In a free society in which we live in, it makes no sense for the government to be telling people that they cannot charge a fee for harmless services they otherwise are at liberty to give away. Instead of spending billions on illegalizing prostitution, “the city of Los Angeles alone spends close to 100 million dollars annually dealing with illegal prostitution (cite4)”; the United States government should legalize prostitution.
For more reasons than one, prostitution thrives in areas that have a very high crime rate, because of this, police officers and courtrooms are overburdened with these cases, having little or no impact on prostitution.
Covering the Angus Young, George Harrison, and Mick Taylor vibes, this 1964 Gibson SG still has the original PAFs in it.
The first drawer in Shanks Rack is home to an Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, a Boss FA-1 FET Amplifier, A Lehle Parallel L an EHX Electric Mistress, a Way Huge Echo-Puss, B. Butler Tube Driver, an EHX Nano POG, and a Boss GE-7 Equalizer.
All the stomps are powered by a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus.
This is an extra-special Fender Custom Shop Strat from 1996 because it was built by John Suhr—now the head honcho at Suhr Guitars—and one of the company’s first forays into relic’ing.
Another cool thing about this Strat is that it features handwound pickups that Suhr originally built and designed for Jeff Beck.
Letting the guitarists rack up the travel bills, bassist Hugh Mc Donald travels lean and light by only touring with a handful of basses, no amps, and a few stompboxes.