Lots of awesome new gear in this week! Lets start with something we are most excited about: @friedman_amplifiers ! In addition to their sweet overdrive pedals we also now stock a couple of their guitar amps namely the Runt 20 in combo and head format. Super versatile with great clean and awesome drive channel, speaker sim output for recording, el84 power tubes, #celestion g12m creamback speaker and the amp is beautifully made in California, USA! #friedman#guitaramp#guitarcombo
Friedman amplification JJ Jr. Metal demo. This little 20 watt amp is a beast! All sounds within this clip are straight out of the XLR output and into my DAW. I don’t think I could ask for any more out of an amp!
Tremenda doble fecha en @raesconcertbar y @mamutbreweryco 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽❤️ Siempre será un honor tenerte en el escenario @gambini.610o2 ✋🏾Muchísimas Gracias Raza. Se viene el Rock and Taco Fest el sábado 6 de julio en Cecut. #tijuana#music#guitar#friedman#vox#stratocaster#guild#gibson 📸: @buenavistasohighclub
With Joe Biden announcing his Presidential campaign for the 2020 election, many on the progressive left have brought up past votes and policy stances taken by Biden during his senate tenure in an effort to position him as someone who is an out of touch democrat whose views don’t represent the modern Democratic Party. One of the main criticisms of Biden’s record is his vote and continual support for the ‘Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act’, or more commonly known as the 1994 crime bill. With the ever growing belief in social justice and racial equality within the Democratic Party and society as a whole, laws such as the 1994 crime bill have fallen out of favour and those who supported measures similar to it in the past have been attacked. However there is much misinformation surrounding this piece of legislation and those who stand by this bill, such as Biden, are right in doing so. There is a belief that the crime bill was the catalyst or at least aided in the high levels of incarceration that disproportionately affect minority communities. However, this is wrong on multiple levels, not only did the incarceration rates not change at any significant level when the crime bill was signed but the majority of prisoners are held in state prisons, not federal ones. Highest estimates state that about 13% of prisoners are held in federal prisons. Meaning that the so called surge in unjustified incarceration is a problem to do with states, no with federal legislation such as the crime bill. There were also many benefits that came out of the crime bill, such as the federal assault weapons ban. The Federal Assault Weapons Ban banned the manufacture of 19 specific semi-automatic firearms, classified as "assault weapons", as well as any semi-automatic rifle, pistol, or shotgun capable of accepting a detachable magazine that had two or more features considered characteristic of such weapons. During this period of 1994 to 2004 in which the ban was in place, Gun
Today is fathers' day in my country so I would like to share with you some economists who are the most important to me: Smith, Becker, Keynes, Friedman, and Hayek... Specially Becker's articles were made me interested in crime and economic relation. And in the last picture is not about an economist; Robert Downey Jr is the amazing actor and person. He fought against to his faults and his life always gives me motivation. So happy fathers' day! And also you can share with me who are the most important men to you except your family in the comments. Don't be shy, make comment! 👌🏻😊