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    Boone, NC
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    Student
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  • Favourite Bands
    Muse is my favorite band. Others that I like:

    Avenged Sevenfold
    Between the Buried and Me
    Billy Joel
    Dream Theater
    Jeff Buckley
    Pink Floyd
    Radiohead
    Queen
    The Beach Boys
    The Beatles
    The White Stripes
  • Muse Releases Owned
    CDs: Showbiz, Origin of Symmetry, The Resistance, The 2nd Law
    MP3s: Absolution
    DVDs: HAARP, Live at Rome
    Vinyl: Black Holes and Revelations
  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    Oct. 29, 2010 - New Orleans, LA (Voodoo Experience)
    Aug. 5, 2011 - Chicago, IL (Lollapalooza)
    Feb. 23, 2013 - Tampa, FL
    Feb. 25, 2013 - Orlando, FL

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  1. Being a big fan of OoS, I decided to buy some pickups from that time period. I bought a Kent Armstrong Motherbucker and a Seymour Duncan SP90-2n. Is there any info on how these pickups are wired in the Manson 007? (Hope these questions haven't already been answered somewhere. If they have, I failed to find them.) Btw, I understand the 007 no longer has a Motherbucker. I still want to stick with the Motherbucker, for my best chance at that OoS sound. Specific questions: 1. MuseWiki says the 007 has no tone pots. Is that true? Seymour Duncan's P90 diagrams recommend a tone pot, so I'm a little anxious to omit it. 2. MuseWiki says there's just one volume pot. Do the Motherbucker and P90 really share just one volume pot? I see online that Kent Armstrong recommends a 1M volume pot for the Motherbucker, and Seymour Duncan recommends a 500K pot for their P90's. Should I pick one or the other? Maybe some other value entirely? And what taper? (Log, linear?) 3. How is the Motherbucker wired? Are all four coils in series with each other, acting as one big pickup? Or maybe wire each humbucker in series (relative to itself), and then in parallel (relative to each other)? I can upload diagrams if my wording is unclear. 4. How are the Motherbucker and P90 wired to the pickup selector switch, relative to each other? In parallel or in series? If I had to guess, I'd assume parallel. 5. Anything else I should know that I haven't thought of?
  2. Someone on Facebook stated the following about this show: Okay so I just got contacted by the radio station that I won tickets for the iheartradio gig from, and I have some information regarding the gig: -It will be GA standing room. -Admittance, as far as I can tell, will be based on having your name checked off of a list (if you won a contest), so I don't think they'll be sending tickets beforehand. -The person I talked to said that the show will probably be a mix of live performance, interviews, and album listening. I'm not sure how exactly that's gonna work but we'll see, so that should be interesting. -Crazies (like us) can line up all day, but it doesn't sound like it'll be necessary, because the person I talked to said that there are usually like five people there by noon, so it doesn't sound like there will be a huge competition amongst us for "real estate." Even so, we'll all probably show up at the crack of dawn anyway lol. -Also recording devices of any kind will be strictly banned, so I'm sorry I won't be able to provide any leaked recordings. But that means that there will definitely be an abundance of new material, so that's super exciting. I'll be sure to post all about it and give my first impressions of the new songs, for what that's worth. It's not official/confirmed, but it seems plausible. I'm attending the Webster Hall show on Friday, but you can count me as interested in tagging along on Saturday, if you happen to have an extra ticket. If not, I'll probably be off sight-seeing in NYC: it's been 15 years since I've been there. In any case, hope you enjoy it. Report back and let us know how it is.
  3. Question for you all. Is anyone staying at a hotel in NYC before or after the show that I could possibly stay with? I want to spend a couple days in the city, but I haven't made any arrangements yet (aside from the flight into NYC). The first time I traveled to see Muse, I shared a hotel room with some folks from the forum; I wouldn't mind doing that again.
  4. NC? As in North Carolina? I'm coming from North Carolina as well. But I'm planning on flying, staying in NYC for a couple days, and then flying back to Florida. Are you just going to NYC for the day?
  5. Same here. But it shows up on my bank statement, so I'm pretty optimistic. I guess sitting and clicking that code over and over for 45 minutes was worth it...
  6. I just got a ticket with the BF74DFCE50 code!!! It's still working!!!!
  7. It let me select one ticket (for $75). But then it said there weren't enough remaining seats...
  8. Did you have to resort to the "BF" code? Damn! It accepted those code for me, and then: There are errors in your form submission: We're sorry, your request cannot be completed. There are not enough remaining seats for this section.
  9. Confirming what "popartist" says. I'm 100% sure I have no extra spaces or anything, and it still says "invalid access code."
  10. djc_1988

    Lollapalooza 2011

    Damn, this trip looks like it would cost me a ton. $200 for the Lolla ticket... $230 for the hostel... Airline tickets from Tampa to Chicago just went up from $230 to $300... That's over $700, not including other expenses I'll run into. How do people afford this stuff? Is there a cheaper way I'm missing?
  11. djc_1988

    Lollapalooza 2011

    Actually, I think the deal is that the lineup (that is, which bands will being playing at the festival) is announced on April 26th, but the actual schedule (that is, what day/time each band plays) isn't announced til later -- probably in June. If that's the case, and if your quote is right, that's when single day tickets would go on sale.
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