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JC Haywire
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This is a super-cool device for a super-cool price, and you learn a lot in the building. Thanks again, Farhan!
An easy to build spectrum analyzer for the homebrewers Show me what you got! For those who can't wait to see the circuit diagram, here it is (the Arduino hookup is a little way down on the page): The Analog circuit of t...
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Although I can see the more pathetic hardcore ampaholics finding such a description tedious--this casual user is thrilled with the step-by-step naming of each component by its role in the circuit. That type of clarification is music to my ears. It won't be long before I take my amp to work in a paper bag. Sure, I could quit, but I just don' wanna. Teach on!
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Thanks, I will keep that in mind for a future video, JC.
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Looks like Ginza at the beginning. Where's the prostitutes?
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Rick speaks like he writes and plays. Either he's really far away and cutting in and out--or his mind is way ahead of his mumble, and he stumbles through only saying half of what he's thinking. Now that I think of it, that's how he riffs--he plays AROUND the main riffs with little comments and embellishments, and sometimes leaves out the main tune altogether. What a pop genius, but requires close listening to tell what he's talking about sometimes.
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I'm with Pieter below--"Eric Clapton's solo" is played much more aggressively with a downstroking plectrum. You play a similar solo, but the instrument doesn't respond the same way with your approach. Excellent video, but it's not "Eric Clapton's solo." It's nicon99's solo.
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More of this Xeno material. This is awesome.
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There's one of Rick's Mellotrons. This is the closest to "prog" I've heard the guys play over the decades. Tom's spandex top, whew. The tempo of Can't Hold On is just a little too pushed here--it sounds much better at a subdued pace as on Found All The Parts. Excellent (overlooked) tune. That broad flange/chorus on Rick's guitar is certainly obnoxious--and stayed with them for a couple years during this era. I guess everybody used a little of it at the time. This particular bass with two cutaways disappeared after this era, too, I think. Excellent show. It'd be nice in color.
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This app is EXCELLENT! Helps me improve my speed and accuracy as I spend a lot of time QRT getting equipment fixed, etc. I really want the ability to have multiple users, as my son is learning too, and I don't have an extra android on hand. Feature request!! Thank you, W0X0 Jonathan
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I have been to this barber twice and had an excellent experience. Gentlemen's Barber have not missed any detail in making their barbershop an epicurean delight. The French Jazz music was exactly right for relaxation while keeping an upbeat mood. My stylist gave me a short and relaxing scalp massage, applied tonics, elixirs, lotions, shampoos, pomade--everything with a bracing manly aroma fitting a men's salon. I wish we had this kind of salon in the US; I probably wouldn't be able to afford such luxury, but during our stay in Bucharest, it was an excellent experience. I was offered espresso in a proper demitasse. The stylist communicated well with me in English to understand exactly the cut I wanted. I left feeling refreshed and well-groomed. I'd recommend this business for men or boys of any age. You will not be disappointed.
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We spent three nights at this beachside hotel. The room was quite small but had a lovely balcony with a view of the street and parking lot below. Ours was a 4th floor room. The shower was a complicated high-tech light and sound-equipped affair that leaked onto the bathroom floor any way you used it. The bracket that held up the shower wand was loose and dropped the wand during your shower. Mildew hadn't been properly cleaned. So right away the bathroom floor was a wet bacterial mess. The toilet was not properly sealed so sewer gas backed up into the bathroom. The lingering smell of sewage, partially obscured by the sweet smell of bathroom deodorant persisted through our entire stay. The room was equipped with a mini-fridge that shut off whenever we left the room. Since the electrical outlets (which were sparse and poorly-located) were only powered when the card key was inserted, it was impossible to cool food or drink or charge any computer or telephone device when we were not in the room. We discovered that any standard card works, though, and remedied this situation. The curtains darkened the room nicely and the balcony was lovely and private. The front desk was a mixed experience. One person was rather curt and spoke no English (which is not a problem as long as we work things out with gestures--but she seemed unwilling to do so). The next day the front desk clerk was a helpful and communicative woman. Considering this hotel was priced similarly to those directly on the waterfront and several stories taller--I don't think it was a good value. Still, the stay was "OKAY."
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Junkyard dogs. You think of a metal yard, salvage yard, a place like this, and you think of mean old geezers waiting to snap at you. These guys are perfectly positioned to be surly a**holes, but they're not. I'm not in the industry. I'm just a hobbyist who wants brass hex bar on occasion, thick wall aluminum tubing, and the odd salvage seconds in their bargain bin. The folks at DS have always treated me like a valued customer and don't talk down to me even when my questions are rather basic. If you make things, fix things, or just want to see stuff you can't really see elsewhere, you'll enjoy a stroll through their new sales area. Great place, great people. Forget how you were treated at other places. These guys are swell folks doing good business.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I wrote this super long review and Edith pressed the power button on the CPU here at the store and shut it down on me! This one will be far less mellifluous. Long story short, this place has what I was looking for--sort of. They didn't have a PCI to SATA adapter in the olde classic slot style, but I ended up impulse-buying a couple power y-adapters for my XP system. The kindly salesperson here informed me that Microsoft is ending their support of XP. The nerve of them! Anyway, I had a great experience here and will return. If you need an older Vista system, and you're not doing astrophysics in your home, chances are you'll save yourself a big wad of cash. Then you can go over to Half Price Books next door and pick up a Robert Crumb coffee table book--that one where he illustrates the Book of Genesis. I know this is what you're going to do, so get movin'.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Our family has stayed in hotels in a dozen or more countries worldwide, from fancy places in Tokyo to Vietnam, Cambodia, and all over the US. This hotel was truly frightening, but we didn't leave. Barely. A huge gap under the door, factory-like atmosphere, and a feeling of insecurity. It truly is an experience like "The Shining." Please note that there are several fake reviews apparently written by insiders to skew the ratings on this horrible facility. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid.
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