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Enter the Heed.
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Scientifically speaking, of course.
And talks about his first (sort of) nice bass that he ever owned, in the process.
An overdrive, improved by removing the overdrive. Curious?
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...well, Kaoss anyway.
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I'm sure they'll let you jam on their gear whenever you want. After all, what's Thine is yours.
There's a fine line between overdrive and overkill.
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Please do not take Voyager before attempting operating large machinery.
Washington DC's newest doom-mongers shatter the capital's foundations.
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Stop picking on the little guy. Tapping is fine though.