Suhr Guitar Talk :: Suhr Locking Tuners VS Gotoh Staggered Tuners

Author: diddleybo Subject: Suhr Locking Tuners VS Gotoh Staggered Tuners Posted: Sun Sep 26, 2021 2:00 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Hello, My brand new Classic S Custom has Gotoh Staggered Tuners and the high E string is buzzing. It's already been back to the shop. They cut a new nut and shipped it back to me but the buzzing is still there. Do you think the string post of my Gotoh is taller than the Suhr Locking? Maybe it's not getting the proper angel? I was able to find the measurements o...
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David Byrne’s American Utopia Receives Special Tony Award

The Great White Way has mostly remained dark since the pandemic began more than a year ago. The 74th Annual Tony Awards were supposed to be held in June 2020, but kept being postponed until tonight. So despite there being almost no Broadway performances in the past year, the awards will celebrate musicals and plays that debuted in the 2019-2020 season before it was cut short. And it comes just as Broadway is once again opening back up again for shows.
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Kanye West Hits The Studio With Post Malone & Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold

Kanye West, fresh off of Donda, is already back in the studio. And apparently he’s in there with Post Malone and Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold. Post Malone, noted “Flee Foxes” fan, was rocking out to the band’s “The Shrine / An Argument” in the clip, and Pecknold later shared a photo to his Instagram Story confirming that they were also together. (See above.)
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Watch Billie Eilish & Finneas Join Coldplay On “Fix You” At Global Citizen

Yesterday, Coldplay performed at the New York City portion of the Global Citizen festival. They brought out some special guests, including Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas, who were also there to play a set of their own. The O’Connells joined Coldplay for a rendition of their X&Y hit “Fix You.” Coldplay also had Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes come out for “Yellow” and they had BTS beamed in virtually on the big-screen so they could do their just-released single “My Universe.” Watch videos ...
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Spice Girl among stars to begin phone-hacking claims against Murdoch empire

Melanie Chisholm, Boyzone’s Shane Lynch and S Club 7’s Hannah Spearritt latest to allege voicemail interceptionA group of 1990s pop stars are among the latest individuals to launch phone-hacking cases against Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, as the scandal that has dogged the company for more than 15 years continues to rumble on at the high court.Melanie Chisholm from the Spice Girls, Shane Lynch from Boyzone, Hannah Spearritt from S Club 7, and Steps’s Ian Watkins and Lee Latchford-Evans have rec...
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Machine Gun Kelly Gets Booed, Fights Fans At Louder Than Life

Fresh off his beef with Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Machine Gun Kelly played the Louder Than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky last night and was booed pretty thoroughly by the audience. It’s unclear exactly why they were booing — maybe they’re not a fan of the rapper’s recent turn to pop-punk, or perhaps there was a particularly vocal contingent of Slipknot fans present.
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Poisonous Pipelines: Black Residents Of Benton Harbor, Michigan Fight Water Supply Worse Than Flint With Lead Levels 60 Times The Federal Safety Limit

Benton Harbor, Michigan and 20 organizations petitioned the EPA for emergency action after more than 3 years of contaminated drinking water. The predominantly Black town has lead levels 60 times the federal safety limit while nearby predominantly White towns have no complaints of contamination.
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BOSSIP Horoscopes By Zya: Week Of September 26 – October 2

BOSSIP Horoscopes from Psychic Zya forecasting the week ahead based on zodiac astrology and her intuitive interpretations.
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Congratulations! #BlackInkCrew’s Charmaine Bey Expecting Baby #2 With Her Hubby Neek—It’s A Girl!

Charmaine and Neek Bey are expecting. The couple celebrated the big occasion with a beautiful gender reveal party.
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Watch Deadguy Reunite For Their First Show In 24 Years At Decibel Fest

The metalcore band Deadguy reunited at the Decibel Metal & Beer Fest in Philadelphia this weekend. The New Jersey group was added to the lineup when it was rescheduled from 2020 earlier this year. It was Deadguy’s first time playing together in 24 years after they broke up in 1997. Before they broke up, they had only released one album, 1995’s Fixation On A Coworker. But it seems like they’re back on the performance circuit — they’re also playing the Los Angeles iteration of Decibel‘s fest in De...
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Kelly Price’s Lawyer Says Singer’s ‘Safe’, THIS Celeb Confirms They ‘Heard Her Voice’

Now Kelly's lawyer, Monica Ewing, is assuring everyone that Kelly is "safe." Ewing told the Cobb County Police Department that Price was recovering from COVID-19 at an undisclosed location and is not in harm’s way, according to TMZ. Kelly announced that she was battling the virus in July and was reportedly hospitalized and discharged.
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Family Of 6-Year-Old Girl Who Died On Amusement Park Ride Alleges Operators Neglected To ‘Buckle Her In’ Before Deadly Fall

Beautiful and outgoing 6-year-old, Wongel Estifanos, died after falling out of the Haunted Mine Ride at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park in Glenwood Springs earlier this month. A new report from the state shows that she was "sitting on the seatbelts" instead of wearing them, and operators "reset an alarm" alerting them of an error before sending the ride on its way. Bemni Mekonnen, a close friend of the family sat down with 9News and expressed the that family is having a tough time. "The...
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JT Finally Addresses Those Lil Uzi Vert Pregnancy Rumors: ‘It’s Getting Weird!!!!’

