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  1. I think Warmoth bodies are just as good if not better in some cases. Check out Jon Poulin's (Littleredguitars2) instagram. He's always building strats and pretty much always uses Warmoth bodies. I still have my original Fender Tom DeLonge signature model I bought back in 2001. It's graffiti yellow and mint condition. I want a surf green one, but I'm not paying $1500 plus for one that's probably all beat up and shitty so i'm gonna end up doing a Warmoth build. I will end up paying for the same neck Tom uses though, and that's really expensive. Do it once, do it right is my approach. Depending on your budget and what exactly you want in the guitar, Warmoth is a fantastic option. You can get hardtail bodies too, if you're like me and don't want a tremolo.
  2. Their bodies are nice and built to Fender spec. Pricing isn't terrible. If you don't opt for getting the same exact neck Tom uses, you can build a TD strat for around $1000.
  3. You can definitely hear the influence on CC. I think Tom does it better though.
  4. Big Choice is definitely my favorite Face To Face record. I love that album.
  5. I still have my Cinema Beer Goggles VHS!
  6. FYI, the site owner Nick Riemondi, had a pop punk band back in the late 90s/early 2000s called Cereal Box Killers. You can still get their two albums here: https://archive.org/details/free_friend https://archive.org/details/teenage_heartthrob_band
  7. October 27, 1995 at the Engine Room in Fort Worth, Texas.
  8. https://web.archive.org/web/20001110143000/http://www.windu.com/blink182/ I used to go on this site back in the late 90s/early 2000s all the time. Our own Daveyjones is thanked on the lyrics page for submitting the lyrics to Zulu.
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