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well ok,how about this,I know the answer to this.

When the headstock to Leslie's LP broke who did he take it to to fix.
no googleing :lol: :lol:


I wouldn't even know where to start to google that one. :lol: No idea. Les Paul himself maybe? :? :lol:



Sorry if this is a little late,but no your wrong it's really Ed Roman that fixed his headstock when it broke in 97.

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Sorry if this is a little late,but no your wrong it's really Ed Roman that fixed his headstock when it broke in 97.


See my half-assed answer of "no idea" :lol: . I can't be wrong if I have no idea and take a wild guess. :lol:
I stated that my level of "expertise" was 70's and mainly 80's metal and you throw a late-90's repair question at me. :lol: Get with the program! :lol: :wink:


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randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
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well ok,how about this,I know the answer to this.

When the headstock to Leslie's LP broke who did he take it to to fix.
no googleing :lol: :lol:


I wouldn't even know where to start to google that one. :lol: No idea. Les Paul himself maybe? :? :lol:



Sorry if this is a little late,but no your wrong it's really Ed Roman that fixed his headstock when it broke in 97.


That was actually a cheap attempt to trip him up...

When I suggested this forum, I actually meant I'd like to see a forum where we could ask Anthony questions about '80's era metal that we wanted answers to, not "trip up Anthony with stupid, useless trivia".

Anyway, Anthony, I think your knowledge is astounding.

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i agree with you rocky thats what i said.


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. :? .......... :cry: ,I'm sorry iron :cry: I just wanted to beat you..... :) but anyway's I shouldn't have said 97,I didn't think of the year when I posted it :lol:

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When I suggested this forum, I actually meant I'd like to see a forum where we could ask Anthony questions about '80's era metal that we wanted answers to, not "trip up Anthony with stupid, useless trivia".


Whaddaya mean "useless? :lol:


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Could I ask why did Ritchie Blackmore leave Deep Purple. I mean I am pretty sure it was so he could start Rainbow and Ive heard quite a few people say some not so nice things about him. I dont know if they are true or not but Im just wondering if he only left because he wanted a new band, or if there was some other reason?

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Could I ask why did Ritchie Blackmore leave Deep Purple. I mean I am pretty sure it was so he could start Rainbow and Ive heard quite a few people say some not so nice things about him. I dont know if they are true or not but Im just wondering if he only left because he wanted a new band, or if there was some other reason?


He wasn't so fond of the change in musical direction that occurred when Ian Gillan and Roger Glover left and David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes were brought in. They were into more funk and r&b style rock and Ritchie started having problems with it, so he basically took Deep Purple's old opening band, Elf (w/Ronnie James Dio), kicked out the guitar player and had the first Rainbow lineup where he had total say in all the music made.

When Ritchie left Deep purple the second time in 1993 it was because he was pissed at Ian Gillan for not remembering lyrics and messing up songs live because of his partying. Joe Satriani replaced Blackmore mid-tour for Japan dates("Battle Rages On") and Satch was then replaced by Steve Morse, who's still with them.


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Thanks ant, for answering that for me. Yeah, I knew about morse, he was with them back when I saw them in either late 02-or early 03. I can sorta understand his reasoning for leaving the second time, he is very serious about his music (which is fine) and so he doesnt take a lot of crap, and so when it comes to music, he is all business. On a dvd I have of purple the second time ritchie was with them he didnt even come out until the solo for highway star (opening song). It really ticked off ian (drummer) and roger. Roger sad he was furious at what happend and then went on to say its very difficult to concentrate on your music when your furious. Ian said about ritchie "he can be the simpliest or most complex person in the world, if someone says something to him and he takes it the wrong way, it usually becomes a big problem for him, and we he has a problem we have a problem. Ok sorry for the rant. :lol:

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1. Easy one, Charvels first name :P?
2. Which guitarist was in 80s metal band Diamond Head?
3. Which Iron Maiden song is their longest? Which album is it from?
4. Name of the Judas Priest vocalist?


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2. Which guitarist was in 80s metal band Diamond Head?

I'm no Ironface but that was (still is) local guy Brian Tatler


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2. Which guitarist was in 80s metal band Diamond Head?

I'm no Ironface but that was (still is) local guy Brian Tatler


aye now i wonder if iron can answer the rest


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1. Easy one, Charvels first name :P?
2. Which guitarist was in 80s metal band Diamond Head?
3. Which Iron Maiden song is their longest? Which album is it from?
4. Name of the Judas Priest vocalist?


