What do YOU want from an artist web site?
Thu Sep 23 05:36:58 EDT 2004
Pat, do you list your pedals on your site? Tuners are a good thing. Wah can
be very cool too. Still, listing your pedals? I don't see it. I guess that
is for gear heads. I am NOT a guitar player, but I would guess that when cats
use those pedals, they are going for rock sound, going beyond the blues ala
BB, Muddy, T-Bone, etc.
Please don't make this personal cuz I have never been to your site. I
certainly wasn't referring to you in particular. I have no idea what type of gear
you use at all.
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2004 18:39:04 -0400
From: pat boyack <pat@PATBOYACK.COM>
Subject: Re: What do YOU want from an artist web site?
The best comments are about my gear! LOL Funny. You can just not hit that
The pedal thing is a silly bias, I'm sorry but I have been battling that shit
for a while now. I have a pedal board that I use with Tremelo, Delay (tape
echo for that 50's sound), Tube Screamer (one song for 10 seconds) and a Boss
tuner. It's not the pedals that suck it's how people use them and to say it
makes you less of a player....then go tell Duke
that.....oh and make sure I'm there to see HIS reaction when you tell him he
serious. Earl Hooker (pretty serious dude) used a WAH and I just got me one
so NAH! Jimmy Vaughan in the 80's had a rack (another serious dude). Hendrix
(very serious cat...can you dig it?), SRV (serious hat wearing MF).
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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