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Gillian Welch (my forever number one - all others in this list are unranked)
Emma Ruth Rundle
June Carter Cash
So mostly country, alt-country, folk, and...
I've built a few gaming PCs and I really enjoy it. I don't have one currently though, and the technology has advanced so much since my last build that I feel like I'd need to re-teach myself how to build if I wanted another one. Lots of fun though. I love running PC games at max settings and...
Superman 3. The one with Richard Pryor. Probably the weakest of the entire Reeve Superman franchise, but also undoubtedly the funniest. Seeing "Bad Superman" straighten the Leaning Tower of Pisa and blow out the Olympic torch is just priceless. I miss Christopher Reeve.
I haven't, but I'm well aware of their reputation, haha. I love the entire Peavey T-series, and vintage Peavey in general. I have a 1983 Peavey Patriot with the Super Ferrite pickups and I'll never sell it.
I've always loved that classic image of stockings hanging on a mantel at Christmas time with a roaring fire as snow falls outside. I didn't have it growing up, but it's not too late to give it to my kids. So I drew something up and had it quoted by a local fireplace shop. The estimate came in...
I've always had a thing for parlor guitars. I transitioned to them from nylon string classical guitars. Right now I have a Washburn R318 parlor guitar that's numbered #40 out of only 250 made in the world. It's beautiful and it sounds great, but I'd love to own an antique Martin parlor guitar.