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Jim Basnight is on Facebook. To connect with Jim, sign up for Facebook today. Work Entertainer October 24, 2017 to present Indianola, Washington Singer, Musician, Composer, Producer and Journalist. All across the USA 1975 to present All across the USA Education Class of 1977 Music Theory, Jazz Harmony, Piano, Voice Training Seattle, Washington Studied exclusively music. Decided to move to NYC. Current City and Hometown Favorite Quotes "It can't happen here" Frank Zappa "Now you're dead. I love ya" Walter Lure and Johnny Thunders "Rhythm control doesn't mean making it with every trio that plays the Black Hawk" Lenny Bruce Music Books Movies Television Athletes Other Leo Bud Welch, Rock 'n' Roll Freaks, RL Boyce, Katie Kurkjy, Sonoma Hot Sauce, Bear Creek Studio, Clock Tower Ales, Todd Bokich Artist, The Spar Tavern, Roadtrip Records, Intervention NW, Kevin Mathews Composer, Mike Joyce, LiviJoyHoops, Renate Winter, The Alleycat Patio & Lounge, Pillow Academy School Plays, Oregon Music News, KBOO Community Radio, Stephen Tow, Author, Tiki Torch Menorah, Scorpio Promotions, Trump-Epstein 2020, Loki Coyote, Memos For The Jimi LaLumia Book, Punk Globe Features by Jimi LaLumia, Southridge Dugout Bar & Grill, Sunwood, Sister Midnight Podcast, Sawadee Thai Restaurant, Chunk Archives, Off The Record, The Goalltheways, The Gargsville Radio Hour, The Kraken Bar & Lounge, The Spoon, Chuck's Class, Power Pop Portal, JP Trodden Distilling, Gainesville Grooves, Go Go Kitty radio show and podcast with Peter Aaron, WGOT LP 100. 1 FM - Gainesville, FL, East Portland Blog, I Don't Hear A Single, Reprospace, LLC, Gigs4U, 1 in Five, GP Music Promotions, Rand Bishop, Broken Bonds, Highway 61 Blues Festival, Mother's Keeper, Genya Ravan Official Fan Page, LuAnn Davison State Farm Agent, ElectraJets, Latus Motors Harley-Davidson, Nacho's Videos, Nancy B. Fox Portraits, Vintage Music Graphics, Society of the Silver Cross, FreeForm Northwest, John Sakamoto, Jimi LaLumia's Record Connection; 1987-2005, Greenfield Glass & Goods, So Not Tired, Paul Sherman - Realtor, The Power Pop Castle, BLING Appeal, Tramps, NYC - Live Music Venue, Todd-O-Phonic Todd, Gillian Gaar writer, Salon Magnolia, Kafé Neo Kingston, Curt Weiss, Author, Crashing The Party, Fan Fest NW, Hambone Wilson Band, Jive Time Records, Fans of The Jim Basnight Band and Moberlys, Jerry Hammack - Mixing Engineer, Wenis, Georgetown Records, Randi Richards, performer, Steve Fisk, Joseph Meyering Sr, Sober Coach AAS, CDP, SUZI QUATRO OFFICIAL FAN CLUB, Tim's Tavern, Jeff Cerar - Cinematography and Photography, The Lemmon Ranch, Ravin' Films, Inc., Best Friend Photography by Emily Rieman, Childrens Dental Group, PLLC, Napa Radio Project - KCMU 103. 3 FM, Democrats for Malcolm Nance, Canters Cab, Lidline Sports, Lyle Matoush, Jerry Nolan, Willabay/Oysterville Sea Farms, Eddie Fish, Bushnell Craft, Mississippi Folklife, Sheila Kay, Happy Hauler, Mike Refuzor Memorial Page, Brian Taylor Page, Helgeson Place Hotel & Suites, American Epic, Lenny bruce, Slick Watts Real Estate, The Woodhouse Wine Estates, Paulie Poppins LLC, Mt. Zion Memorial Fund, Geoffrey Castle, Jenny on the road, Buzz Inn Granite Falls, Lidline News, Forever Prince, Angie Bowie, Oak Harbor Music Festival, Hannah's Attic Estate Sales & Appraisals, Buzz Inn Broadway, JAM PRO NW Photography, Danny O'Keefe Page, Bluesattic, Bentonia Blues Festival, Puget Sound Productions, Jennie Brott, Peter Perrett, The Sinister Six, Sharon Montgomery Cruikshank Memorial Page, Old Skool's, Aaron Attaboy McAvoy, Southern Poverty Law Center, Kings Road Old School., Mick Rock, Tracy Nelson, Don Letts, Darrell's Tavern, The Pheasant - Blue Collar Bar & Grill, Rotie Cellars, Wheat & Barley Pub, Sno Road Winery, Echo Ridge Cellars, Capps Club, Wagon Wheel Restaurant and Lounge, Funhouse Seattle, TWISTED WHEEL CLUB, Vintagenia, Monroe Free Press, Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum, Blue Heron Bakery, Max's Kansas City, December 31st 1973: Live at the Academy Of Music NYC, Pastime Burgers Brews and Spirits, Red Dog Saloon, SMI (Seattle Music Insider) Spark Syracuse and more.
