51 years old. AC/DC fan since I was 11, I live and breathe their music and first got a guitar because of Angus' playing. I'm an intermediate level Guitar player. Likes blues based Rock 'N' Roll bands.
I'm easy going, interested in life, people and nature.
Gear: 1970 Gibson SG, 1977 Ibanez Artist AR2622eq; 1979 Marshall 2203, 1971 Marshall 1960A Cab, Cetec Vega Diversity Dynex 2, and TSR No.36.
AntPosted at 18:07h, 30 December
Awsome playing! great sound!
ar2619RobPosted at 18:48h, 02 January
Thanks Ant 🙂
AngusrocksPosted at 11:09h, 23 November
rpatzeltPosted at 10:45h, 18 November
Now that’s the rock and roll attitude Rob 🙂
Hiiiigh, I say hiiiigh…
I wonder how your “take this guitar in your face” trick will look on a IMAX 3D screen 😉
rjofigPosted at 15:13h, 18 November
Haha – yeah, nice playing Rob; the guitar shaking bit, excellent 🙂
ar2619RobPosted at 16:12h, 18 November
Thank You both 🙂
jakesg61Posted at 18:08h, 17 November
This just shows how much inspiration Fil has given to people, this site has united us all, to keep rock n roll alive
bananePosted at 18:19h, 17 November
Yes, right. I just love being here. Logging in here is the third thing in the morning i do after checking mails and starting skype 🙂
bananePosted at 17:19h, 17 November
Wow, very good playing there, Rob. It’s clearly to see you had a lot of fun while playing. And very beautiful guitar 🙂
SGACEPosted at 17:08h, 17 November
Very Very Good… Bravo
SoloDallasPosted at 17:14h, 17 November
doesn’t that make you want… a 1970s SG? 😛 Fil 😉
bananePosted at 17:20h, 17 November
It makes even me want one. But must resist, anyhow 🙂
SGACEPosted at 19:30h, 17 November
hahaha, yes I DO..
ar2619RobPosted at 17:22h, 17 November
Thank you, and to everyone else too 🙂
This one is 1971, it’s currently getting a re-fret and Plek job and I really want it home!
What I’m longing for is a Jmp 50 Master Volume but I’m going to wait for a really well looked after one.
jakesg61Posted at 16:59h, 17 November
This is great! Good job
SoloDallasPosted at 16:53h, 17 November
I love this 🙂
ar2619RobPosted at 17:11h, 17 November
I learned this from your tutorial a year or so ago, it’s probably the best (a.k.a least worst) of my Youtube attempts, lol. I’ve found that the best way to improve is to record yourself and watch it back because the result is a bit of a shock to most people. I’ve enough years left to get there some day 🙂
bananePosted at 21:56h, 17 November
I’m doing this too, recording with laptop cam and watch myself playing then. And often enough shaking my head over my mistakes then 🙂
rugsterPosted at 16:48h, 17 November
Nice job man.