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2022.01.22 17:18 WSAlpacaGaming Terran Landers Day 113: They came to this planet on an interstellar futuristic mission to abolish slavery on other lands, because they no longer had any troubles back at home. Here they are preparing to bring war to the Empire Of The Moon. cass/lif/commit
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2022.01.22 17:18 NewsElfForEnterprise Hands-On Video Shows Off Microsoft's Andromeda OS
2022.01.22 17:18 UnknownEntity115 The Future of MCC
Online Co-op campaign for all Halos would be some epic content down the road. That’s all I got. Don’t know if that’s technologically possible either.
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2022.01.22 17:18 dylanmadigan A thorough review of the Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb after one year of use.
You see a lot of reviews on youtube and gear websites by publications and influencers who have messed around with a piece of gear for a couple nights tops. Sometimes they literally unbox it in the video. So I think it might be useful to offer a perspective from a consumer who's been using something for a while.
If you are not familiar with the Fender Tone Master series, look it up or my review may not make much sense.
My personal background:
I bought the Fender Tone Master Deluxe reverb early January 2021 and It has been my main amplifier for a year.
I've been playing guitar for 13 years. I mostly play at home or open mics. But I've also jammed with full bands and gigged on numerous occasions. I also record in my bedroom studio. I'm a bit of a gear head and have tried a lot of stuff and do way too much research.
I've played a bit of everything but my favorite thing by far is blues. My own style is influenced by Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robert Johnson, John Lee Hooker, Jack White, John Mayer, and Dan Auerbach... so you can see why I'm drawn to fender amps.
Here are my thoughts. I'll be thorough...
Why I bought the Tonemaster over the tube counterpart. I used to like strictly analog gear. Vintage style tones are my preference. I'm one of those guys. but I'm also young and quite tech savvy.
So I try to find a balance of the classic analog sound and modern practicality. The Fender '65 tube reissues are dream amps. But In practice, I have a Vox AC15 that I have NEVER brought to a gig or an open mic because..
- It is heavy and bulky
- More susceptible to noise issues than say a digital solid state amp.
- More susceptible to problems that may not be quicky diagnosed or fixed in a live setting.
- Requires occasional tube replacements which can be costly if music isn't a source of income.
- It's too loud in many situations, and it's too quiet and many situations.
The tube counterparts to the Tone Master amps have all these same problems.
Even if I got a smaller, low-wattage fender amp, the problem is a lack of headroom when I want to use my reverbs, delays and a looper.
So the way I have been solving these problems recently have been the Boss Katana Artist, Vox MV50 amp heads, playing live with the Boss ME80 or GT1000 directly to a PA system, and recording using plugins like Amplitube.
I felt the features on the katana were overkill - As is the case with every digital modelling amp.
The tonemaster solved all my problems.
- No noise.
- Attenuator on the back. (as it's digital, Idk if it's really an "attenuator." it's basically a master volume, but being digital allows it to work more realistically than a master volume knob on a typical tube amp).
- DI output for recording or going live to a PA (when on standby, the built in speaker is off, but this output still works).
- No need for tube replacements.
- Consistent sound - by that I mean that every tube amp sounds different, but every tonemaster should sound the same because the sound is created digitally.
But... Does it really sound like the tube counterpart?
First off, Reminder
: If it sounds good, it is good. Whether something sounds "good" shouldn't be about how well if compares to something else.
I've seen people on forums say "I went to the store and tried them and I thought it sounded terrible. I can totally tell the difference."
Here's the thing. While I'm a vintage nut, I'm also a digital native, so I'll explain "modelling" for you because a lot of people don't realize this...
It's a modelling amp that only models one amp. And the way modelling works, is the developers pick out one specific piece of analog gear and model that particular one. That is always the case. Every 1176 compressor sounds different, so when you see an 1176 plugin, the people who coded it used one particular 1176 as a reference. So the comparison will not always be 1:1
So what fender did is they went through a ton of their Fender Deluxe reissues in the factory and picked what they felt was the best one. As they are the Fender team building these amps, that basically means they picked the Fender deluxe that best resembles what a Fender deluxe is supposed to sound like.
Then they modelled that one.
Without being able to compare to that one, how is it?
The modelling on this thing is DANG good. No question of that. So I'm willing to bet that if you put this thing beside the actual tube counterpart that they modelled, no person on earth could hear or feel the difference.
