The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

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The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by dlapierre » Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:44 am

One of my sons likes bikes as much as I do. So, I let him take a spin around the barn on the B50 SS.
Here's the short clip. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqMEvx0gzH0
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by 2manyrides » Sun Nov 08, 2009 4:42 am

Dennis I watched with great anticipation your BSA video. Ive been on a motorcycleing resurgence.
Meaning about 6 years ago I was at a low in activity. (never quit riding...just not as much)
So currently I'm all eyes and ears in regards to certain aspects.

Your bike looks great. And certainly has a very good sound!

Thanks for posting that...I don't want to be the only video guy! :laugh
Oh...and I watched the the 7 string guitar thing too...Ha Ha. My second hobby! Bass man
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by Ian Hingley » Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:27 pm

Nice video

I thought it was going to be of him looking for the starter button, or left hand gearchange or something!

And I've never heard of a 7-string guitar. What's that all about?
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7 string guitar

Post by 2manyrides » Sun Nov 08, 2009 4:28 pm

I'll let Dennis reiterate on 7 string giutar...
But as far as bass guitar I have of course 5 stringers
But not only that an 8 string and 12 string bass...
What's that all about? More noises! :laugh

Could this be :shock: too many strings? :uhu
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by b50root » Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:44 pm

My Son is also using a 5 string Bas.
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My Son in the center and my daughter to the right
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by Ian Hingley » Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:42 pm

Ok, there must be something going on here.

I 'only' have a B44 and aspire to a B50. But I can't play the guitar. Should I give up my quest now?

In this posting it seems 100% of B50 riders not only play the guitar, they play guitars with a bizarre number of strings!
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by Richard Hunt » Sun Nov 08, 2009 10:37 pm

Don't worry Ian,

as you know I ride a B50,

however I have absolutely no musical skills and definitely cannot play the guitar

so keep going for a B50

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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by dlapierre » Mon Nov 09, 2009 2:22 am

Whoops! I didn't realize there would be a cross reference you could find to his guitar clip. He's a good boy. Really! And fairly serious about his music.

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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by minetymenace » Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:12 pm

Couldn't resist adding a poll!
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by rhino » Mon Nov 09, 2009 7:00 pm

Couldn't resist voting :lol:

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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by 2manyrides » Mon Nov 09, 2009 7:31 pm

dlapierre wrote:Whoops! I didn't realize there would be a cross reference you could find to his guitar clip. He's a good boy. Really! And fairly serious about his music.

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Folks who post or watch on youtube may or may not know that to the right of the finished video there is a position to click on where the viewer can watch more videos from the same creator.
Now this is if you have visited the video on the youtube site. when you have posted on youtube you are sending your stuff around the world. But there is a icon for a preference which can limit the viewing to 25 persons. I believe you can still go back and edit your preferences.
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

Post by 2manyrides » Mon Nov 09, 2009 7:40 pm

minetymenace wrote:Couldn't resist adding a poll!
Minety...A poll?
we're hijacking Dennis' BSA movie thread :!:

Since it's been done though...
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Copyright laws prevent infringement in regsrds to music added to videos broadcast on youtube. They do have music available to legaly use. Instead, most all my videos that have music have music I created. Not some kind of current style of punk....not real conventinal either,
...it may not suit some discerning ears. I mean, look at these crazy guitar slingers!
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Re: The boy wanted to try out my B50SS

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