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    Default Bunch of Covers I've Done

    Was doing them more regularly, but stopped for like a year with getting dumped and the election and moving to Washington and all.

    All just playing and singing, nothing super technical, mostly punk songs.

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...nFSHmyKo42_kC6
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    Dead Milkmen and Big Black were highlights for me , keep em going !

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    I missed this thread, you're braver than I am, good job.

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    I've done a handful of sets like these live, and typically incorporate extremely offensive songs that have caused problems during and after my set. A guy tried to jump me one time because I did 3 songs by Leftover Crack that were about killing cops. Another time I did a bunch of anti-religious songs and 3 teenage Jesus freaks started reciting the Lord's Prayer over and over again while I was playing until security escorted them out. I went on coincidentally after their Jesus freak friend played an acoustic set, so that was bound to happen. While that kid was playing me and my friends were drinking cocktails and laughing about how fucked up things were about to get.
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    Haven't done a new one of these in a while, and I'll tell you right now that the neck on this nylon string is literally 3 times as thick as my EGC:

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    I think I enjoyed that more than Sam did! One of these days ill get an acoustic...I keep telling myself that but I never do.
    LTD TL-6 or a Yamaha APX-700II are the ones that catch my eye. Never played a nylon acoustic but Ive been watching this guy on youtube who does all these classical style covers of Maiden and he is really good. He has a group called the Nylon Maidens. Nice to hear it done a different way too.

    Not sure if you do requests, but Id like to hear you do Something in the Way cause I think you could pull that off really well. At any rate, nice job and thanks for sharing this.
    I read on the internet one time that...

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