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Bond

Bumblebee Slim (111)

Open Guitar Forum · 12/16/2011 6:58 AM
English spy or chubby little middle-aged troll who's losing his hair?
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12/17/2011 11:16 AM

Adrian Dupree (4969) wrote:

I prefer the English spy.



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7/11/2013 2:54 PM

Inactive Member wrote:

Adriano...



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7/16/2013 4:06 PM

Adriano Parmiggianno (6926) wrote:

Dupree!



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7/19/2013 11:46 AM

Inactive Member wrote:

You, me and loser Dupree...

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12/17/2011 9:35 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Actually, Im not that small. About 61 and yeah, Im chubby, so
what.
I bet you dont have the balls to shoo a fly off a steak.

Another colloquialism for your dumb ass.

And yes, If I met you in person, I could make you cry.

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12/18/2011 11:00 AM

Randy Combs (6529) wrote:

OMG, Chris you made me laugh big time!!!



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12/18/2011 11:05 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Well you know me; I aims to please :)





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12/18/2011 11:20 PM

Warren Hunt (5730) wrote:

Classic Chris. LMAO.



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12/19/2011 10:19 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Here queer, chew on this




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12/20/2011 11:42 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Nice comping bro!





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12/20/2011 4:27 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

tanks RH



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12/21/2011 9:51 PM

I-air Color (626) wrote:

Hey Chris

I just listened to your jazz stuff, if that was you that is. Nice stuff. What kind of guitar are you using? Nice fingering also.





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Re: Bond

12/21/2011 10:20 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Thats actually one of my beaters, a MIchael Kelly Patriot. My
primary Jazz Box is having some mods done to it but the MK does
the job. My amp is the 4 speaker Microcube right next to amp, I
love solid state amps for jazz.





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Re: Bond

12/21/2011 11:39 PM

Adrian Dupree (4969) wrote:

I wanted a microcube at one point... ended up
getting a honeytone mini amp from Danelectro.
Regardless, I liked the retro look of the mini amp.







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12/22/2011 12:26 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

I just love the microcube(s) I have three different models. Great little
gigging amps for small venus. If you want to play bop lines only.
you can run your ipod thru it, or it also has drum machine built in.

The one i used on the recording id MC stereo w/4 small 4
speakers but I have original (no drum machine) and the street
performer which is wedge shaped and projects outside better plus it
has a better sounding acoustic parameters.

Did i say mention I dig the microcubes?







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12/22/2011 8:19 AM

Ken Richardson (9051) wrote:

Do you mean Roland's Cube/Microcube? I got one used a while back (MicroCube) ... I have to admit they are pretty cool.









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12/22/2011 10:16 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Yeah, I love em. The tone is actually similar to the vox acs (solid
states) but a lot cheaper.









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12/22/2011 10:30 AM

Ken Richardson (9051) wrote:

The MC is really easy to use too - easy to dial up chorus or reverb and other effects without going thru menus and such.








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12/23/2011 11:42 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

The tone you got is great so it got my searching again but the eagle has not landed. A great consideration for when I do breakdown and ready to buy something.







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12/23/2011 2:32 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Check out the other post titles solos That growl is the same exact
rig.





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Jazz Tones

12/22/2011 10:26 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Solid State seems to work best for Jazz. I am still using tube amps for this but am considering getting one just for that modality. May look into the cube or may go to another approach. A Polytone would be ideal but just too much money if I can find another path. I have considered going with just 44 Magnum with maybe a chorus and reverb in front. Volume and Tone controls purely from the guitar - Well the 44 Magnum has a master. Really it depends on how much clean headroom I can get out of it and all of this makes traveling easier.





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12/22/2011 12:16 PM

Ken Richardson (9051) wrote:

How do you like the 44 Mag? What cab do you use with it?

You might find a Roland Cube that you like.







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Re: Jazz Tones

12/23/2011 11:36 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

I haven't done it yet but if I were I would just be running it with Celetion equipped MB Thiele cabs. They has a nice warmth that I love.

After I posted regarding the cube I figured I would search ebay, craigslist and even GC used online and my decision was to pass on it. I have done this search many times and have never been convinced to go this route. So I am still in inner debate and conflict.

This website added fuel to the fire as well:

http://www.jazzguitar.be/jazz_guitar_amps.html

Lots of choices and deviations to choose from. The best mental choice that I may consider is to build another amp with a higher powered back end to improve headroom and no master.





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Re: Jazz Tones

12/23/2011 4:11 PM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

Yeah, the old Roland JC120 Jazz Chorus was awesome! Played through one...man, had to be almost 27 years ago, and sounded really nice!

I saw one used, at a local shop, maybe last month, for around $500???

Sweet amp.








