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Old 14th November 2001, 05:30 PM   #1
dmorison is offline dmorison
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Hi All,
Just wanted to introduce myself before I start wading in on the forums.
I'm David, I'm 25, live in Aberdeen, Scotland, I'm doing a PhD in Biology.
Audio stuff - I'm interested in pro and domestic audio, and am a part time musician (violin, drums and electric bass).
Pro stuff - I work part time for a friend who runs a PA rig here in Aberdeen, which is great fun - managing to make real live music sound as good as possible beats sitting in the livingroom listening to CD's any day!
Domestic - I'd like to invest in a decent separates system, though I don't have the budget at the moment. Of course, that's where the DIY comes in....
Anyway, good to meet you all, and thanks for all I've learnt already, just lurking.
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Old 15th November 2001, 12:53 AM   #2
GRollins is offline GRollins  United States
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Once upon a generation, some of my ancestors came from Scotland, from which I acquired a genetic predisposition for the taste of single malts. You don't know how I wish that there was such a thing as Oddbins over here.


P.S.: Not to mention the occasional beer. Pale ales are nice, but I'll generally go for a stout when I can get a good one.
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Old 28th January 2002, 12:45 AM   #3
dice45 is offline dice45  Germany
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Helo David,

nice to meet you!

Hello Grey,

which single malt do you prefer?

my preferences are Maccallan (18 y and older), Lagavulin (16 y) and Springbanks (20 y and older) . I am not that much into the more phenolic ones
but some peat taste is welcome

The Lagavulin is w/o competition over here, they sell it for 35 Euro a bottle.
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Old 28th January 2002, 11:11 AM   #4
Helix is offline Helix  United Kingdom
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david, if u search around enough you can find limited edition 'cask strength' Maccallan (100 proof i think), very good for a night cap! (not good for building amp power supplies though).
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