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Old 07-31-2010, 05:12 AM   #183
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:25 PM   #184
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I am wondering if there is an Airstream accessory Sick Sack dispenser...or puke pan type item. If I ever have to watch The Black Eyed Peas at a half time show ...while I am in the Airstream, I will need immediate access....or else vomit wherever.
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Old 02-06-2011, 08:56 PM   #185
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I am wondering if there is an Airstream accessory Sick Sack dispenser...or puke pan type item. If I ever have to watch The Black Eyed Peas at a half time show ...while I am in the Airstream, I will need immediate access....or else vomit wherever.
We switched to our local news for half time, so we missed the Peas. Sounds like it was a good thing.
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Old 02-06-2011, 09:23 PM   #186
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You know I was telling my wife why didn't they have entertainment that you could understand what they were saying...I love black eyed peas in a taco salad...not on tv...didn't need the barf bag...I switched the channel...I did however, barf after the game...
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Old 02-07-2011, 07:55 AM   #187
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Old 02-08-2011, 10:37 AM   #188
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I've played keys for a number of bands in the SW Ohio area over the past few decades. Mostly rock and top 40, but the last band covered newer country.

Music was a second job for a long time but now I'd rather be camping.

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Old 11-12-2011, 06:56 AM   #189
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I played sax and bassoon in jr. high band, which was all my music training. Hey, it taught me to read music, anyhow. Then I got into guitars. Of course. I was a long hair, you see. We HAD to smoke dope and play guitars in those days. Mandatory. I picked up a few little Hohner blues harps and always had a harmonica with me. I went thru a number of six strings and 12 string acoustics. A couple electrics. Have a Fender cheapOCaster in the closet right now. Havent touched it in years. The strings have rusted thru twice here. Three years ago La Gringa gave me a violin for christmas. Because I was always digging cool fiddle music. I played around with it for a while, but then last year when we decided to get the airstream I realized it would be a nice little instrument to carry around. I started playing more, and now practice at least half an hour a day, minimum. Usually more.

Now I am looking for a good deal on a used electric violin, specifically something like the Yamaha SV (Silent Violin) 130. This doesn't have a sound box, so it's pretty quiet on it's own. I am thinking I can add one of the rubber or brass bridge mutes and make it even quieter. You can imput ipod music and play along listening thru headphones. I am thinking I will load up the ipod with a bunch of blues, and backing tracks, and blissfully wail away through my headphones while airstream camping, and nobody outside the trailer will ever hear it. Or in hotel rooms.

I would really love to listen to some live fiddlers who play blues. There are no such animals here on this little island where I live. Here, they play this wierd music that includes carpentry saws and kazoos. no kidding. It's a local kind of folk reggae, and it SURE ain't blues. Some of it is, mildly, okay.

Come to think of it, theres a version of "Dry Conch and Grits" by The Island Boys on one of our blog posts, if anyone is interested in what local Turks and Caicos Islands music sounds like.
2 Gringos in the Caribbean: "Take me back to Middle Caicos....

So you can see...If I want to hear live fiddle blues here, I have to play them myself..
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Old 11-15-2011, 09:57 AM   #190
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I also play guitar and banjo....Have several Martins, and banjos as well....Old 67 mastertone and a recent new Gold Granada ..... Play the guitar mostly.....but can thump the 5 string when I've had a few.....

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Old 11-15-2011, 10:32 AM   #191
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:42 AM   #192
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Unique... guitar.

Was trolling Craigslist in the Corpus Christi music listings and ran across this ad for a Gibson Epiphone Air Screamer Trailer Park Troubador Guitar for sale in Portland, Tx (outside Corpus). No, I have nothing to do with it but though someone out there just might..!
Rare Gibson Epiphone Air Screamer Trailer Park Troubador Guitar
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this ad for a Gibson Epiphone Air Screamer Trailer Park Troubador Guitar for sale in Portland, Tx (outside Corpus).
What a strange axe!
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Musicians entertain themselves.

Entertainers, entertain the audience.

Hence music way too loud, which becomes a noise.

Noise, a sound that's disliked.

Anything over 85 decibels, for more than a very few minutes, damages the ears.

Seniors many times have hearing problems, but the younger generation is oblivious to it.

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Was trolling Craigslist in the Corpus Christi music listings and ran across this ad for a Gibson Epiphone Air Screamer Trailer Park Troubador Guitar for sale in Portland, Tx (outside Corpus). No, I have nothing to do with it but though someone out there just might..!
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You know, I sort of remember when those were available.

Hey Bill, it's been a while. My best to both of you!
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What a strange axe!
Yeah, that was pretty much my reaction at the time. Hasn't changed.
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Old 01-15-2013, 01:36 PM   #196
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Hey Bill, it's been a while. My best to both of you!
Same to you Vaughan! Hey, I’ll PM you...
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