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Thread: A Visit to Tom's Place (Montesquieu)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Sounds great, Tom. We'll so something in April then, yeah? Will let you know when nearer the time, probably be nearer the end of the month. I'll bring a few toys down... Should be a good sesh!

    Marco.
    Thought I'd replied to this, sounds perfect

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    Nice one, dude. If I forget (as I've got so much going on), remind me!

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by montesquieu View Post
    2) after 18 months I need to have a new classical music day. This will be a Saturday or Sunday in May, I've decided. Watch this space! (And don't worry other music than Lieder will be allowed, indeed if Jerry wants to bring his Shostakovich he'll be most welcome).
    Make that a Sunday for me, if you can, Tom!

    --- and, yes, do go easy on the Lieder ---
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    Quote Originally Posted by jandl100 View Post
    Make that a Sunday for me, if you can, Tom!

    --- and, yes, do go easy on the Lieder ---
    No worries Jerry I'll spare your delicate sensibilities the horrors of Schubert + Goethe ....

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    That's what makes our hobby (obsession?) interesting. A day of lieder would be hell for me -as, I imagine, for Tom a day of-say- Pat Metheny - would be, let alone Los Lobos and John Hiatt!
    Though maybe he could stand some Fado?
    Perhaps I'd have to stick to guitar flamenco (I say 'guitar' as I'm not sure Cante Hondo (song) would suit someone whose ears are tuned to Plainsong!)
    And I'm wincing at Opera on 'Private Passions' on radio as I type!
    Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornucopia View Post
    That's what makes our hobby (obsession?) interesting. A day of lieder would be hell for me -as, I imagine, for Tom a day of-say- Pat Metheny - would be, let alone Los Lobos and John Hiatt!
    Though maybe he could stand some Fado?
    Perhaps I'd have to stick to guitar flamenco (I say 'guitar' as I'm not sure Cante Hondo (song) would suit someone whose ears are tuned to Plainsong!)
    And I'm wincing at Opera on 'Private Passions' on radio as I type!
    Actually I'm quite a Pat Metheney fan but I haven't heard of any of the others.

    Hell for me is actually anything in the 'girl with guitar' department ....

    BTW on reflection perhaps have posted this here http://theartofsound.net/forum/showt...a-brief-review

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Great stuff, chaps! Always good to hear about successful little get-togethers

    just imagine what a Copper amp would be like!

    Marco.
    Now that's a mean thing to say, as your amp is one of only two or three...

    Don't know if Ant could make a new 'Copper' amp, or maybe his current TD amps are better again.....
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    Marco:
    Would you change amps if you heard something better! or is your amp the best in da world?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSJR View Post
    Now that's a mean thing to say, as your amp is one of only two or three...

    Don't know if Ant could make a new 'Copper' amp, or maybe his current TD amps are better again.....
    Lol... Oh he would, if someone wanted one and was willing to pay around 5k for it. His Soul monoblocks are even better (certainly in some areas), but they're about 15k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Barbarian View Post
    Marco:
    Would you change amps if you heard something better! or is your amp the best in da world?
    I've never said that it's the best amp in the world, dude. I like it, and most others who've heard it also seem to. I've already stated that Tom's Radford could give it a run for its money, and I'm sure that'll prove to be the case when we have our sesh

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