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Any posters you are more likely to read?

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I do the new topics thing as well and then title and content. No favorite posters.

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I don't have any preferences but when I don't have much time, I rather read the more general topics that apply to techincal issues, people with questions or the more pulling titles. In case of limited time I tend to neglect topics about gatherings, posts about certain artists (clips, photo's, im memoriams etc). Questions I think I can answer something to, get priority because that is the most powerful aspect of a forum: Q&A

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I start at the New Topics as well but I believe that everyone has something to contribute. Sure some people may give us more knowledge than others but that's true in real life too.

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There's usually not very much to read on a poster other than the band's name. But sometimes I like to stare at the black light posters for what seems like a really long time … ; )

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For me, it`s all about the poster. That is often what gets me into the movie.

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crtl+f: Otter

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Nobody loves me

I'm usually inclined to click on topics about tube amp technical stuff.

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I generally look for the one's labeled "toxic"....

...but, in all seriousness...count me in the "Title" and "Content" group.

If it says Proteus...I'm definitely going to take a peek and see what's up.

Other than that, I've found value and entertainment in posts by pretty much everyone here.

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I go for vintage anything, anything Chet, Monkees, Beatles-lost-guitar-speculation/mythology, the occasional tube amp post, BZ amp discussions, and most RIP alerts. Not doing pedal freaks and geeks and Setzer hotrod anything. But also I don't expect anyone to read or learn a thing from my demented and tweaky posts.

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I go for vintage anything, anything Chet, Monkees, Beatles-lost-guitar-speculation/mythology, the occasional tube amp post, BZ amp discussions, and most RIP alerts. Not doing pedal freaks and geeks and Setzer hotrod anything. But also I don't expect anyone to read or learn a thing from my demented and tweaky posts.

– DCBirdMan

But we learn so much about you through your "demented and tweaky" posts.

I think.

Don't we?

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DCBirdMan runs wild on other Guitar Chat forums, too!

Im-poster?

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I usually click "New Topics" and see if any thread titles spark my interest.

– mshehan

yup.


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