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Originally Posted by ac_slater View Post

I actually hung out with John for about an hour in 2007. He was playing a small show at Eddie's Attic and I was opening. Really cool guy. He seems to put up a front whenever there's a camera or reporter around. In person he's just a nice dude. I think people confuse his high intelligence for ego. Dude is just naturally witty. He literally can't help it. Sometimes I think it comes out wrong and he doesn't mean it.

cool. I have changed my position on the matter.
post #2282 of 4584
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Originally Posted by ac_slater View Post

I actually hung out with John for about an hour in 2007. He was playing a small show at Eddie's Attic and I was opening. Really cool guy. He seems to put up a front whenever there's a camera or reporter around. In person he's just a nice dude. I think people confuse his high intelligence for ego. Dude is just naturally witty. He literally can't help it. Sometimes I think it comes out wrong and he doesn't mean it.

I totally love his one-off MTV show you can find on youtube. Hilarious.
post #2283 of 4584
That vid is prolly his setup from the "Where the Light Is" era.

Agree on JM though. Fantastic (if not favorite) modern guitarist.
post #2284 of 4584
Thread Starter 
I still can't stand him nor any of his music I've heard. I would bang Giada though given a chance.
post #2285 of 4584
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I still can't stand him nor any of his music I've heard...

@Piobaire
Edited by El Argentino - 12/18/13 at 10:35pm
post #2286 of 4584
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TC Houston has a huge hard on for Mayer. He is very good though. I have said my friend's quote in the past that made me laugh: "He's a just a frat guy who knows jazz chords."

Yes, huge fan! A couple of times a year I fire up that Live Where the Light Is blu ray in my theater, it's almost like being there. It's a great show and really demonstrates his range.

And I completely ripped of his rig as well, which has been great!

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post #2287 of 4584
deets on the tube screamer
post #2288 of 4584
I saw mayer at a bar once. He's taller than expected.
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That vid is prolly his setup from the "Where the Light Is" era.

Agree on JM though. Fantastic (if not favorite) modern guitarist.

It's from the Battle Studies era.
post #2290 of 4584
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I still can't stand him nor any of his music I've heard. I would bang Giada though given a chance.

Who?
post #2291 of 4584
Thread Starter 
It is rumoured they were hot and heavy. Both deny it.

post #2292 of 4584
Anyone who says they are a better player than Mayer can feel free to show me their perfect rendition of Neon on acoustic.

There are two kinds of people. Those who don't think Mayer can play, and those who haven't witnessed it yet.
post #2293 of 4584
He can even play a volkswagen
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Thread Starter 
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Anyone who says they are a better player than Mayer can feel free to show me their perfect rendition of Neon on acoustic.

There are two kinds of people. Those who don't think Mayer can play, and those who haven't witnessed it yet.

I don't think anyone here has said they can play better than Mayer so I'm unsure why you issued this challenge. And for some reason he still annoys me and I can't stand him.
post #2295 of 4584
i'm pretty sure I couldn't stand hanging out with 75% of successful music artists.
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