That is typically the case with even more rudimentary digital modelling, but there is some heavy duty processing power going on in this thing.
BUT... Every tube Fender deluxe sounds a bit different and behaves a bit differently.
For a while before I bought it and still to this day, anytime a store has both the tonemaster and a tube version (usually reissue, sometimes vintage), I try them both and compare. At this point I've compared it with about 15 different tube deluxes side by side.
I've found that, as expected, every tonemaster sounds like mine. They are consistent. But how close they are to the tube versions really changes.
My Comparison agianst the tube versions:
Compared to the -typical- Fender deluxe, The tonemaster deluxe has a very forward sound, it's got a tight (but beefy) low-end, a compressed attack, a bit of high-end sparkle, and an especially scooped mid-range.
Those particulay qualities are probably what the team at Fender preferred when picking out the reissue they were going to model. But not everyone is going to have that prefence.
All of the tube versions vary. Some are close to this. Others are quite far off. I've only found one that was practically identical. So the tonemaster seems to be on one end of the spectrum, whereas others are on the complete opposite end.
I've found some, particularly older, used fender deluxe reverbs in the store, that were deeper sounding, had a more subtle and loose low-end, more mid-focussed (as far as fender blackface amps go) and a very, very soft attack.
If you happen to compare to one of those, you'll find them to be quite different. And It does make it difficult to pick what you like more because maybe you would prefer the tonemaster but you are biased toward the tube amp. Or you may prefer the mid-rangy, softer tube amp, and be biased toward the price and features of the tonemaster.
That compressed attack...
In Rhett Shull's review on youtube he says that it has a solid-state attack because it's not a tube amp... Which is kinda ridiculous as the amp has a ton of headroom on the input and output, so he's wrong; that's not what you're hearing. ThatPedalShow did a comparison and they said it sounds like there is a compressor pedal in front of the amp on the tonemaster. I thought the same as them first time I tried one.
If you've compared them yourself, chances are you've probably come across what these guys are referring to.
It does have a particularly compressed sounding attack when the volume is below 5. But this appears to be completely intentional. Some of the tube counterparts I've tried have the exact same quality, but most don't. Also any really high-end tube amps seem to do this as well.
It seems to be a trait that the fender team preferred.
Personally I don't prefer it. It's nice for lead. But I actually think most people really like when the attack is very soft on the amp because your picking sound is already sharp enough.
It also sounds more vintage when the attack is softer. And that could be the thing - Fender may have been looking for a particularly modern sounding reissue as their reference. That would also explain why they also picked one that is very mid-scooped.
When it comes to cranking the thing
, I admit I've never cranked the tube counterpart up to 10 in a store. But I have some experience doing that with my own tube amps and the cranked tonemaster sounds VERY tubey. It sounds ridiculously good. And I will typically crank it to 10 late at night without disturbing my neighbors because of the attenuator. So that's a win for me.
As far as reverb
, it just sounds good. Sounds like a real spring reverb. When you turn it up past 2, you are basically swimming in reverb (and remember there is no zero on fender knobs. 1=0). This is pretty much the same on the tube amps that use real spring tanks, although where that drop off on the knob changes a little on each one.. And my understanding is that, that is just how knob pots work. Also I'm sure the condition of the springs vary.
As far as tremelo
, I honeslty haven't compared it enough. Used subtly, I love the tremelo on the tonemaster. But Used heavily, I don't. For deep tremelo I think using the Boss TR-2 is much better. I also really like the trem on my Vox AC15.
It's really not about how close it sounds to the tube reissue because all of the reissue's sound different. But here's the thing: If you like the way the tonemaster sounds, they will all sound that way. You can order one online and it will sound the same as the one in the store.
If you don't like the way the tonemaster sounds, you may not like some of the reissues, but you may like other reissues. Tube amps = Try before you buy.
Modding a tube amp to make it sound the way you want is also an option.
Can't do that with the tonemaster... Or you kinda can? read on..
Do you have to update it? No.
You may hear people say there are updates. But they aren't really updates. There is nothing to "update." It's not like there are bugs in this amp to fix. It's just alternative firmware. Like mods.
So each firmware you can download from fender basically just installs a mod to the amp.
However they install as a full firmware update would.. So it's not like you grab 3 seperate mods and install them (which would be ideal). You just grab one firmware that has the changes you want and then install that.
