I don't know if anyone else has caught this, but the same song that was on the Call of Duty Vidoc is on a Jt Splatmaster commercial. The song is from the un-released Giant Robot album titled Siren 13 I believe.
I tried to go to bingeandgrab.com and I was met with a disappointing message. Am I the only one that feels like buckethead's online community is dieing after a strong 13 year build up of buckethbots? Where is all the love for bucket going?
So beyond the fact that I am sharing my build with you I would like to let you know that any replica build services you would like done, les paul or flying v, I can accomplish them for you. I have also been experimenting with building elastic guitar straps, like the ones buckethead uses. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or requests for guitar builds.
I am selling a custom made esp horizon ken Lawrence style guitar. I am asking $850 or best offer. The guitar is well worth the value and to buy an actual esp KlH it costs around $4500. Post a reply if you want to see pictures, I will upload them to photobucket if someone is interested. I also have plenty of guitar body\'s for sale and necks, trying to make some room in the shop so you will get them at a very fair price. I also have a custom made Super Strat that is all finished and once assembled. Everything included for $750. Again post a reply if you wish to see pictures.
Hey bots, I haven\'t been on for a while due to the fact that my home was destroyed by hurricane Irene. But as I recover I went on youtube to download a lot of the same buckethead videos that I originally had on my Ipod. Unfortunately a lot of videos or accounts have been removed.
So I propose that we make a youtube account, or free-share website that everyone can contribute buckethead videos to, so we never have to lose another video. Let me know what you guys think and I will attempt to head the ordeal. I would probably just make an account that I will private message the login info to any tdrs member that asks for it.
I have to say it is definitely the reject songs from the first rehearsal but they are awesome in a car with a nice sub woofer. Overall the album is pretty fun and seems like it will be a collectible to own since only a 1000 are being printed. So if you don\'t mind the wacky jam stuff from the good old phonopsychograph days then this is the album for you.
Am I the only one thinking that Buckethead could show up and play with Primus at Bonnaroo as he has done in the past. There is a break in his touring schedule that would allow for it. Just thought I would run it by you guys and see what you think.