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Re: Pulling the trigger and picking up

Postby CountFosco » 07 May 2020, 13:02

skipgilles wrote: I was forced to "pull the trigger" when my previous board (a Hammond Xb-1) was "picked up" by a burglar from our rehearsal room.


I hope he didn't make too much of a mess, friggin hard to clean blood out of a mike.
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Re: Pulling the trigger and picking up

Postby JayDee » 07 May 2020, 18:51

Yeah, Skip is the Dutch 'Dirty Harry'. "You've got to ask yourself, Am I feeling lucky....well are you...punk" (levels .44 Magnum at keyboard thief)
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Re: Pulling the trigger and picking up

Postby skipgilles » 08 May 2020, 12:54

CountFosco wrote:
skipgilles wrote: I was forced to "pull the trigger" when my previous board (a Hammond Xb-1) was "picked up" by a burglar from our rehearsal room.


I hope he didn't make too much of a mess, friggin hard to clean blood out of a mike.


Haha, there you see how quickly a misunderstanding arises when we use metaphoric language!
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