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He also goes on to point out the idiosyncratic nature of the amp/guitar combo and the effect each will have on altering your playing and performance. The sonic epiphanies will astound you.
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I was a child in the seventies and had the great fortune of being raised in a house of music. Because of this, I became a musician and vocalist myself as a teenager.
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This book reads like a modern-day version of Thucydides, the Greek historian, The History of the Peloponnesian War and the corruption of language.