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daniel cash's Discussions

Are any of you Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobic?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Junjie Sep 14, 2009. 21 Replies

Stage Volume Issues...HELP! (I need somebody...)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wayne Pau Sep 11, 2009. 15 Replies

 

I always forget that hyperbole isn't appreciated by everyone...

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Greg Newhouse replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"Update: I got rid of the resistor and diodes marked D2 and D3 in the schematic and changed the resistor in the op-amp feedback loop to a 5.6k on one diode and a 4.7k on the other. I think I'm keeping it this way now. Not as much gain as a…"
Mar 10, 2012
Steve Fox Angel replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"Hello Dan, I'm the lead the guitarist of a nation travelling band and I'm constantly adjusting tone on the road...Every weekend we play in a different building so the audtitotiums are constantly brightening or darkening the sound…"
Feb 10, 2012
Stevo replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"I think you have more fun tweaking. For you, it's not about boutique or not. I built both of my amps from kits  (Allen amps) and they're excellent amps. I saved about $200? by building them myself, so it wasn't about saving…"
Feb 10, 2012
Greg Newhouse replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"After playing with it a bit, one thing I have noticed about this circuit is that there's not a lot of room to drop the extra gain and recover the lost volume and shrieky high end, if that's what you like. I tried changing the…"
Feb 10, 2012
Greg Moore replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"I grew up as an organist.  You see all of those drawbars and tabs on an organ (a possible 253,000,000 tones on a Hammond Organ)?  They are not there to make the instrument loud... well, not completely (it does get loud).  But they are…"
Feb 10, 2012
Greg Newhouse replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"That's why I put the winky after the comment. The Rat is what it is. I probably forced it into something it's not. But I have always liked the simplicity of the single op-amp into clipping diodes topology of that circuit, compared to some…"
Feb 7, 2012
Stevo replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"What? It's actually a staple of most any tone snob. Anything called "distortion" in my book moves from the realm of boo-teek into the realm of "dirt" and therefore anything goes. It's only in the "overdrive"…"
Feb 7, 2012
Greg Newhouse replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"I'm putting this here because admitting that one likes the old ProCo rat always invites the cork-sniffing boo-teek overdrive snobs to make snide comments. Admittedly, the version of the Rat that I'm using (c. 1985-1986 according to…"
Feb 7, 2012
joshua byars replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"Agreed I too am a tone snob,trying to open an old post here. I believe we as the church should have just as professional and excellent sounding gear as any other famous artist. My tone is an extension of the voice God has given me."
Feb 1, 2012
daniel cash replied to Joshua Geimer's discussion 'Pedal Board Shout Outs' in the group Worship Guitar Effects
"I prefer to say that I'm "inspired" by the rigs of others. Sounds better than "coveting" them! Guitar (Epi Sheraton II) Route 66 Compressor/OD (the old, all metal version) Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive DanElectro CoolCat…"
Feb 24, 2011
daniel cash replied to Fred Kison's discussion 'Christian Musicians playing in Secular Events....'
"I find it really funny that many Christians cringe when they hear the phrase "secular" music.  The word secular comes from a Greek word meaning, "of the age."  In other words, it originally meant,…"
Jan 25, 2011
daniel cash replied to Fred Kison's discussion 'Christian Musicians playing in Secular Events....'
"There's a good book out there about Arthur Guinness called The Search for God and Guinness which covers how the early beer makers were heralded as saints because beer was a healthier and less devastating option than hard liquor.  Much of…"
Jan 25, 2011
daniel cash replied to Fred Kison's discussion 'Christian Musicians playing in Secular Events....'
"Wait...I thought that's what message boards are for!  Haha!  Only kidding of course.  Good point."
Jan 25, 2011
daniel cash replied to Fred Kison's discussion 'Christian Musicians playing in Secular Events....'
""Jumpin' Jack Flash" was based on Richards' gardener, Jack, who woke up Jagger during a song writing session.  When Jagger asked who was making the noise, Richards replied, "That's Jack. Jumping…"
Jan 25, 2011
daniel cash replied to Joshua Geimer's discussion 'Egnater Amps' in the group Electric Guitarists
"I love Egnater Amps.  I use a Rebel 20 (Rebel 20 head on the Rebel 112 cab) because of the flexibility.  Being able to dial between 1W and 20W allows me to use the same amp (and more importantly, the same settings) in church or at an…"
Jan 25, 2011
Greg Newhouse replied to daniel cash's discussion 'Let's admit it...we're TONE SNOBS.' in the group Electric Guitarists
"There are thousands of people out there making a pretty good living in manufacturing, marketing and sales who hope fervently that very few people agree with you. :D"
Jan 13, 2011

Profile Information

Home Church:
Life Church Of The Nazarene
Musical Gift(s):
Guitar, banjo, vocals
About Me:
I have been playing guitar since 1993 and leading worship in various situations since 1994. I'm married to a lovely woman who is the full time Associate Pastor of Youth Ministry at our church. We have two kids and my wife was recently ordained. Now I'll never win any arguments!

I'm also involved in a recording project called Staircase Theory. We have an EP out and it is available on iTunes.
Favorite Music:
Anathallo, Cold Play, Cold War Kids, DC*B, Charlie Hall, The Myriad, David Wilcox, The White Stripes, The Black Keys, Ben Folds, Fee, John Mayer, K-OS, Keane, Kings Of Leon, Modest Mouse, I mean how thorough should I be here?
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
Psalm 137.9 - Blessed be those who steal away your little ones and dash their heads against the rocks. Ah, now that's turning the other cheek!
Website:
http://www.nextmtn.com

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At 2:00am on October 6, 2009, Michael Cornett said…
Hello Daniel,
Glad to meet a homeboy. I used to live in Woodstock, NY when I was in the music business along time ago. We had a multimedia company that is now called the Woodstock Museum. It's too cold up there !!!!!
At 10:56am on September 25, 2009, Erin Sweeney said…
I don't know Holly. Is she from New Hampshire also? It would not surprise me if I know people who know her. The Christian community in New England is small and everyone is connected somehow it seems.
At 10:23pm on August 26, 2009, Rick Cogbill said…
Hey Daniel, I wish you were closer too...I'd love to have some more musicians on my teams with the kind of passion and outlook on life that you seem to have! Just took a quick look at your blog site...hey, the Canon Digital Rebel rocks! That's what I use as well, and just love it (except for the wimpy flash...).
 
 
 

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