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Author Topic: Climb to top of line array in the rain? Check. Perform Guitar Solo? Check.  (Read 5810 times)

Donnie Evans

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Saw Mike McCready (pearl jam) do this in the Fox in Atlanta about 15 years ago.  Had a spot on him... he had a dummy up there too somewhere... they took the spot off and he dropped the dummy... everybody thought he fell.  it was pretty crazy.  
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Jon Waller

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+1 about Todd Rundgren.

I saw that show at the great Masonic Auditorium in Detroit back then.  It still amazes me that he climbed up the side of that thing while playing his guitar all the way up!
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Charlie Zureki

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 Not Bad...but, I wanted him to throw his guitar like Ace!
 Oh wait!...he only did that when he was pissed... Laughing

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Ivan Beaver wrote on Fri, 18 June 2010 10:07

Thank goodness for strap locks Very Happy


Why spend $20 for strap locks when a couple of roofing nails will do?

Dave Rickard

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Tim Padrick wrote on Sun, 27 June 2010 01:33

Ivan Beaver wrote on Fri, 18 June 2010 10:07

Thank goodness for strap locks Very Happy


Why spend $20 for strap locks when a couple of roofing nails will do?

Blasphemy!!!
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