So for instance there is one that adjusts the Reverb knob so that it increases the reverb more gradually. I mentioned how after 2, you are basically swimming in reverb. While that is accurate to the analog counterparts, it's not as practical as making the slope more gradual so that you can be more precise on the amount of reverb you used. Most people prefer this over the original firmware. I actually like the original because it's the way the old amps were and I'm used to it at this point.
Another one is that it removes the bright cap. For those who are unfamiliar, the Fender Twin Reverb has a bright switch that you can turn on or off to add or remove a "bright cap". The deluxe reverb does not. Instead, they put the bright cap on both inputs on the vibrato channle and left it off on the normal channel, which doesn't have reverb or tremelo. So that means if you want to use the reverb, you have no choice but to use the bright cap. So a common mod for the classic tube amps was to remove the bright cap. There is a firmware version that does that + it inludes the reveb mod.
I haven't tried it because sometimes I like the brightcap. What I think fender SHOULD have done with this update is made it so that the reverb and tremelo worked on BOTH the normal and vibrato chanels. Then you have all options at your disposal. You could play with or without the bright cap without sacrificing your ability to use he reverb and tremelo.
If you're thinking "I'm not that familiar with the tube versions either. What are the 2 inputs for?"
The idea fender had back in the day was that input 1 is for lower-output single-coil pickups. Input 2 is for higher-output humbucker pickups. So input 2 is not as loud. Will they work at the same time?
Yes. Back in the day many bands with no money would ONLY own one amp and plug all their instruments into it. Even the Beatles and Stones had done this pre-fame. It does not sound great. It's not designed to be used that way. It's easier to overload the amp into distortion that way and ultimately you mix is coming out of a single, mono, 1x12 guitar speaker.
Despite not being designed for that, the tonemaster is weirdly accurate in that regard. It will allow you to do that. And I bet, becuase the preamp is digital, that it's less damaging to do that to the tonemaster than it is to the tube counterpart.
A while back I actually ran a Roland 808 drum machine through the vibrato channel cranked up with some super wet reverb, while I played guitar through the normal channel. It's a pretty nasty sound. But it does it and still sounds like a tube amp would.
How does it handle pedals?
This is often a silly question. I'm not sure what answer people are looking for specifically. But it handles pedals great in my experience, as it should. Fender said they specifically kept this in mind because the classic fender deluxe is well-known to be a great pedal-platform amp. Just like a classic fender-deluxe, the tonemaster is also a high-headroom amp. So it's great for your delays and reverbs.
And when you get it up to that break-up point, those reverbs and delays still sound wonderful. In fact I LOVE how my reverb and delay pedals sounds when the amp is at its break-up point. Because that gain is very tubey. Tube distortion is like your signal is still crisp and clear while also somehow being distorted? And you get exactly that. So you get a nice crunch, but your signal isn't collapsing into the reverb and delay like it when you go into a crappy digital amp model from 10 years ago. It retains the dynamics and sounds beatiful.
When it comes to drives and boosts, the crunch on the amp stacks very well, as it should.
But the thing that astounds me more than anything on this amp is the input. They put a ton of headroom on the input and made it react the way it should. So if you use a clean boost pedal and hit the front end of the amp hard, it will react the way the tube amp would. You get a particular type of distortion out of overloading the front of the amp the same way you do on a tube amp. I actually love playing with high-output pickups through input 1 on the amp and getting that nice crunch out of the input.
But being a digital amp means that there is a A/D converter there. If you've ever recorded into an Audio interface, you know that if you crank up the input you can clip the converter and get an AWFUL digital clipping sound. And even once the sound is converted, you can clip the output converters by boosting the recording in your DAW. Digital plugins have a preferred input level in order to behave their best. I have a boss GT1000 and in order to get the most out of it, you need to set your input level properly.
So the other day I wanted to see if I could force this amp's converters to clip. I put a few boost pedals in series and cranked the level all the way up on all of them to hit the front end of this amp as hard as I could. I didn't hear any digital clipping. I just heard that typical tube-amp-input-overload type of distoriton. I couldn't get it to clip.
So I don't think you'll ever accidentally get any sort of ugly digital clipping or solid state compression out of this amp.
If I had to guess, I think that the input is actually analog. I think they have a high headroom Jfet input for a realistic response and that the level is lowered before it hit's the A/D converter, and that they have a limiter somewhere in there for safety... I have no idea. That's just my guess. This is basically how the Strymon Sunset pedal works.
How loud is it?