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Re: Jazz Tones

12/25/2011 9:05 PM

Jeremy Cotton (7938) wrote:

Yeah, I always liked the JC-120 a lot. Although
if I didn't have to be the one to carry it around,
I'd love to play a 175 through a Fender Twin all
the time.

The smaller Roland JC's just aren't the same
somehow...I've tried a lot of different kinds of
amps over the years and there's not much I'd take
over a JC-120.

Your mileage may of course vary.





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Re: Jazz Tones

12/26/2011 5:10 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Ah yes, they ol Joe pass rig. Probably one of the most used by the
greats, other than maybe a 120 or polytone. I guess I would call
them the trifecta lol





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12/28/2011 9:29 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

My God, I think this site finally kicked up its heels and died.





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12/28/2011 9:55 AM

Randy Combs (6529) wrote:

Yes, crickets can be heard in the background





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12/28/2011 10:03 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Only the wind blows and tumbleweeds exist in the ghost town. Every so often a stranger passes through and all of the local spirits who still haunt this place come around.

Hotel Wholenote.....







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12/29/2011 12:02 AM

Adrian Dupree (4969) wrote:

"Only the wind blows and tumbleweeds exist in the
ghost town. Every so often a stranger passes through
and all of the local spirits who still haunt this
place come around.

Hotel Wholenote....."

You said it!





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7/11/2013 2:53 PM

Inactive Member wrote:

You killed it.



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Re: Bond

7/19/2013 11:44 AM

Inactive Member wrote:

chubby little middle-aged troll

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Re: Bond

12/18/2011 3:37 PM

Adrian Dupree (4969) wrote:

"Im chubby, so what.
I bet you dont have the balls to shoo a fly off a
steak."

Classic!

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Re: Bond

12/19/2011 10:23 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Bwah-ha-ha-ha.....

oy.....

Bwah-ha-ha-ha.....

Way to go CB!

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Re: Bond

12/19/2011 3:58 PM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

LOL....good one

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Re: Bond

12/20/2011 12:03 AM

Bumblebee Slim (111) wrote:

O.K., I get it - you think you're like some jowly Jason Statham.
But, you realize that being a tough guy on the interwebz and being
one in the real world are two different things, right? So, your
imagination may be telling you that you're some macho stud, but
your splotchy pink jowls, shortness of breath and lack of
testoserone tells the rest of the world a different story.
btw - I saw the video you posted for Randy. Do you always wear
lipstick when you play?

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Re: Bond

12/20/2011 1:49 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

No the lipstick was left on my balls from your lips. And how did
you know my testosterone was low? ONly bitches who have
tasted my jizz know that,...you got a blonde wig around I dont
know about?

My splotchy pink jowls, what the f--- is that? Give you a little
rise in baby gap jeans did they? Perhaps make you do the old
hump the poor lil dog till he passes out with convulsions maybe?

Please tighten your A hole, (if you can, Im sorry about your
prolapse) but the mice you put up there last year are now full
grown rats and quite frankly they are bit off putting.

Oh, and since this is, or used to be a musicians site, I have yet to
see any of your postings



Salad tosser



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Re: Bond

12/21/2011 8:12 PM

Bumblebee Slim (111) wrote:

Your obsession with homosexuality and homophobia reminds
me of all the homophobes who have turned out to be latent
homosexuals themselves. I'd say you meet all the criteria - why
else would you be so intimately familiar with all these details that
the rest of us obviously have no knowledge of? I was wrong
about you; you're not Jason Statham you're more like a guitar
carrying J Edgar Hoover. You could be the Liberace of jazz guitar!
I really appreciate you posting that video of you with the guitar.
You have improved since the last one I remember seeing. It's
provided much holiday joy here in the South, and I thought I
should return the favor. So here's my sincere Christmas gift to
you: Work on your timing and tune your guitar. If you take my
advice and lose the chip on your shoulder, you'll be better for it.
Merry Christmas



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12/21/2011 10:23 PM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Ill take all of that under advisement, thank you

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Re: Bond

12/20/2011 1:59 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

That video was intended for you. You should have guessed when I
called you a queer, or maybe you had splooge in your eye

There once was dude named bumblebee slim
He used beg all the dudes to a-- f--- him
Then one day, while he was being gay
His mom grabbed him by the lips and split him at the hips.


Prostate digger

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12/20/2011 9:14 PM

Adrian Dupree (4969) wrote:

Hello Bumblebee.
I'm siding with Chris Bond on this one. Except I'm
not going to use strong language and run my mouth
about it.

Don't be a troll. Because you're definitely
becoming one.

Thanks






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12/21/2011 1:04 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

What who me? Run my mouth? awwwww Cmon, you know me
better than that..

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12/23/2011 12:53 AM

Warren Hunt (5730) wrote:

Its great to see this thread has turned around. Great playing as usual CB.

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12/23/2011 1:59 AM

Chris Bond II (2841) wrote:

Yeah, it was getting out of hand. Thanks