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skullguise

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About skullguise

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    High Roller
  • Birthday 12/06/1964

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    MA

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  • Biography
    I came, I saw, I listened, I bought. I drank a bit afterwards.
  • Location
    MA
  • Interests
    Music & Audio, computers, reading, watching sports, family
  • Occupation
    Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence Architect
  • Headphones
    * Stax SR-007A * Stax SR-003 Mk II * Focal Clear * Sennheiser HD-600 * AKG K-1000 * MrSpeakers Aeon Closed * Etymotic ER4p's * Others, not so important
  • Headphone Amps
    * Mjolnir KGSS-HV-Carbon * ECP DSHA-3F (Focal custom version) * Spritzer-modded Stax SRM-Xh * ECP Black Diamond (Prototype) * Schiit Vali (on perma-loan) * AV123 X-Head (on perma-loan)
  • Sources
    * Rega P3-24 w/Elys II and Rega TT-PS * Exogal Comet DAC * Neko D-100 Mk II DAC * Sony NS-900V SACD/CD player * Squeezebox Touch * Pioneer N-30 Network player
  • Other Audio Gear
    Nuprime IDA-16 integrated, some "chip" amps, bunch of speakers, bunch of cables, bunch of power-related stuff, bunch of...other....stuff

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  1. skullguise

    The Live Music Thread

    Cowboy Junkies last night, at a nice theater near the town in which I grew up. In all the years I liked them (and used to lust and love after Margo Timmins in their early days), had never seen them before and it was a great experience. And while they (we all) have aged....they were still so beautiful and so cool. The only negative was some folks in front of me, a bit down the row, that were talking loudly and one was on her phone a lot. I actually took a moment to chew them out quietly but ultra-firmly, getting a pat on the back from the guy immediately behind them.
  2. skullguise

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    I just downloaded the Fela Kuti live album with Ginger Baker, hope to listen soon.....too many social things planned by the wife, it's tough trying to be a reclusive social hermit! 😃
  3. skullguise

    RIP someone or another

    I just finished Beware of Mr. Baker.....a lot I didn't know......great watch......
  4. skullguise

    RIP someone or another

    Oh, man.....RIP Ginger.....
  5. skullguise

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    So somber yet lovely....it almost makes me want to cry.....
  6. skullguise

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    Actually enjoyed this a bit! Thought it would be way over-the-top a la William Shatner, but it was kind of regular music. The difference was I really liked the song selection, some great New Wave from the 80's - Echo & The Bunnymen, Lords Of The New Church, Jesus & Mary Chain - as well as other hits from 70's onward. Nothing really special, but just enjoyed hearing the songs.....
  7. skullguise

    Happy Birthday Steve!

    Happy Birthday!
  8. skullguise

    Happy Birthday Wayne!

    Happy Birthday!
  9. skullguise

    RIP someone or another

    RIP Joseph Wilson. Also admired his desire to do the right thing. Showed (once again) a very nasty side of politics, with everything he and his wife had to endure....
  10. skullguise

    RIP someone or another

    RIP Robert, Aron, and Sid..... For the latter, I liked House of 1,000 Corpses as well as Devil's Rejects
  11. skullguise

    Happy Birthday Jim!

    Happy Birthday! Hope the fishin' was good!
  12. That's actually quite cool..... Until My Favorite Game came along I guess they were pretty unknown. Must have been great to see them earlier.....
  13. skullguise

    What are you EATING right now?

    My rare post to this thread..... Bean-less Chilli, made with "alterna-meat" of Ground Camel. Really quite yummy, even as leftovers....
  14. skullguise

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    ^^ Add one more in....on the YouTube video of "terms Of Surrender" a writer describes it as Nick Cave meets Bob Dylan.... Hmmmmmm.....
  15. skullguise

    Speaker Porn

    I think I've been to that store! Looks quite familiar behind the "cage." Could be wrong, though.....especially since it was so long ago. I was there in the very earliest days of DAP's, and they were having the debut of the Diamond MP3 player (can't remember if the first model was called RIO or not). The oddest part was that the unit was available in the US before Japan. And, for less money.....one of the lovely ladies showing it was surprised when I converted the US price to Yen and showed her....
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