♫ Blackhawk featured singer/guitarist Henry Paul, formerly of The Outlaws. After leaving The Outlaws, he formed the Henry Paul Band and released 4 albums (the last as a solo record. On those albums you saw a fine artist starting off with a great Southern Rock album ( Grey Ghost. then changing musical paths from Hard Rock to more Pop oriented albums, eventually not getting anywhere. You can blame that on the 80's, which was bad news for music in general and even worse for any kind of roots music. In 1994 Henry Paul, along with Van Stephenson and Dave Robbins, formed Blackhawk. A Country Rock band - hardly anything to do with Southern Rock - which immediately made an impact on the charts with the song "Goodbye Says It All. Blackhawk often got lumped in with acts such as Little Texas and Restless Heart, but in my view they were a cut above the rest. In all honesty, that probably had everything to do with the characteristic voice of Henry Paul. I was always looking out for his voice on the first 3 albums of The Outlaws, and I think the only decent song on "Soldiers of Fortune" was the Henry Paul song "Cold Harbor. But Blackhawk obviously has more to with Country than with The Outlaws. Still, as far as 90's Country Rock goes, this is as good as it gets. Live From The Troubadour is a radio broadcast from 1997 with Blackhawk performing an acoustic set. I hadn't actually noticed at first, but it's as mr. Paul says: no amplifiers, just talent. The sound is splendid and the playing and singing are equally good. It does feature live renditions of "Every Once in a While" and "Goodbye Says It All. I really love the song "Just About Right. These days Henry Paul is once again touring with The Outlaws, assuming the role of main man since the untimely passing on of Hughie Thomasson. Cross our fingers and hope that the new album, so long talked about already, will get a release very soon. Besides The Outlaws, Henry is also still touring with Blackhawk. And this is what they sound like.
Movie Lenny & The blackhawk. California National Guard Seal of the National Guard Active July 27, 1849–present Country United States Allegiance United States California Branch United States Army United States Air Force Type National Guard Role Militia Size 23, 387 Part of National Guard Bureau California Military Department Headquarters 9800 Goethe Road, Sacramento, California 95826 Commanders Commander in Chief ( Title 10 USC) President of the United States (Federalized) Commander in Chief ( Title 32 USC) Governor of California Adjutant General MG David S. Baldwin Command Chief Warrant Officer CW5 Anthony C. Williamson Senior Enlisted Leader CMSgt Thomas L. James California National Guardsmen boarding a UH-60 Blackhawk during training at Camp Williams, Utah in 2014 The California National Guard is a federally funded California military force, part of the National Guard of the United States. It comprises both Army and Air National Guard components, and the California State Guard and is the largest national guard force in the United States with a total authorized strength of over 23, 000 soldiers and airmen.  As of January 2012, California National Guardsmen have been deployed overseas more than 38, 000 times since 2001, 2] of which twenty-nine have been killed in Iraq and two have died in Afghanistan.  The Constitution of the United States specifically charges the National Guard with dual federal and state missions. When under the control of its state governor, national guard functions range from limited actions during non-emergency situations to full scale law enforcement of martial law when local law enforcement officials can no longer maintain civil control. The National Guard may be called into federal service in response to a call by the President or Congress. When National Guard troops are called to federal service, the President serves as Commander-In-Chief. The federal mission assigned to the National Guard is: To provide properly trained and equipped units for prompt mobilization for war, national emergency or as otherwise needed. " California National Guard MPs, 1950 The Governor of California may call individuals or units of the California National Guard into state service during emergencies or to assist in special situations which lend themselves to use of the National Guard. The state mission assigned to the National Guard is: To provide trained and disciplined forces for domestic emergencies or as otherwise provided by state law. " Units [ edit] California Army National Guard California Air National Guard California State Guard Adjutant General [ edit] Major General David S. Baldwin serves as the 46th Adjutant General of California since he was appointed by California governor Jerry Brown on 16 April 2011.  