7 definitions by Jezz Torrent

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SG
SG is a guitar manufactured by Gibson. It is most definetly NOT a "poor man's" Les Paul! What kinda motherfucking bullshit is that? It is as prone to accidents as any guitar, as a guitar can not cause an accident itself, it needs human assistance. If you dont want the headstock to snap, then buy a decent strap and dont drop the damn thing! Thats basic common sense.

The SG is famous for its superior access to the top frets, light weight (although the sound certainly isnt lightweight!), comfort and playability. Noteworthy Gibson SG players include: Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath), Pete Townshend (The Who), Angus Young (AC/DC) and me.

The Gibson SG is a monster of an instrument, with that powerful, rich Gibson sound, dangerous distortion and serious sustain!
1. Man, that dude sure can get a good sound out of that Gibson SG!

2. I wish I could afford a Gibson SG. Oh wait, I have one!

3. Tony Iommi's trademark guitar is the SG
by Jezz Torrent November 18, 2004
One of the greatest and most influential guitar players in the world.

Jeff Beck was born in Surrey, England on June 24, 1944. He build his own electric guitar when he was only thirteen years old using a radio as an amplifier. At age 15 Jeff joined his first band, the Deltones. They played mostly the music of the Shadow's, who were considered England's most popular band until the Beatles came along and changed that. Jeff joined the Tridents in 1963. In March of 1965, Jeff was hired by the Yardbirds to replace Eric Clapton, who had just left the group, to go join John Mayall. Jeff played with the Yardbirds until the fall of 1966.

After Jeff left the Yardbirds, he recorded some tracks with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Keith Moon. One of the songs that was recorded was "Beck's Bolero. In February of 1967, Jeff formed the Jeff Beck Group. Rod Stewart did the vocals for the band, while Ron Wood went from playing guitar to playing bass later on. The Jeff Beck Group, with its ever changing line-up, finally disbanded in the summer of 1972.

Is a Nigel Tufnel lookalike (or vice versa)!
Jeff Beck is a great guitar player

Jeff Beck used to play guitar with The Yardbirds
by Jezz Torrent July 29, 2004
This is not my definition, but a definition given to me by a bona fide spiritual guru:

"Dharma means the intrinsic nature of a thing. Just like the dharma of sugar is sweetness and the dharma of water is wetness. The dharma of the living being is to render service
to God. Therefore everyone serves God without fail, either directly or indirectly. The devotees serve Him directly and the non-devotees serve Him indirectly."
The above definition came from a qualified source, therefore I trust that it is an accurate definition.
by Jezz Torrent July 11, 2005
Iron Man is a kick-ass song by the mighty BLACK SABBATH.

IRON MAN is also the alias used by a mysterious, guitar-playing, hardcore Irish rocker.

Other bogus names include:

Gwillaker
G. Willaker
Malicious Matt
Supertzar

BTW... These nicknames are taken, so go make up your own shithead.
1. IRON MAN really plays the shit out of that Gibson Iommi SG!

2. I wish I could be as hardcore as IRON MAN. He truly lives hardcore!

3. IRON MAN makes the coolest posts, and I love his haikus!
by Jezz Torrent November 17, 2004
1980's "Hair Metal" band. See Jezz Torrent.
Love Fist played a sell-out show last night

Love Fist played a gig in Vice City
by Jezz Torrent July 29, 2004
Also known as Jeff Beck ;)

One of the greatest and most influential guitar players in the world.

Jeff Beck was born in Surrey, England on June 24, 1944. He build his own electric guitar when he was only thirteen years old using a radio as an amplifier. At age 15 Jeff joined his first band, the Deltones. They played mostly the music of the Shadow's, who were considered England's most popular band until the Beatles came along and changed that. Jeff joined the Tridents in 1963. In March of 1965, Jeff was hired by the Yardbirds to replace Eric Clapton, who had just left the group, to go join John Mayall. Jeff played with the Yardbirds until the fall of 1966.

After Jeff left the Yardbirds, he recorded some tracks with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Keith Moon. One of the songs that was recorded was "Beck's Bolero. In February of 1967, Jeff formed the Jeff Beck Group. Rod Stewart did the vocals for the band, while Ron Wood went from playing guitar to playing bass later on. The Jeff Beck Group, with its ever changing line-up, finally disbanded in the summer of 1972.

Is a Nigel Tufnel lookalike (or vice versa)!
I love Jeff Beck's latest album!

Jeff Beck played guitar with the Yardbirds back in the 60's
by Jezz Torrent July 29, 2004
"Rolling Truck Stones" is a quote from the classic Deep Purple song "Smoke On The Water". It refers to a mobile recording studio built into a truck, which was previously used by The Rolling Stones. It was also used by Led Zeppelin, among others after The Stones were done with it.

The fact that Deep Purple's vocalist Ian Gillan says "Rolling Truck Stones" instead of the more logical "Rolling Stones Truck" was possibly just a "brain fart" on his part.
We ended up at the Grand Hotel
It was empty cold and bare
But with the Rolling truck Stones thing just outside
Making our music there
by Jezz Torrent November 17, 2004
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