing cleans.... So the SL amps would be lacking in cl...
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Shake’s Songs of the Week Vol.32

New music from J. Cole, Wale, 9th Wonder, and more.
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Krautrock pioneers Can's version of "Silent Night"

In 1976, German experimental group Can, pioneers of the krautrock sound, released "Silent Night" as a 7" single. Fröhliche Weihnachten!
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Pop Singer Mozart Performs at Simin Hope Foundation's Winter Festival!

Pop Singer Mozart Performs at Simin Hope Foundation's Winter Festival! Christmas is for giving and pop singerMozart loved performing at the Simin Hope Foundation's Winter Festival and  Christmas is for giving and pop singer Mozart loved performing at the Simin Hope Foundation's Winter Festival and Toy Giveaway! She sang her new single "Push You Harder" as well as her new single "Wanna Be Ur Damn Girl" that will release in January and the crowd loved them. Please buy her debut EP ...
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U2 stars busk for the homeless at festive charity gig in Dublin

Bono and The Edge joined by host of other Irish musicians for fundraising showBono has joined The Edge at the annual Christmas Eve charity busking session outside the Gaiety theatre in Dublin, performing along with a host of other famous Irish musicians in aid of the city’s homeless.The event took place in support of the Simon Community, a homelessness charity that helps people who are homeless or at risk of becoming so. It was Bono’s first appearance at the charity gig in three years, and his s...
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U2 stars busk for the homeless in first performance since 2015

Bono and The Edge joined by host of other Irish musicians for fundraising show in DublinBono joined The Edge for the U2 stars’ first performance since 2015 at the annual Christmas Eve charity busking session outside the Gaiety theatre in Dublin, performing along with a host of other famous Irish musicians in aid of the city’s homeless.The event took place in support of the Simon Community, a homelessness charity that helps people who are homeless or at risk of becoming so. Continue reading...
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Is Every Celebrity Getting Engaged Or Married This Christmas?

How does one know when holidays are really here? It's easy — all you have to do is pay attention to when celebrities start posting festive Instagrams, which, as everyone knows, is the universal signal for the start of the holidays. (Everyone does know this, right?)This year, celebs have made it extra simple for us. Thanks to posts from Reese Witherspoon, Kylie Jenner, Justin Bieber, and Chrissy Teigen, there is absolutely no doubt that it is officially time for holiday cheer. Here's how your fa...
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NYC to name streets after Notorious B.I.G., Wu-Tang Clan, and Woody Guthrie

The New York City Council voted to rename streets after hip-hop artists Christopher Wallace (aka the Notorious BIG) and the Wu-Tang Clan and folk musician/activist Woodie Guthrie. If Mayor Bill de Blasio gives his final approval, a block in Brooklyn where Notorious B.I.G. was raised will be called Christopher Wallace Way, Staten Island will have a Wu-Tang Clan District, and part of Coney Island's Mermaid Avenue will be renamed Woody Guthrie Way to celebrate his 1940s home. From Rolling Stone: ...
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Wu-Tang Clan, Woody Guthrie, Notorious B.I.G. Getting NYC Street Names

A number of notable New York City musicians are getting streets re-named after them in their honor. As WNYC/Gothamist reports, last week the New York City Council voted to approve street co-naming changes for Wu-Tang Clan, Woody Guthrie, and (as previously reported) the Notorious B.I.G. More »
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LeBron James Apologizes For Quoting 21 Savage Lyric About “Jewish Money”

LeBron James has apologized for quoting a 21 Savage lyric in an Instagram caption over the weekend. The lyric in question comes from the song "ASMR": "We been gettin' that Jewish money, everything is Kosher." LeBron faced criticism following the post that said he was perpetuating anti-Semitic stereotypes. More »
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Curren$y Drops ‘Weed & Instrumentals 3’ Mixtape

Featuring Wiz Khalifa and the Jet Life crew.
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Let Amazon Save You Money By Cutting the Cord

This post was sponsored by Amazon as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. One thing that I love to do when I’m not working is watch TV. Besides some documentaries and a couple of series of TV, you’ll catch me in front of any sports channel. You can say that I’m obsessed with sports and I’ll probably agree with you. Despite my love of sports, I’ll go without it because my refusal to pay unreasonable prices that come w...
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Rock ‘n Roll Has Stalled. Can It Recover?

