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Re: Kevin
« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2009, 04:56:33 PM »
can anyone confirm the guy on the right is Imaad Wasif, who is on lou barlows latest album?

you mean that's not Joey Ramone??   :D
What would a woman that fine want in a big, fat, nasty, greasy, fat, stank, bloated, cheesy-backed, 12-sandwich-eatin' bastard?

Turn around mister, and never trust a girl giving her donuts away for free.

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Re: Kevin
« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2009, 09:03:31 PM »
I originally posted this in the Melvins 3rd Drummer thread where the quote is from, but I figured it's more relevant in the Kevin thread:
Say what you will about ASA and NWB, the new line up is the most powerful live version of the Melvins to date.IMO.
I've still never seen a live lineup as good as when Kevin was still around
That was the G&L SB-2 that I'm guessing had its pickups and hardware harvested for the Shove-It bass.  Always knew that those were G&L pickups, but I'd never seen Kevin play a G&L.  That must have been just before the Shove It bass (and its orange twin, that lacks the inlay) was built.

G&L SB-2
Orange Twin of the Shove-It bass:

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Re: Kevin
« Reply #17 on: September 12, 2009, 03:30:08 AM »
It looks as if he aged 30 years between those two pics.
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