Pretty freakin loud when the attenuator is all the way up. I got the volume up to 4 once. You can bring the house down for sure.
I don't think I'll ever get out a DB meter and compare, but my guess is that every tube Deluxe has a slightly different maximum volume (when all other factors are equal), but that every tonemaster is consistent. AND I bet that the tonemaster is just as loud as that fender deluxe that they modelled in their factory, but not the same volume as every Tube Deluxe you find out in the world.
And you will NOT get any solid state clipping when you crank it. Here's the thing about that, if you are unfamiliar:
The tube amps are 22watts. With a tube amp that is plenty for gigging. But with a solid state amp, you typically want at least 50-100 watts for gigging.
Why is that? Well imagine there is a "ceiling" where your headroom ends and when you pass this ceiling the amp naturally distorts and compresses. Let's say your guitar starts to hit this ceiling when your volume is at around 60% - which is typical. When you pass this ceiling on a tube amp, it sounds beautiful because you have something called "soft clipping" and "even harmonics". When you pass the cieling on a solid state amp, it sounds gosh awful because you get something called "hard clipping" and "odd harmonics".
They both will probably go about just as loud, but you can feel free to crank your tube amp to 10 while you probably want to keep your solid state at 5.
Tube amps "go to 11" so to speak.
But that's not really applicable with the tonemaster. Or with many other advanced, modern, solid state amps.
Nowadays a lot of solid states are basically overshooting the necessary wattage so that when you crank it up to 10, you are basically still at like 5. They also will apply limiters and compressors as safety nets.
Fender just took the approach of overshooting the wattage.
The tonemaster deluxe is modeling a 22 watt tube amp
and probably is the exact same DB level as the 22watt tube amp that the fender team hand picked. But the Tonemaster is a 100 watt solid state amp
. They overshot the wattage about 4 times so that even at maximum volume on a high output guitar with a boost pedal, you aren't hitting that ugly solid state ceiling.
I don't know all the technicals of how it works but from experience, this is the case. You will not hear any solid state compression or distortion out of this thing.
An experiment I would be interested in though is a DB test of an identical signal sent through a Fender Tonemaster cranked up versus the Fender Champion 100.
In fact I want to see more comparisons of those two amps in general. The Champion 100 is a great beginner amp. Perhaps a "gateway" tonemaster, if you will.
How is recording with it?
It records like a dream. The built in IR's are fantastic. Sounds exactly as you would expect in a studio.
You can also turn off the built-in IR and use your own on the computer, if you're into that. But to me that's silly. There's a lot of misunderstanding, misuse, and misinformation surrounding IRs and that's a different conversation.. But if you know your stuff, you'll know the built-in IRs are great and do exactly what you need them to do.
The main reason I say it records like a dream is the workflow.
I don't have to setup a mic stand with cables all around or plugin a USB cable, install a driver and change settings in my DAW.. By the time I do all that, the inspiration goes away. It's just an XLR cable in the back. I currenlty have my amp on the same wall as my desk and I just leave the XLR cable in all the time. So if I have an idea, I wake up the computer, open my daw and hit record. No hassle. No inconvenience.
I can also pull up a backing track on the computer, put the amp on standby and then hear it in the mix with the backing track through my studio monitors. I often do this when I'm recording depending on whether the studio sound or the live sound is more inspiring to me at the moment.
If you want, look up my name on spotify and take a listen to some of my album "Moving On". Basically every guitar is recorded through the Fender Tonemaster Direct XLR output. You can hear it pretty well on the title track.
What does it come with?
You get a nice black cover with the fender logo on it. This is nice. Recently I took the amp somewhere and I was able to get the amp out to my car in the rain without getting it wet under the cover.
It comes with a footswitch for the reverb and tremelo.
In the back of the amp, there are velcro straps for securing the foot switch and power cable when you are carrying the amp around.
When playing it. I stuff the cover back there. And I usually don't use the footswitch, so I just leave in the back.
I think that covers everything?
So overall what are the downsides?
I mentioned a few things throughout. But here are some additional criticisms. Some things are just inherit with this being a digtal amp. Like I don't think this thing would be as easy to repair as a normal fender amp.
If you blew the speaker, I don't know how easy it is to replace. They special made the speakers for the tonemaster and Idk if you can just buy them. You can replace it with a different speaker. But 1, it will certainly be heavier. And 2, they voiced the modeling specifically for this special speaker, right? So idk how well it will do with a different speaker. Maybe it's fine. Idk if anyon has tried this yet.