Adjutant Generals of California [ edit] Theron R. Perlee, April 12 – October 5, 1850 William H. Richardson, October 5, 1850 – May 2, 1852 William Chauncey Kibbe, May 2, 1852 – April 30, 1864 Robert Robinson, January 1, 1864 – May 1, 1864 George S. Evans, May 1, 1864 – May 1, 1868 James M. Allen, May 1, 1868 – Nov. 23, 1870 Thomas N. Cazneau, Nov. 23, 1870 – December 21, 1871 Lucius H. Foote, December 21, 1871 – December 13, 1875 Patrick F. Walsh, December 13, 1875 – January 9, 1880 Samuel W. Backus, January 9, 1880 – July 1, 1882 John F. Sheehan, July 1, 1892 – January 11, 1893 George B. Crosby, January 11, 1883 – November 1, 1887 Richard H. Orton, November 1, 1887 – January 9, 1891 Charles Carroll Allen, January 9, 1891 – May 24, 1895 Andrew W. Bartlett, May 24, 1895 – December 23, 1898 Robert L. Peeler, December 23, 1898 – June 1, 1899 William H. Seamans, June 1, 1899 – January 3, 1902 (died in office) George Stone, January 13, 1902 – February 15, 1904 Joseph B. Lauck, February 15, 1904 – January 7, 1911 Edwin A. Forbes, January 7, 1911 – June 18, 1915 (died in office) Charles W. Thomas Jr., June 19, 1915 – December 15, 1916 James J. Borree, December 16, 1916 – November 30, 1923 Richard E. Mittelstaedt, December 1, 1923 – January 5, 1931 Seth E. P. Howard, January 6, 1931 – June 26, 1935 (died in office) Paul Arndt, June 27 – October 17, 1935 Harry H. Moorehead, October 18, 1935 – January 3, 1939 Patrick J. H. Farrell, January 4, 1939 – June 10, 1940 Richard E. Mittelstaedt, June 10, 1940 – March 3, 1941 Joseph O. Donovan, March 3, 1941 – July 10, 1942 Junnius Pierce, July 14, 1942 – January 13, 1943 Ray W. Hays, January 14, 1943 – November 30, 1944 Victor R. Hansen, December 27, 1944 – April 28, 1946 Curtis D. O'Sullivan, April 29, 1946 – July 15, 1951 Earl M. Jones, July 16, 1951 – December 31, 1960 Roderic L. Hill, January 1, 1961 – January 1, 1967 Glenn C. Ames, March 22, 1967 – June 5, 1975 Frank J. Schober, June 6, 1975 – December 31, 1982 Willard A. Shank, January 3, 1983 – February 13, 1987 Robert C. Thrasher, February 14, 1987 – October 9, 1992 Robert W. Barrow, October 10 – December 31, 1992 Tandy K. Bozeman, January 1, 1993 – April 27, 1999 Paul D. Monroe Jr., April 29, 1999 – March 2004 Thomas Eres, March 2004 – June 6, 2005 John Alexander, June 7 – August 1, 2005 William H. Wade II, September 1, 2005 – February 1, 2010 Mary J. Kight, February 2, 2010 – April 15, 2011 David Baldwin, April 16, 2011 – present Military academy [ edit] The California Army National Guard maintains the California Military Academy at Camp San Luis Obispo for the use and training of members of California and other western state National Guard units, as well as for the use of the California State Guard. Upon completion of Army Basic Training, OCS cadets will train a minimum of one weekend per month over a 16-18 month period before commissioning as a second Lieutenant in the U. S. Army National Guard. See also [ edit] List of California State Militia civil war units List of California State Militia Units 1850–60 California Military Department California during World War II References [ edit] Gretel C. Kovach (18 January 2013. S. D. National Guard Unit Preps For A Final Afghan Deployment. San Diego Union Tribune. Archived from the original on 9 May 2015. Retrieved 19 January 2013. Californias National Guard force, the largest and most frequently deployed nationwide, includes more than 21, 000 troops: 16, 565 soldiers and 4, 572 airmen. ^ Gretel C. California troops have served abroad in the “fight against terrorism” more