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Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by Stu, Apr 23, 2002.

  1. Stu

    Stu www.paindivision.com

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    hey everyone and Andy,

    Although this may a well covered topic, But I was a huge fan of your playing in sabbat.
    And now with these projects your involved in I am more of a fan of what your doing.

    Awesome stuff bro - keep up the metal;)
     
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    Andy Sneap Metal Guru

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    check out www.fozzyrock.com (for a bit of fun). Lord Edgars the man (apparently)
     
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    I think I saw Andy play in Sabbat, at the Dynamo in '88, I was working for Exodus, at the time, & I think they headlined. Did you guys ever play the Dynamo?
     
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    yep thats right. Also on the bill was Toxik, Candlemass, Laaz Rockit. Good time was had by all.
     
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    FKN FOZZY!!! dude i love that stuff, i never knew you were involved.
    A great friend of dungeons wrestles in the AWF (Australian wrestling fed), and he gave me a cd copy of a fozzy movie.
    Absolutely brilliant. Great concept.

    I also have a question about your gear. I have a pro shot sabba show where your playing a fernandez rhoads style white weapon, very nice. Did you have an endorsement or just really dig it, or both hahaha

    I am chasing a BC rich endorsment now actually. Gimme gimme haha
     
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    Andy Sneap Metal Guru

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    Yeah, that was in Berlin. I had an endorsement with them. I have a white and black one of those, and a les Paul, which next to my 79 custom, is pretty damn close. All fitted with EMG's, they play really well (unlike me). I also have a cheap Hamer V that I fitted out with spertzels and EMG's that I use for Fozzy shows (named axecaliber). I've broken the neck twice now and am intending to set fire to it on a regular basis!! Tell me it doesn't get any more metal than that!
     
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    What??, hahah your a fruit dude...., man, I learned all my rythm chops from "history for a time to come", yes i think your a god.
    keeping up with that cd has always been a challenge, a real right hand work out.

    Yeah I love emg's, I have the emg active 81's in a les paul custom that unfortunately gathers dust, and the new passive emg's in a custom shop ESP, Lovley stuff.

    Well, glad to hear your playing again with fozzy,
    Another Q for ya, did you play on mourning has broken? because i have always resisted buying it due to the singer change.
    Although martin was a little weird ( I am not a fan of skyclad), he had a unique and original vocal style.
     
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    yeah I played on that album. It didn't work out, the album got a bashing, but some of the guitar playing is pretty off the wall. I actually listened to it a year or so ago and couldn't beleive some of the stuff we were doing, very different to the first two albums mind.
     

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