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Y'know what's exciting? When I'm in California I'm gonna pick up my @TaylorGuitars Solidbody from the very factory where it was made!

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I see that I just passed 1.2 mil followers! I thank all of u for that special effort to make it so. U guys fn' rock, cheers! Iii|; )'

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AS A pair, Tom Sivell – vocals and guitar – and I try to separate our sounds, as well as what we play, but at the moment we’re pretty big Fender fans; I’m never without my American Deluxe Telecaster, as it suits me down to the ground on all fronts.

The maple neck and rear body contour make it really playable and the S-1 switch on the middle pickup position means I can get a more full-blooded sound, though most of the time I prefer the spike of the bridge pickup.

Tom has recently converted to an HS Blacktop Jazzmaster, so that there’s plenty of grunt from the humbucker for heavier stuff, but also good definition from the single coil for cleaner chords. It definitely helps that both are fairly lightweight too; neither is a chore to play live.

Amp wise, Tom’s Orange AD30 SEND US STUFF

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is the perfect warm contrast to my vintage Vox V125, which gives some glistening high-end definition and allows me to cut through against the grit of the Orange. I also pair the Vox with a Hughes & Kettner 20th Anniversary Edition Tube amp, which sounds great heavily driven and gives a good low/mid response alongside the Vox. Pedal-wise, our stuff is pretty straight forward, though we both use a mixture of Boss and EHX stuff, where I have a Stereo Memory Man, and Tom a Holy Grail and Boss Delay for when we decide to add a bit of depth to things. Other than that, I carry a Digitech Whammy and Boss tremolo for certain parts and a Boss Overdrive for lead boosts, where Tom uses the Boss Blues Driver for drive, with more attack on thicker riffs.

BT's on hold "calm down" music on their broadband complaints line DOESN'T WORK !!

Marshall Amps @MarshallAmpsUK Thanks for all the birthday wishes guys! Much appreciated! This is gonna be a good year! #50yearsofloud

The Inbetweener @Inbetweener

Marcus Collins says dreams can come true. Good. Last night I dreamt John Terry was stung to death by thousands of bees

Robin Guy @RobinGuy

@mikedolbearcom If u thought Crash-Rides were the cymbal equivalent of Shampoo-Conditioner, the OMNI explodes this myth. Literally! #AllHail Retweeted by

Michael Jae @MichaelJae

Q: What's the difference between a guitarist and a pizza? A: A pizza can feed a family of four.

Rhythm Magazine @RhythmMagazine We hear Ringo appeared on ITV's hard-hitting, heavyweight chat show Loose Women this afternoon. Anyone out there catch it?

ChaCha @ChaCha

Today is National Blame Someone Else Day...what are you going to blame on others?!

Andie Laidlaw @andielaidlaw

I can smell burning in the house, can any of my twitter pals tweet me the number for the fire brigade?

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