JT took to Twitter, slamming those who assume she's pregnant just because she's treating her nausea.
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WELP: Kyrie Irving & More NBA Anti-Vaxxers And Conspiracy Theorists Are Risking The Season For Their Beliefs

But, of course, it's not just Kyrie. The Orlando Magic’s 23-year-old starting forward, Jonathan Isaac, is deeply religious and proudly unvaccinated.
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The Importance of Checking Your Home for Asbestos

Did you know that homes built before 1980 are at a higher risk of containing asbestos materials? Before the 1980s, there were very few restrictions on the use of asbestos in building materials. This has resulted in health complications for those exposed to asbestos, including the possibility of being diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer, because of toxic fibers in the air. In honor of Mesothelioma Awareness Day on September 26th, it’s important to stress the importance of what can happen if expo...
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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Moves And Cancels Concerts

The BSO relocated one concert and canceled two at Strathmore Hall, and not for the first time – this decision was “once again to allow Strathmore and the ticket sellers union an opportunity to resolve their dispute.” – Baltimore Sun
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Decoding Opera With The New Populist Audio Form

The podcast Aria Code, now in its third season, is a collaboration between the Met and WQXR, and it’s hosted by musician Rhiannon Giddens. “Producers aim for a mix of well-known operas and … more obscure gems,” and downloads are booming. – The New York Times
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How a math trick helped one band made 500% more in streaming music royalties

Pitchfork recently reported a game-changing accounting revolution in the music industry: Under SoundCloud's "fan-powered" royalty model, unveiled in March, a listener's subscription or advertising revenue goes directly to the artists to whom they listen in a given period of time; that's instead of the "pro-rata" model typically used by Spotify and other streaming services where money is pooled and divvied up to rights holders based on their market share. — Read the rest
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"He introduced a descending bassline... 'a common enough progression in jazz, but unusual among folksingers.'"

"It’s actually something you’d get a fair bit in baroque music as well, and van Ronk introducing this into the song is probably what eventually led to things like Procul Harum’s 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' ripping off Bach doing essentially the same thing. What van Ronk did was a simple trick. You play a descending scale, mostly in semitones, while holding the same chord shape which creates a lot of interesting chords. The bass line he played is basically this...  And he held an A minor shape over...
Tags: Music, Law, The Kinks, The Beach Boys, Bach, The Byrds, Tom Petty, Moody Blues, Everly Brothers, Andrew Hickey, Ann Althouse, Van Ronk

Netflix Live Action Cowboy Bebop OP Teases More Characters, Lacks Ed

The opening sequence for the live action Netflix Cowboy Bebop series has been met with a mix of both positive and negative reception for some reason, as it mostly recreates the original OP and teases some familiar characters (except for Ed). The opening sequence set to the ever classic “TANK”: The OP was dealt a […]
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‘Anything I do, I want to be the best’: Usain Bolt

Can the fastest man on the planet become a chart-topping reggae star?Hang on,” I can’t help thinking as I wait for Usain Bolt – the Usain Bolt, Fastest Man In The World Usain Bolt – to magically appear on the laptop screen in my kitchen. Bolt has released a reggae album with his childhood friend and manager Nugent “NJ” Walker, and I’ve been granted an interview. Except… has there been some terrible mix-up? Am I interviewing some other Usain Bolt, some lesser-known reggae artist who just happens ...
Tags: Music, UK, England, Football, Sport, Culture, Liverpool, Athletics, Reggae, Jamie Carragher, Usain Bolt, Nugent, Walker, Manchester City 's Etihad Stadium

Beatles on the brink: the truth about the Fab Four’s final days

The director’s new documentary weaves together hours of unseen footage to dispel many myths about the band’s final weeks. John Harris, who was involved in the project, tells the inside storyOn paper, the idea looked brilliant. In the opening weeks of January 1969, the Beatles were working up new songs for a televised concert, and being filmed as they did so. Where the event would take place was unclear – but as rehearsals at Twickenham film studios went on, one of their associates came up with t...
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