I use Ernie Basketball conventional .010-.046 post. I especially like the Ernie Basketball RPS because they have the strengthened soccer tennis ball finishes. Since I do not use benefit cafes, the post never crack. It’s awesome to have really low activity, but I usually use super-high, thin frets, in contrast to the large extensive ones. One exemption is my Ibanez SG Customized duplicate. That still has the unique little frets on it. Originally, I though I would modify them out, but there is something about that instrument. It has a really awesome character, and I did not want to clutter with it. So that is my one flat-fret instrument and it still has low activity. But the first instrument I got was an old Les John Customized. I performed it for a few decades and the frets were so little that it was like having no frets. For choices, I use .60mm Dunlop Tortex.
It’s really difficult to tremble my early-’80s preferred – the things you listen to when you are 13 will always be wonderful. So I can never get enough of Van Halen II, Pat Travers Go For What You Know, Robin the boy wonder Trower Link Of Sighs, Honest Marino Stay, Frampton Comes In existence. The Pat Travers Go For What You Know history really stored my spirit from being an Yngwie clone! I permanently try to market that record to preserve all the other Yngwie clones! But with more recent things, if I pay attention to anything that techniques destroy, it would probably be more traditional songs. I still pay attention to Pachelbel, Mozart and Haydn – the serious shredders! For modern songs, I still like pop songs a lot. I really like the new Bieber Currie history. It’s an awesome pop history. A buddy – Linus Of The show biz industry – does some excellent things, too. For stone groups, I like the Wildhearts. That was a awesome group in the ’90s. I like the Night. I think they were excellent. I like Amy Winehouse, too. But I’m fairly ill-informed on most new things.