What do YOU want from an artist web site?

gtrmac gtrmac@prodigy.net
Wed Sep 22 17:34:02 EDT 2004


Pedal's Are great but one should know when to use them . It was ounce said
Earl Hooker was the only Musician that could use Wah Wah Pedal effectively I
myself use a pedal but only as an edge Beginning's Sometime Ending . You
should never use a pedal because your lack of skill to play the instrument.
Plug and play is the best  and it shows your ability to master your
instrument A guitar Etc, is an extension of you That's why no two or three
strat player's sound the same.If you are a wimp you will sound like a wimp
On the other hand if you are Macho you will sound Macho.

Guitar Mac.
http://www.guitarmac.com
http://pages.prodigy.net/gtrmac
----- Original Message -----
From: "Damon M. Ayala" <DME4music@aol.com>
To: <BLUES-L@LISTS.NETSPACE.ORG>
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 1:22 PM
Subject: Re: What do YOU want from an artist web site?


> I have to respectfully disagree with you RJ.  Clothing does not make one
bit
> of difference when it comes to the music.  Give me some good grooves over
fine
> threads any day of the week.  I'm not saying you have to dress down, but
you
> don't HAVE to dress up either, IMO.
>
> On the other hand, if it's a fromal event, I agree that your rules apply.
>
> But then again, I'm not a musician, so what do I know.  I am a fan,
however,
> so maybe my opinion counts more.  RJ, wear what you want, I'll still come
to
> your gig.
>
> Damon
> www.carlosguitarlos.com
>
> In a message dated 9/22/2004 12:55:58 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> rjblues2@AOL.COM writes:
> I have to agree with Ryan, Kevin and Mac, professional musicians dress for
> the gig.  I will add one added note: if its 100 degrees in the summer, and
> we're
> playing the corner bar --I am gonna dress like I'm in one of those jam
bands:
> shorts and a T-shirt!  If its a real stage, then we tough it out and dress
> for the gig.  Bluesmen like BB and Muddy - they wore suits.  Its like a
homage
> to them to dress for a gig.  Back to the website issue: have a well
dressed
> pic
> of your band.  If your wearin' a Ted Nugent T-shirt, I'm not coming to
your
> gig.  Also, those equipment lists where guys mention their gear, don't
impress
> me.  Endorsements are great, but to tell people about your pedals...shut
up.
> 'Course if I see pedal's listed on your site, I'm not showing up or even
> taking your music serious.  Did T-Bone use a flanger?
>
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