Hello all. Just wanted to take a minute and introduce myself. I'm a middle-aged HVAC tech who lives in PA. I like hanging out with friends,
dominating the grill, and playing my BC Rich guitar hooked up to my Randall half stack. (Tubes rule!)
Unfortunately, all that has been put on the back burner recently. Since I just woke up, it seems that there are more pressing matters that need to be
taken care of. I do confess, that it's very difficult to determine what is real vs what is unreal or exaggerated - and even more difficult to try
and educate family and friends. It makes me feel like I'm the crazy one sometimes. Can't eat, can't sleep, and things actually look really
different when I go out. I can't explain it......nothing looks the same. Maybe that's normal for just waking up......I dunno.
Anyway, some of you old timers might be able to relate to my name. For those that don't, I'd like to share with you the saddest day in the life of
Johnny Sokko. For some reason, this stuck with me as a child.
enjoy your stay but dont touch anything, the vases are expencive and i hate cleaning choclate covered finger prints off the doors.
seriously though dont touch anything.
EDIT TO ADD: That vid you posted I watched that movie on Mystery Science Theater God that movie was stupid but it was supper funny
with 2 robots and some dude watching it with you. man the good old days..I cant remember what that movie was called though
The series was called Johnny Sokko And His Flying Robot. When I was a little kid, in the early 70's, that's pretty much all I watched. Well, that
and UltraMan. He kicked some butt too. Those shows were from a time whey you had to get up and turn the knob on your tv to change the channel. lol
There are also 10 full episodes here:
Welcome Sokko, don't forget your tuff skin suit before entering. As sometimes it can be a little hard to deal with some posters. Overall you
shouldn't have any problems. Tin foil is optional but preffered. Have fun and see you on the boards.
I've even been fitted with a 1/4" guitar jack (with tube pre-amp), Brian Moore USB, and Roland G-Series interface. I can run NI Guitar Rig, along
with many other pro audio apps and plug-ins as well.
Good to see you again. Maybe we'll jam sometime. See you around...
Are you referring to the NI Guitar Rig Kontrol edition or is it just software? Their stuff looks pretty sweet. I've been playing for over 20 years
but not professionally. I've stuck with Digitech since I first bought their RP-5. Right now I'm using the Digitech gnx4 which is pretty cool.
Built in drum machine, 8 track recorder and comes with Pro Tracks Plus software. Pretty good stuff for 'round $400.
Keep on jammin' my friend - and thanks for the reply.
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