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Don't judge me / sometimes you gotta be a basic beezy
- •Cold brewHave started brewing my own with a Toddy kit 😉
- •The Original Rinaldi'sI have tried almost every sandwich on their menu. Have campaigned tirelessly to rename the Owner's Favorite (Honey-maple sliced turkey, lettuce, tomato, spicy mustard + avocado) to be renamed Nick's Favorite. The bread (white rolls) make any sandwich awesome. Tell Bella I sent you
- •Talenti GelatoNow found in my neighborhood 7 Eleven
A lot of people ask him what they need to listen to vinyl, here's what I recommend
- 1.TurntableIt matters how well built your turntable is and what type of cartridge / needle is on it. Typically this is the first thing that is going to make or break your vinyl experience.
- 2.Pre-ampThink of this as the first point of contact that is going to make the sound you want out of your records. It's taking an electrical signal from the turntable and boosting it. Less is more in the way of features and adjustments you can make to the sound here. A volume knob is really all you want and need.
- 3.AmpThis is what is going to power your speakers. It needs to have enough juice to push the sound. If it's not enough oomph or your speakers are inefficient, you won't get why people love vinyl.
- 4.SpeakersIt all depends on how much room (size) your dealing with and how loud you like to listen. A decent pair of mid-sized bookshelf speakers should work wonderfully. It also matters what type of music you listen to. Recordings pre-1977 is going to sound better on "warmer" speakers.
- •Fleetwood Mac • Rumours
- •Dr Dre • The Chronic
- •Leon Bridges • Coming Home