Steve Smallwood’s Intro
I would like to welcome the 2010 Defcon Deathmatch Champion to our review team. Everyone knows how much Justin has embraced his love for extract over the years. I do believe Justin has met his match with Steve. The guy absolutely loves the stuff. So if you have an extract for the guy to try out, then contact me and I will get you his address for the review. Until then, Steve will have to settle for the lighter heat levels. Welcome to the fold Steve, I am glad to have ya!
18 thoughts on “Steve Smallwood’s Intro”
Awesome, you play too, Steve? What kind of gear do you have?
Hi Steve, you are a freak of nature.
That’s a pretty heavy accent, are you sure your not from California dude?
I’m sure Parker . I was born in raised in Northern,Ky but I’ve never lived on a farm . I am city hillbilly 😎 😎 . Yeah Scott I’ve played for years . I never took any type of formal lessons . I just got magazines and videos and learn riffs here and there . I have in last 5-6 years though have gotten carpal tunnel syndrome and it’s difficult to play a lot of times . I am nowhere as good as I was 10 years ago but still love to play . I have in guitars an Ibanez S520EX (for the money is one the sweetest playing guitars around period!!) there is an old Custom Peavey Tracer( old school shred guitar from around 1987-1990 . This is a very nice playing guitar. I also have a Jackson King V Professional that I just got body needs a little TLC but some sanding a repaint it’ll be like new . It’s sweet playing metal machine . The last guitar is an ESP Horizon absolutely best $400 I ever spent on gear . Thank god MARS MUSIC sold stuff way cheap it retailed for $799 unbelievable playing guitar . I use a LINE6 POD XTLIVE for effects and recording . My amp I use a LINE6 Spider Valve 40 Watt Tube Amp with a BBE Sonic Maximizer to boost signal and fill out the tone .
Also if anyone wants any Bhut Jolokia,7Pot7Pod,Thai and Red Savina seeds . I have an indoor grow room going to keep me supplied all winter which :_punk: I also may germinate some Peter Peppers,Naga Morich,King Bhut Jolokias from pepper joe’s , and Mustard Habaneros . I have seeds for them but need to get them growing so I can transplant them to my green house next year . I have a good batch of Cayennes,Red Habs,Jalapenos,thais and giant thais, and ones mentioned above .WOOHOOO 7pots are almost ripe can’t wait to try one . I can send a few fresh peppers if anyone wants to try one . I have been doing some research on hydroponic grown peppers and my give that a shot . I can fit more in a small area . My 1000 watt hps/metal halide can grow a lot in a 8ftx8ft area .If anyone is in the Northern,Ky, Cincinnati,Ohio area shoot me message before you come .I have some pretty good skills in Kitchen and on Grill or Smoker .I love to cook . Well you guys have a good day .Oh yeah Parker I hope knee is doing good man hope your all doing good .
OH and yes I can solve those rubik’s puzzles . I have 2×2,3×3,4×4,5×5,a 12 sided mega minx I have gotten it 1 time not memorized it all yet,and rubik’s magic and pyraminx pyramid . I’m :_retarded: but everyone is in their own way . I :_punk: for a :_retarded:
Wow, Thanks Steve!
Steve, where’s the little orange toilet bowl rabbit on the trophy?
It’s in there its just laying in the bowl. You worried me after I read your comment that one of my cats ran off with my bunny .
I sure hope you’re not a Bengals fan…lol
I was the same way – completely self-taught. My main sources of info on playing techniques were Doug Mark’s Metal Method series, mags like Guitar World, GFTPM, and Guitar Player, and watching Live Without a Net literally almost every night for a year and a half (it truly tested the limits of what VHS tapes could endure! 😉 )
I’ve had various Fender Strats, Kramer Barettas and a few EVH guitars like the Peavey Wolfgang over the years, but have since sold most of ’em. I’ve used numerous DOD, Boss and MXR effects pedals (was never into rack-mounted f/x). My favorite amp of all time was the original Carvin X100B 4×12 half stack. It’s provided a lot of faithful service over the years, it produces a sweet tone, and the only thing I’ve had to replace on it have been tubes once and many blown fuses. :_thumbsup:
I’ve never used metal method videos.I really the Wolfgang and Musicman guitars they are sweet.I have a Kramer neck that’s new still from 90s.I am hoping to make a project out of it.Would be cool to hang out and Jam sometime.I have some tutorial dvds I can probably burn you a copy if you like.
Yes unfortunately I am a Bungals fan.
I did the Metal Method courses when they were on cassette tape and before they did videos. Boy, how much does that date me? 🙂
Wow! I guess you learn something new everyday, Scott I always had a suspicion you were once big into the metal guitar shredding. and Steve, welcome aboard! I had one metal method cassette that i remember very vividly, it was for the Steve Vai segment from the Movie Crossroads, when a young Ralph Macchio was “cuttin heads” with the devil’s henchman, Jack Butler! I was mostly self-taught throughout the young years, but studied classica for awhile when I was at IU. I’ve always preferred the Ibanex RG series, low price, and long life, put that into one SUPERFUZZ BIG MUFF, CRY BABY WAH, and BOSS Digital Delay and it’s good to go. These days I’ve turned in most of the playing and just play a little here and there on an Alvarez acoustic.
I play a mean air guitar.
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