Australian Music Assoc. Convention '06 Pictures

I will be gradually posting pictures to this thread as I take care of all the technicalities of resizing etc.

My highlight of the weekend? Getting potato wedges from the buffet at dinner at the same time as Seymour Duncan was. It was like a buffet duet with tongs. Really.

Unfortunately I didn't have my camera with me that evening.

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You was in the same room as the great Seymour? what an honour.

I once shook hands and had a lengthy disucssion about EL34 valves with the equally great Andy Marshall, of UniValve, BiValve, Plexi THD fame.
Bass would have loved it, he was talking about Plate voltages, hand wired custom output transformers, the advantages of shielded multi stranded copper wire over unshielded single core silver/copper mix, oh they were the days, i was of course on several types of medication in those days. :lol:
I did know someone who used to be Seymours secretary in Santa Barbara, it was in his early days of pick up design, he was (aledgedly) supposed to have been a bit of a letch.

Well I didn't speak with Seymour unfortunately, so possibly have a better claim to fame. Sure was and honor though, 3 minutes later and I would have shared the urinal with him the next night. That woulda been a story for the grandkids.

This one is for 1B... Tube amp iPod dock. :lol:

A bit more of an update on Seymour - he said he's staying here in the land of OZ (aka world's best Cricketing nation) at the moment and he's looking to buy some land with kangaroos.

Just a few more reasons why we got it much better down here than those of you living in the world's only nation to have an oxymoron for it's name. :wink:

jason wrote:
Just a few more reasons why we got it much better down here than those of you living in the world's only nation to have an oxymoron for it's name. :wink:

Great Britain, you mean? Hey don't blame us, go tell it to Marketing.

jason wrote:
A bit more of an update on Seymour - he said he's staying here in the land of OZ (aka world's best Cricketing nation) at the moment and he's looking to buy some land with kangaroos.

:wink:

That was true, until he caught Mike eyeing him up at the urinals, then it was a first class ticket all the way back to California.
I dont think of myself as a 'Great Britain' anymore, i think of myself as English, and i for one wont be voting for a Scotsman to be our next PM.
Only in England can this sort of thing happen.
Devolution for England!!
Anyone thinking of moving to OZ should rent the DVD 'Wolf Creek' im sending Seymour a copy today.
As for the Cricket, well lets see what happens on the English tour in the winter, I actualy think there could be serious riots when we bring the Ashes back home, cos the Aussies have never known how to accept defeat graciously England has had plenty of practice! :lol:

Four episodes of Coronation Street is enough to scare me away from your part of the world for quite some time. Don't get me wrong, I know YOU aren't like that Lee, 1Bass on the otherhand..............

i'm moving to WA next year where wolf creek is !!!!

its a good film , eh ?

Wolf Creek is a classic, more shocking than the recent pictures of tail less Stingrays turning up on Oz beaches.
'Head on a stick' that bit still makes me feel sick now.
Make sure you go when the cricket is on, then, when we stuff em, you can hold your head up and say, 'YES, i am an ENGLISHMAN !! and im proud of it' then of course do a runner a dont look back :lol:
And remember the OZ culture revolves around an outdoor cooking vessel filled with charcoal and some King Prawns, all their other culture is imported from the US :wink:

Michael wrote:
Four episodes of Coronation Street is enough to scare me away from your part of the world for quite some time. Don't get me wrong, I know YOU aren't like that Lee, 1Bass on the otherhand..............

Blimey! If you think that's bad, then you should see EastEnders.

Appalling!

Anyway, where's these pictures you mention?

Good point?!

Also, I was born in the bit of England 'Corrie' is supposed to represent...what the hucking fell...we're not all like that! (although I did escape at 2 1/2yrs old) But yeah, Eastenders, inbreds with a tendency to murder each other, but you don't have to visit the south, you could always fly to Leeds/Bradford :)

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