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Old 6th May 2009
Lives for gear
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Originally Posted by dbbubba View Post
Still, it is the act of working under a tight deadline and in tough situations where you learn to really hone your craft.
You quickly learn what works and what doesn't.
Your set of "tools" gets more and more refined and your learn to use them more and more efficiently.
That's the gold. That's the deal. Even in my lil'bitty project rig, there ain't no fat in there, it all gets used exactly for what it was intended plus whatever else it works well on, no extra gear.