than 38, 000 times since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, in places such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Kuwait and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. ^ Gretel C. Since 2001, 29 Cal Guard soldiers have been killed in Iraq and two in Afghanistan. Many more were seriously injured. ^ Archived copy. Archived from the original on 2012-11-19. Retrieved 2011-05-30. CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) External links [ edit] Bibliography of California Army National Guard History compiled by the United States Army Center of Military History Office of The Adjutant General California National Guard California Military Museum California National Guard Photograph Collection US Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
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Warehouse Reaper / Blackhawk 50 review, The Gear Page Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next > Warehouse sent me 3 speakers for evaluation. I wanted to give my initial impressions and feedback. The 3 speakers were (2) Reapers which are similar to the Celestion G12H30 and a Blackhawk 50 which is an alnico speaker and similar to the celestion Gold. Prior to auditioning the speakers, I ran the speakers pretty loud using one of the built-in Digitech JamMan presets into my Metro Plexi for 2 hours each. First the Reapers. I installed the pair of 16 ohm speakers in a Connors 2x12 open back pine cab, wired in parallel for an impedance of 8 ohms. I ran them with a Metro Plexi 50 amplifier and a variety of guitars including a K-Line Maple Neck strat with Rocketfire pickups, a Nash rosewood FB Strat with Lollars and a 1980 Tokai Les Paul with original Tokai pickups. Compared to the ET-65 speakers, the Reapers are much brighter. The ET-65 speakers have an attenuated high end which is why the dumble folks like them so much. However, the Reapers have a full bodied frequency responce including the HUGE bottom end (think Jimi's Voodoo Chile) and the top end is crisp and slightly grainy. In other words, a great rock & roll speaker. With the Nash strat and a Howie pedal on the clean channel and a slight boost, the tone was a cross between early SRV and Jimi. Wah action and treble pickup action was much NASTIER (in a good way) than the ET-65 which was slightly muted. With the Tokai Les Paul, the speakers sound fantastic in a classic Les Paul way. I was able to get very sweet Allman or Betts tones au naturale and with a jetter gold on, it was eric johnson style violin type tones. The extra treble afforded by these speakers really kicks @ss! Because of bottom end response these speakers have a nice thump to them. Next the Blackhawk. The 8 ohm blackhawk was installed in my '72 Super Reverb Combo amp. This amp has Mercury Magnetics transformers and 4 & 8 ohm taps. The blackhawk sounds fantastic. Velvety even. Scooped mids like you'd expect on a vox-style speaker. I wished I had an EL84 amp to try it with. Bottom end is strong and high end is great too but not as NASTY as the Reapers. A little sweeter. This speaker sounded incredible with the K-Line strat with the rocketfire pickups. The high end lilt of the guitar melded perfectly with the velvety sweetness in the top end of these pickups. Yet, when I plugged in the Tokai Les Paul, it screamed, particularly with the Jetter Gold on. I'd love to hear a pair of these speakers. Just the one speaker held up pretty well to the (2) Reapers in the other cabinet. Though they sounded great with just about everything I tried, the sweet spot seemed to be clean and semi-clean maple neck strat sounds. Think SRV's Lenny! More thoughts throughout the week along with clips. Clips posted here: edit-12-16-09] Just got a pair of 8 ohm Warehouse Reaper HPs. One is the 75hz, the other the 55hz. I put the 75hz in my '72 Super Reverb 112 amp and it just "kills" in there. Perfect speaker for that amp. It gets just a hint of marshall scream but with a ton of fendery goodness and breaks up smoothly into higher gain overdrive with a fuzz going into a dumble pedal. I'll be putting the 55hz Reaper HP into an open back 112. More clips