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      MYGNRFORUM Theme Template Update - Additional Features   09/09/2017

      Happy to announce that the upgrades have almost been completed and the new custom theme is available for all users. There are still a few bugs to work out which we hope to have solved over the next day or two.   To use the new template, click on Themes at the bottom left side of the page and click on MYGNRFORUM (New): It is now set to default in case you did not previously changed themes. A new feature of this update are the new reactions to posts.  By click on the like button, users have a choice of five different reactions (two of our own design): Remember, if you GNR like something, make it a dolphin like! Please use the Ask Staff Anything thread with any questions or concerns. Thanks to everyone for your patience and cooperation over the last couple of weeks while we got this done.  


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About Klay

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    Portugal - Lisbon
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    Music, songwriting, guitars, F1 races.

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  1. Black Hole Sun had a beautiful piano intro by Dizzy , I hope someone recorded it.
  2. The show was great , the crowd of 60,000 fans loved and that's what mattered. The band plays and sounds top notch, more polished than old days and Axl was great and into it. Funny people still think as they're to be compared to their 20s.
  3. The Gear Thread

    I've played quite a few times the head version. This is the Dual Reverb, there's another version of the 900 series that's the SL-X that sounds even better to me. This amp gives you the traditional Marshall voicing which is great for classic rock, sounds like a Marshall should and I think it's much better than the Blues Deluxe if you're into rock. However this is not the most loved Marshall ever. I do prefer other Marshalls on the same price range that are also very common to find - the DSL or even better the Vintage Modern, one of my fav Marshalls ever. If you want the ultimate Marshall then go for a 800 2203 or it's combo version (the single channel one).
  4. Can Axl Sing Slither?

    Everyone can sing Slither.
  5. The Gear Thread

    That's a pitty, they look great and everybody says they're a big step up the regular USA line (I don't know how's that possible!). I don't have big hands, I much prefer a in between slim 60s neck and 50s round style neck; I would love to have a R7 Gold Top or R8 (as R9 and R0 are crazy expensive) but I guess it's not meant to be.
  6. The Gear Thread

    How do you like the R8 and R9 necks? Is the R8 really that chunky?
  7. Gilby used to be much better than this , I don't know what happened to him. I love Kill For Thrills and his first solo albuns
  8. That rehearsal sounded great. The tone onstage is much better than what the public is hearing through the PA, judging from the several videos I've seen (captured with cell phones just like this seems to have been).
  9. That was great , I learned some stuff , thanks !! Not that I think that album guitar tones were memorable but the techniques a top producer like him shares are always precious for those who love this stuff. The device to move the mics position remotely... I had that idea and was planning to do a device like that but after all it exists already - oh well...
  10. 2016 Clips

    Sounds fantastic, congrats!
  11. 2016 Clips

    They all sound real great!! Most of them remind me of Snakepit kinda tunes, which is good. The only thing I would change is I would isolate more your great vocals instead of harmonizing most of the time with that lower octave you have going on most of the time, which sounds great but should be placed wisely to emphasize certain key parts of the song. Looking forward to 2017!
  12. Sounds cool man; also the singer'd voice reminds me of Jim Morrison - keep it going and have fun!
  13. The Gear Thread

    I think midi control is the way to go - you can keep all your pedals away close to the amp (no more big lengths of cable going back and forth to suck your tone) and with a Midi pedal looper switch you can activate any combination of pedals remotely. Edit: Here's the midi controller I built - this is the final prototype which is fully working (it's not pretty but it works fine!): It has some unique features: - all signals (including power supply, Midi,...) are sent and received by a simple LAN cable RJ45, like you use on any computer: cheap, readly available, you can have long runs of cable - the expression pedal position isn't read by any potentiometer to wear out over time, I set up a way to read it's position without any wires! - it receives the guitar signal (coming by the Lan cable) so that you can connect an external tuner pedal close to you This was quite a challenge as I knew nothing about programing microcontrollers , working with displays, sending midi messages, ... Now I'm building a rack pedal switcher, which will also receive this pedal signals and turn on or off individual pedals (or combinations of them) to complement by effects processor with analog pedals.