Why were these guys so fucking good? How did they do it, how did they fucking do it, bros?
i cant be the only one who think these guys completly kicked ass when baker was around.
And why did they become so shit after Boces?
>tfw you will never experience this
why fucking live
It was a collaboration between 6 people who wanted their voices to be heard. Also, See You On The Other Side is a really good album. It's up there with Yerself Is Steam and Boces.
>tfw you will never see a lineup like this
What's the best David Bowie song and why is it Golden Years?
have you guys ever listened to this? lol it's pretty good
Post your favorite album, others try to guess what your favorite song off it is
Cenotaph and Paper Hats are the best songs off that album.
Guess all the bands depicted in this image
I first heard this 7 years ago, and I've tried to get into about two times a year since, and I just now "got" it. This is really good. Where do I go from here?
"The best non-metal album released in years"
- my dad, aged 40
mu, rate your favorite underrated bands. NO mucore. Only sub-mu core or not so much discussed artist allowed
s / t: 8.5/10
Health and Efficiency: 8/10
Start Packing: 8.5/10
No Way: 8/10
>Red Temple Spirits
Dancing to Restore An Eclipsed Moon: 8/10
If Tomorrow I Were Leaving For Lhasa: 8/10
Tragic Figures: 7/10
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ITT: we post an album and other people try to guess what it is
I'm in the market for another guitar pedal. Usually I've done a bunch of research to find a classic pedal before I made the purchase, but when it comes to delay I don't know where to start and it seems really complex/varied.
I'm looking to spend $150 or less. Are there any important/classic pedals that I should take note of?
There are tons of delay pedals that mostly do the same thing. I guess the only important distinction is between normal delay (delays the exact same sound) and analog delay (gives the delay a softer "tape" sound)
Most pedals are relatively simple, tho you could also spring for a complex delay like the one in your pic if you want to for some reason?
I'm really just looking for a shoegazy sound but I don't know where to start.
I haven't used pedals much in the past (I felt opposed to them cause i'm anal about being a tone purist) but I've wanting to explore lately.
I know some shoegaze people use reverse reverb
Just read up on delay pedals and decide what you want. Like I said, the biggest distinction is between normal delay and analog delay. Analog might be better for shoegaze, though I don't know. But as far as pedals go, delay is definitely one of the most versatile and useful
I call upon ye lurkers of /mu/
Can anyone help me identify this particular models name and worth (and anything else honestly)
Someone proposed a trade for it for a Les paul studio I have
Can't find a damn thing on the web so I turn to you all
Most likely one of many budget guitars of the 60's and 70's manufactured in Japan. I had a Gibson 335 clone Univox myself. They're neat and I actually really like them, but they're worth almost nothing. Get cash on top of it if you really want it.
What are some good albums/bands similar to the The Avalanches?
whoops, name stuck around from previous thread. but yeah, hit this album up. (beyond the sea by monster rally).
Why no prod thread?
Can someone give me feedback on this sp00ky thing
Taiwanese independence edition