This year, rock and roll seems bored with itself. The most successful acts of the past few years have been bands bristling at the boundaries of the guitar, bass, and drums setup. The genre’s best-selling album of 2018 was Las Vegas electro-rockers Imagine Dragons’ summer 2017 full-length Evolve, a work that prefers humming synths and suspenseful atmospherics to the growl of a six-string. – New York Magazine
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New EP: 24Hrs ‘B4 XMAS’

One month after releasing his Houses on the Hill debut album, 24Hrs comes with a new project for the holidays. B4 XMAS is a six-track EP, lead by the Atlanta singer/rapper. Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, Chief Keef and PnB Rock all make guest appearances. Stream it below. Continue after the jump…. Previously: 24Hrs – Houses on the Hill (Album Stream)
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Explore sonic inspiration, via this artist’s approach to Novation’s Peak 1.2

Novation packed new sounds – and 43 new wavetables – into an update for their flagship Peak synthesizer. Sound designer Patricia Wolf writes to share how she approached making some of those new sounds. Peak, in case you missed it, has been one of the more compelling new synths in recent years. Novation designed a unique-sounding 8-voice polysynth, melding digital wavetable oscillators with analog processing, per-voice filtering and all-important distortion all over the place. As with other Nov...
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Peace on Earth

My sisters and I offer you our annual gift.
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The Hair-Color Trends London Girls Can't Get Enough Of For 2019

Is it just us, or have hair-color trends reached a fever pitch over the past year? From winter white and red velvet to Lady Gaga going lilac just this week, people — famous and otherwise — are branching out like never before.It's not just the trends that have changed — it's also the advancement of aftercare systems like Wellaplex and Olaplex that have opened up a whole new world of possibilities in hair color. So what's next? We asked London-based color-trends forecaster Zoë Irwin and technical...
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A Week In Pittsburgh, PA, On A $46,250 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a sales coordinator working in consumer goods who makes $46,250 per year and spends some of her money this week on the book What If This Were Enough? by Heather Havrilesky.Occupation: Sales CoordinatorIndustry: Consumer GoodsAge: 27Location: Pittsburg...
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Doctors Perform Brain Surgery While Patient Plays The Guitar

The technique, known as “awake craniotomy,” allows doctors to operate on delicate areas of the brain — like the right frontal lobe, the site of Mr. Manzini’s tumor — without causing damage. Presumably, had he hit a wrong note, it would have been an immediate signal for the surgeons to probe elsewhere. – The New York Times
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New Mixtape: Currensy ‘Weed & Instrumentals 3’

Curren$y celebrates Christmas with his new mixtape, Weed & Instrumentals 3. The 13-track project stars the New Orleans native rapping over some popular instrumentals. Wiz Khalifa, and Jet Life artists Fiend, T.Y. and Fendi P all make guest appearances. Stream the third installment below. Continue after the jump…. Previously: Currensy – “Flatbed Ferrari” Currensy – “Grand” Freddie Gibbs, Currensy & The Alchemist – FETTI (Album Stream) Currensy Feat. Harry Fraud – “67 Turbo Jet” (Video) ...
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Weekly Dope v.132

New music from 21 Savage, The-Dream, Wale, and more.
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Russ Drops ‘Just In Case’ EP

Tracks that were left behind from the ZOO sessions.
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Christmas comes but once a year — so when to learn all the carols?

Christmas is coming. Time for concerts liberally sprinkled with seasonal songs.But when do you start learning your Christmas repertoire? It takes a lot of work to add songs to the repertoire and then might only sing them once!It’s not just Christmas. Any special occasion that needs specific songs can place a lot of demands on a choir. All that learning and then you can’t use the songs at any other time.Birthdays, harvest time, Hanukkah, summer solstice, funerals … there are plenty of occasions t...
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Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode Ninety-Four

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety Four You would think that with the holidays, Rob and Jon would slow things down a bit, but no…  This installment of Radio City… is another tour de force from these two, who never seem to tire.  Listen in as the boys discuss more burgeoning scandals in the New York City mayor’s office; the baseball meetings in Las Vegas yield no surprises; the endless madness that is the current presidential administration; The Zombies finally will enter...
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Breaks With Tradition: “Ripped Open By Metal Explosions”

Breaks With Tradition is a Stereogum column that examines a certain song that’s been frequently sampled and how that song has been used through the years. When songwriter/composer/pianist Galt MacDermot passed away last week one day shy of his 90th birthday, the people who memorialized him could be paired off into two distinct camps. More »
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We live by Siri, by the GPS.  Wouldn’t it be nice to toss all those useful but restrictive parental stand-ins that want so badly to show us the way and rebuke us if we wander? Here’s a musical version of … Continue reading →
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Maria Callas, the Diva We Love to Keep Alive

A documentary and a hologram concert re-creation celebrating the famous opera singer are testament to her enduring legacy. Get in line.
Tags: Music, Movies, News, Greece, United States, Classical Music, Opera, Maria, Aristotle, Joyce, Maria Callas, DiDonato, Holography, Callas, Onassis, Brave New World (Book

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