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An Oddly Bearded Rob Scallon Takes One-String Guitar to the Next Level With a Two-String Bass

After being informed by the COO of Super Metal Records (played by The Good Stuff host Craig Benzine) that he needed to take things to the level, musician Rob Scallon immediately flew in the face of one-string guitar songs and pounded out a tasty lick on a two-string bass while wearing a weird hat and […]
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