soon... [edit 1-11-10] demo link: edit 1-24-10] warehouse blackhawk speaker sighting: Last edited: Jan 24, 2010 Thank you for doing this! I was just wondering about the Blackhawk. Did some tele pickin' on this speaker. Seems like it's tailor made for chickin' pickin. Did you have the 30 or 50 watt versions? If they were the 30, is that enough wattage ( 60 watts) to handle the 50 watt plexi, which churns out much more than 50 watts? On the reapers? They are the regular 30 watters. I used to have a 2x12 cab with 25 watt greenbacks that I used with a 50 watt plexi with no problems. I just got the WGS BlackHawk, but the 100W model. Stunning speaker so far! I'll start another thread, but I wanted to hang out in this one as well, to keep in touch with your updates. Thanks Jack. That is an awesome report and very helpful! If you could choose only the the ET-65 or the Reaper 30, which would you choose? Or is that a fair question? Not sure, but it seems you are a bit more God smacked by the ET65's or Reapers versus the Alnico blackhawk? Is that a fair assessment? Another great set of reviews, Jack. Will watch with interest. Cool I look forward to hearing! Tough question. For my tastes I would probably say that the Reapers are my favorites (particularly paired with the marshall style head. And the Blackhawk sounds the best with my '72 SuperReverb 1x12 combo. They would also sound fabulous through any class A amp IMO. The ET-65 sounds the best with my Fuchs (dumble style) So that's how I'd rank them. That happens to be how I rank marshall vs fender vs dumble tones as well... Reapers are fantastic speakers. If you want a driver with that kind of bite and sensitivity, but a significant amount more low end, try the Reaper 55. Works great for solidifying the bass in an open-backed cabinet. I've got a 2x12 with a Reaper 55 and a Blackhawk 100, it's a great sounding cabinet. The Reaper 55Hz definitely gives some great low end to my open vertical 2x12. Running the 75Hz and 55Hz together with my blackstar gives me some serious classic rock tones. My Clapton Strat and old Univox Hi Flyer both sound great through these speakers. FYI i'm not hearing any shortage of bass in the open back cab with the standard reaper with my plexi or fender. Depends what guitar you're a Tele or Strat. Extra bottom is always a good thing with a Tele. I haven't plugged in the tele yet but the strat and les paul had plenty. I'll plug in the tele tonight. I've been looking at the Reaper for the 12" combo cab I built for my Super Champ XD. I play it mostly on the Marshall settings to this might be a good speaker for it. I'm going to try the Emi 50 watt Legend I have first and see how that sounds before dropping anymore coin. pula58 Silver Supporting Member I have the HP (high power, 50W) Reaper. I love it, currently I have it in my Fargen Blackbird combo amp (30W) and it is a great speaker for that amp! Last edited: Nov 25, 2009 I have a Marshall 4x12 loaded with 2 Reapers and 2 Veteran 30s. It's wired so I can choose all four speakers or the two Reapers together or the 2 V-30's. The V-30s are little brighter than the Reapers and together they complement each other well. The Reapers are much warmer but still have some nice crunch when you want it. They would be great in a Fender Deluxe Reverb too. The Veteran 30s are great for classic rock and blues, but you can't go wrong with either speaker. Man, I'm glad to see these threads here. I have been recommending WGS speakers on here for awhile now, they are simply great speakers. I have 2et-65s, 2 vet30s in a 412 and one reaper (2nd one coming soon) for my closed 212. Love 'em. Jack, Is the Reaper 30W speaker that you got a 55hz or otherwise? I am trying to decipher alll the variations of reapers. I think I want to compare on to my Celestion G12H30 70th Anniversary. The Celestion is very good and has a nice big low end, but the high end can be a bit razor sharp. Wondering if a Reaper might tame a little of the high end brittle sound? If so, I think I would opt for the 30W Reaper, and with a 55Hz cone. Is the standard Reaper 30W a 55hz cone? Next >
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