What if you fell into it and snapped one of the knobs. On a fender hand-wired amp, the pot can be replaced. But on other fender amps, all of the knobs are connected to a single circuitboard and that entire front panel needs to be replaced at a greater cost. I'm sure the tonemaster is not handwired. It's a computer. So If this happens, Idk if it is even repairable.. Maybe fender certified techs can buy a whole new head and computer an reinstall it in your amps body for less than the cost of a whole new amp? I don't know.
My biggest worry owning this thing is that evennnnntually something bad happens and this amp ends up being a big useless brick.
I hope that doesn't happen. I hope I can keep this thing and be happy with it forever.
I aim to get at least one hour of enjoyment out of every dollar I spend on something. But I also care about the environment and don't want to create more unnecessary technology trash in the world.
The other thing,
which is potentially fixable, is that Fender chose to model a very particular sounding amp from their factory. It is what their own team deemed to be the -ideal- fender deluxe amp. But not everyone will agree with their pick.
I actually love the sound of dirty old, mid-rangy, vintage amps with old tubes in them.
What I would LOVE for fender to do is actually go through the run of Fender Reissues in their factory and figure out what the most average sound is. What is the average compression? Average tonal shape? Average reverb sound? Average tremelo sound? Average response? Find the most typical sounding Fender deluxe possible and Model THAT ONE. Then offer it as an alternative firmware to download.
I think a lot of people would prefer it.
Additionally, maybe they can do the same thing, but instead, maybe they hunt down the best sounding vintage fender deluxe with old beaten tubes and stretched out springs. Moder That and also make that a firmware option.
That way people can actually get what they want out of a fender amp sound with all of the pratical benefits of the tonemaster.
So for those reasons, I'm still looking to have a good, awesome Tube combo that could be my favorite amp for life to sit alongside my tonemaster. The tonemaster can be my practical swiss army knife of an amp. I hope it lasts forever but I am concerned because we all know how quickly digital stuff dies or becomes obsolete, while the classics can age like wine and never lose value.
Also people often complain about price.
They say that you may as well pay 40-50% more money and get the tube version.
However the way I think about it, you are literally getting an amp that sounds just as good and is waaaay more practical in the modern world than the tube version, for less money. So if you're comparing them, it seems like a great deal. I think the only reason you should get the tube version is the possible question of digital longevity and because you prefer the sound of a particular tube deluxe over the way every tonemaster deluxe sounds.
And my understanding of why it costs as much as it does, it's because pretty much everything on the amp is just as expensive to produce. The cabinet is similar (lighter weight, but just as strong). The hardware is identical. The speaker is custom made. And with all the processing power, the head is basically an audio interface combined with a gaming laptop and a class D power amp. Where fender saves the most money is probably on the cost of tubes, and the fact that it's probably easier to outsource a computer without sacrificing quality than it is to outsource the components and wiring for their tube amps-- so labor is probably cheaper. Considering that, the price seems fair.
Go to the store and touch one of these. Play with the knobs and look at the finer details. Then do the same with a fender champion. I did that before I bought it and the build-quality difference between a $400 amp and $900 amp is more than clear.
If Fender is upcharging these arbitrarily, then of course I would love to have paid less. I don't actually know what their mark-up is on these. But logically, if the tube versions of these are fairly priced, than the price difference between them seems fair to me.
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2022.01.22 17:18 MMMaulik Best Team?
What is the best team for orchynx as a starter?
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Situation has escalated even more in this 10 days John has completely lost control he went to Lisa's workplace and spoke with HR he needed to tell them that she is wh**e and that they should fire her, sadly his rant and crazy behavior didn't stop there he slashed all four tires on my car and broke my windshield with bat. I went with Lisa to police station she filed restraining order against him, I filed charges for vandalism, Lisa got Temporary Restraining Order(TRO) but police officer is sure that judge will allow her permanent order after 30 days. Honestly aim sad about John something is not right with him he is acting completely different then the man I know for more than 20 years, he surround himself with people that encourage this kind of sick behavior but I think there is something wrong with him he has some kind of mental breakdown or he is using some kind of drugs I manage to speak with his mom and she is scared for him and share my opinion. Do you have some idea how to help him, he wont listen to me, and do you think that he is using some kind of drug in last month his personality has changed completely. I apologies for grammar English is not my native language.
