It’s 100% true, and that’s what makes it so powerful/dangerous as a justification when buying stuff. So actually not hollow, I guess…
I don’t even attempt to justify purchasing gear anymore.
It’s more about what to buy than if …
Getting into another expensive hobby lately - woodworking. So now I built a table. Synths can go on it. Now I built some shelves. Hmm, I think some gear would look nice there. Now I can build little angled gear stands. Yep, need something to go there - DT and DN. Would be a shame to waste all that nice furniture.
I have a wall socket that needs a plug in it.
“I’m getting it at a bargain price so definitely wont lose a penny if I don’t like it and sell it”…
This EQ has different mojo from that EQ I already own.
This EQ is more British and vintage than the other EQ
It was either synths or become a drug lord, get involved with the wrong mob, start a gang war and end up provoking WW3. Save world peace, buy another synth…
At least that’s what I tell nosy people who ask about my spending habits.
let this be the last piece of synthesiser/guitar/fx box that I will buy
tax return money…
This combines two devices in one so that’s why I’m upgrading
family, house payments [of which i dont have]…no job [which i…have? or not…double negative…3 years without a job. FUCK]
Trent Reznor has an entire warehouse full of synths
Probably only uses three and is a collector like Junkie XL
i used that synth on the last release. need something for the next one…
I heard James Welsh (aka Kamera) saying that if he got one track out of a piece of gear it was worth it.
that sounds like me buying volcas.
I will buy this and sell the rest of my collection
after buying second hand Yamaha RM1x, i decided to grab more grooveboxes of that era, available on a local market.
because there are a couple of unoccupied channels in my mixer, and because i could not afford it some 20 years ago.
I bought a PS4 to play Bloodborne and Dark Souls 3