1. Wayne
2. Des already got it, but I knew it. :wink:
3. Rime Of The Ancient Mariner-(off Powerslave album)
4. Which one? :lol: Original one (before Halford) was Al Atkins, then came Rob Halford (who is back now and THE Priest vocalist), then Tim "Ripper" Owens did a pair of studio and a pair of live albums with Priest.

Yawn.... :lol:


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Damn Iron. you like Alex Trebek but only like for Rock and Roll. Ill take Nick Gilder for 500

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ok Iron your cutting my cream a bit thin now :(


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ok Iron your cutting my cream a bit thin now :(


:? Can someone translate that into American English for me please? :lol: Not heard that one before, but if it means "you're pissing me off" I may start using it. :P
Des? Anybody else from Britain?


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You made his chances thin, to beat you in this competition.

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You made his chances thin, to beat you in this competition.


Oh, okay-thanks for the translation. :wink: However, it's not meant to be a competition, (cept in the eyes of a few wanting to "stump the Iron") suppossed to be a place for people with actual questions they want answers to.


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I've got one for you ironface166.

What is the original name of the song "Sheep" that can be found on Animals, by Pink Floyd?


Sorry, but I'm more a hard rock/heavy metal expert and Pink Floyd is a bit of stretch for me out of my boundaries. But it was "Raving And Drooling". :wink:


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Ironface . on the alice cooper album hey stoopid who are the guitarists?. i have heard steve vai and joe satriani appear on some tracks but i own the album and i dont think it credits them on the cd. sorry, im not sure if this is 70/80's but ive been wondering this.


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I know this has nothing to do with guitarists but I think its funny that kip winger played bass for alice cooper. :lol:

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^ :lol: :lol: Yeah he seems to be to much of a pretty clean boy to play for original shock rocker Alice Cooper

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Ironface . on the alice cooper album hey stoopid who are the guitarists?. i have heard steve vai and joe satriani appear on some tracks but i own the album and i dont think it credits them on the cd. sorry, im not sure if this is 70/80's but ive been wondering this.


Quite a few guitarists on that album. :wink: Joe Satriani and Steve Vai played on "Feed My Frankenstein", Mick Mars played on some, Steve Hunter, Vinnie Moore and also Slash. I think my copy lists the credits, so I'll take a look and see if I can give you a breakdown. Vinnie Moore did the tour for that album. btw-it was 91, but I have the album and being a guitar fan, I'm pretty aware of it, so.. :lol:


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I know this has nothing to do with guitarists but I think its funny that kip winger played bass for alice cooper. :lol:


He was credited onstage by Alice as Kip Winger III. :lol: Had that big Rambo-look-a-like Kane Roberts playing guitar with him.


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How did Brian May get his tone?
The 2 guitarists out of The Eagles?
What song did Ozzy play at the queen jubilee?
Blue Oyster Cult, Pantera and Judas Priest released a song with the same songname, what was it called?


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How did Brian May get his tone?
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What song did Ozzy play at the queen jubilee?
Blue Oyster Cult, Pantera and Judas Priest released a song with the same songname, what was it called?


1. Several ways I'm sure, but one is that he uses a metal pick.

2. I can name 3 that have been in the Eagles-Joe Walsh, Don Felder and Glen Frey. Remember my specialty is more hard rock/ metal and The Eagles ain't that.

3. "In My Life" with Slash on guitar.

4. No idea, but I'd be interested to know. "Revolution" maybe?


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How did Brian May get his tone?
The 2 guitarists out of The Eagles?
What song did Ozzy play at the queen jubilee?
Blue Oyster Cult, Pantera and Judas Priest released a song with the same songname, what was it called?


1. Several ways I'm sure, but one is that he uses a metal pick.

2. I can name 3 that have been in the Eagles-Joe Walsh, Don Felder and Glen Frey. Remember my specialty is more hard rock/ metal and The Eagles ain't that.

3. "In My Life" with Slash on guitar.

4. No idea, but I'd be interested to know. "Revolution" maybe?


1. He uses a six pence, he has very cheap pick ups on his guitar and he uses a really badly made guitar amp made by John Deacon (when at uni) which is now the Vox Brian May special signature amp.
2. Correct.
3. Paranoid with tony iommi although he may of done in my life.;)
4. Blue Oyster Cult did a song called Heavy metal as did Judas priest, Pantera called theres Heavy Metal rules although they rarely say Rules, mainly heavy metal in it. :)


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4. Blue Oyster Cult did a song called Heavy metal as did Judas priest, Pantera called theres Heavy Metal rules although they rarely say Rules, mainly heavy metal in it. :)


B.O.C.'s song is technically Heavy Metal: The Black and Silver

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