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Buckethead plays "Machine Gun"


 
12/11/2005 3:41 PM
steve
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Buckethead plays "Machine Gun"
Possibly not safe for work:  
 
http://rapidshare.de/files/7187268/Bucket_Covers_Jimi.wmv.html  
 
steve
 
12/12/2005 4:12 PM
giustd
zzzzzzzzzzzz.....  
 
to be fair the playing is fine, but how many more hendrix tributes do we need with long noodling meandering solos? the fact that this goofball still gets gigs with his scary in a guy who spends too much time by himself way kfc/plastic mask getup is amazing. or maybe that IS why he gets gigs?
 
 
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12/13/2005 7:26 PM
bob p
well, i guess i just don't understand why that guy is popular.  
 
imho the most interesting part of the video was the footage from the Knob Creek shoots.
 
12/14/2005 8:32 AM
steve
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You should really like this then:  
 
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3444593949853639826&q=buckethead  
 
from a new "Guitar One" lesson, uploaded by an adoring fan (not me).  
 
steve
 
12/13/2005 4:21 PM
Steve A.
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RapidShare?
Steve:  
 
    So how is RapidShare for hosting files? QuickDump got too big for its britches so you usually just get a message to try again later. That would be bad enough, but they would expire files much sooner than the 30 days mentioned in their literature.  
 
    I also noticed that RapidShare allows you to create folders, to better organize your uploaded files. With QuickDump you could upload a group of up to 10 files, but if one of those files got screwed up it would mess up the group. (Sometimes certain files would appear and the next time different files would appear... what the heck is going on???)  
 
Steve Ahola
 
12/13/2005 4:50 PM
steve
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Steve,  
 
I can't really help you, there. I didn't upload the file, I found the link while reading the Bucketheadland BBS.  
 
steve
 
12/13/2005 6:10 PM
Steve A.
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steve:  
 
    Too late! I'm already uploading files there- it's a German site, I believe. There are enough ads and hoops to jump through to ward off all but the most dedicated visitors... which is good! I think I downloaded some of the Cream reunion tracks from that site- I remember waiting 30 seconds for a "ticket" to download your file. :(  
 
Steve Ahola  
 
P.S. So there is a BBS devoted to Buckethead?
 
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