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Richard Kirby 
Red Barn
Palm Desert
Richard Kirby 
2005-07-20 11:19:30
Forever Changing Concept
Fateful Day

Forever Changing Concept Poster - Red Barn, Palm Desert - Richard Kirby

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The Fresh PrintsSend The Fresh Prints a message :   too many pedals= "imo" ? i could play in my panties...
thanks for all the compliments, though. these were handheld on the side of my bass cab, with house paint. rock.
  2005-08-01 13:58:37
creeSend cree a message :   rad. I always hook up 5 or 6, plus a splitter, but only ever end up using maybe 2. 3 if we play the one song we have that uses delay.   2005-07-23 15:41:42
seripopSend seripop a message :   7 or 8 pedals is 7 or 8 pedals too many imo!   2005-07-23 10:03:23
danieldangerSend danieldanger a message :   viva - 7 or 8 pedals isnt alot. i use about 25 myself.
the 5 color splitfountain is great!
  2005-07-23 10:02:04
bwhitlaSend bwhitla a message :   5 color split? sweet   2005-07-21 13:25:53
JjlemonadeSend Jjlemonade a message :   really nice elements. I love the type and the line quality. Top Notch!   2005-07-21 09:33:55
phoondaddySend phoondaddy a message :   Clever. Nice use of color. Took a bit to read it, but I think that was the point. Nice job.   2005-07-21 08:26:39
Vivi VuSend Vivi Vu a message :   This poster made me remember of a show where there was 7 or 8 pedals on stage and only 4 players. A friend of mine said "That's alot of pedals!!"   2005-07-21 05:50:45
SwitchSend Switch a message :   nice split, like this   2005-07-21 05:21:48
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