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2022.01.22 17:18 etym0n What semantic notions underlie the legal meaning of 'vest' — with its original meanings of 'robe', 'gown'?
I first quote the legal meaning of vest in law, then the etymology of its nonspecialist meanings. What semantic notions underlie them?
VESTING the satisfaction of all the requirements necessary for a right to property to become unconditional; the completion of the transfer of property to a person, so that they can begin to enjoy the rights in that property. Pearce & Stevens' Trusts and Equitable Obligations 7 edn 2018
, page lxix, Right Column.
vest  Vest was originally used fairly generally for a ‘robe’ or ‘gown’. Its earliest specific application was to a ‘sleeveless jacket worn under an outer coat’. It was Charles II of England who introduced the fashion, and the first reference to vest in this sense is in Samuel Pepy’s diary for 8 October 1666:
‘The King hath yesterday, in Council, declared his resolution for setting a fashion in clothes … It will be a vest, I know not well how; but it is to teach the nobility thrift’. The direct descendant of this is American English vest for ‘waist-coat’. The British application of the word to an undergarment for the upper part of the body did not emerge until the 19th century. The word came via French veste and Italian veste from Latin vestis ‘clothing, garment’. This went back to the Indo- European base *wes-, which also produced English wear. The derived Latin verb vestīre originally meant ‘clothe’, and hence ‘induct into an office by dressing in the appropriate garments’. It has given English its verb vest , as well as divest  and invest. Other English words from the same source include travesty, vestment , vestry , and vesture .
John Ayto, Word Origins
(2005 2e), p 522 Right column.
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2022.01.22 17:18 TheShartFairy Shart's Pew Pew Laser Show
2022.01.22 17:18 AdmechToaster Got my first grad school acceptance letter! Now what?
So I'm finishing up my last semester as a pure-math/physics major and just received my first acceptance letter! I know usually most people say go straight for a Ph.D. rather than a MS in the math field, but coming from a smaller unknown school I thought it'd be best to use a MS program as a stepping stone to get into a better Ph.D. program in the future. Now that I got accepted I still plan to wait for my other schools to come in, but I was curious what are the next steps I should take? Such as how do I choose what classes I take, when do I start looking for a place to live, and anything else important I should be doing?
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2022.01.22 17:18 crytoloover Uniswap Guide
2022.01.22 17:18 resting16 Thanks Trudeau. You've just solved the Ukraine-Russia crisis.
2022.01.22 17:18 whup36 my [27f] partner [28f] lied about long term relationship history with friend [20sM]
we've been together almost 1.5 years. my partner told me about an ex that they had a three-year toxic relationship with, but said that they cut contact with them when they broke up. there were some things about what they've told me about this past relationship that made me a little insecure, which is obviously a me problem. i asked at one point if they were still in touch with this person, my partner said no. separately, i knew that my partner had a friend that they would text or voice chat with occasionally, but that they weren't super close with. i asked at one point outright if they had a history with this friend, my partner said no. i found out recently that this was not true, this friend and the ex were the same person. my partner is very remorseful about this, but i just don't know what to do. i think this was just a mistake born out of embarrassment , but obviously it has damaged trust to a certain extent. i am an anxious person by nature, including in relationships, so i don't know if the things that would be needed to restore trust would be things that are healthy in a relationship, but my partner has expressed a willingness to try them.
tl;dr partner was untruthful about friend and ex being the same person.
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2022.01.22 17:18 Nirati11 𝗦𝗮𝘁_𝗕𝗵𝗮𝗸𝘁𝗶_𝗦𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗲𝘀𝗵 🔆𝗠𝘂𝘀𝘁 𝗪𝗮𝘁𝗰𝗵 "𝗦𝗮𝗱𝗵𝗻𝗮" 𝗖𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗻𝗲𝗹 𝟳:𝟯𝟬 𝗽𝗺.
2022.01.22 17:18 gothteen145 What are some newer bands you'd like to see open for Slipknot on a tour?
I know metal these days tends to draw criticism, even from musicians themselves like Corey Taylor. But in my opinion there's some fucking amazing newer bands out there now that are getting attention, and thought i'd ask if there were any in particular you'd like to see open for Slipknot? Mine would be:
- Slaughter to Prevail - Lorna Shore - Turnstile
Wanted to say Code Orange but I know they've opened Knotfest before so didn't think they counted.
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