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About youngofthesoonest

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    The Soonest || There's Talk || Self Edge SF
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    San Francisco
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    slanging pants, making music
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  1. youngofthesoonest

    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    I’m a 7 3/8 and I’m a small in this hat. It felt a tiny bit tight but then stretched out nicely. The fabric and leather has some give. The medium might work for you...
  2. youngofthesoonest

    Warehouse

    Yeah I’ve definitely noticed with a lot of modern blanket lined jackets. I’ve tried some here and there that have been seriously warm but for the most part, it doesn’t do much and the cognitive dissonance of thinking i should be warm but then not feeling warm makes it feel even draftier.
  3. youngofthesoonest

    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    I’m a big fan of the poten hats. I really like the leather. It feels nice esp when it’s broken in. The latest black Birdseye fabric has been really nice, it feels like cotton/wool but breaths better imo
  4. youngofthesoonest

    Warehouse

    Oh that’s an interesting blend for the lining. @Broark what’s the lining feel like?
  5. youngofthesoonest

    WAYWT 2021 [denim edition]

    Poten cap 3s type I and hoodie roy all duck vans
  6. youngofthesoonest

    Stevenson Overall Company

    nice! I'm still wearing mine regularly too. There has only been one version of the 220 and the same fabric which is the same as the 210. Different wear and wash habits make a big difference!
  7. youngofthesoonest

    Nice Things

    I've been eyeing a Gibson es-335 '59 reissue for a bit but never could get myself to spend the $$. I recently met a collector through a friend who was willing to sell a portion of his collection to friends (and trusted friends of friends) and he gave me a hell of a deal on a Nashville custom shop historic '59 reissue. I took the funds I had been slowly setting aside for a watch and bought it. It plays like a dream.
  8. youngofthesoonest

    Superdenim Specific Music Meta Thread...

    Thanks for listening! Glad you mentioned fever ray and the knife. Those were def references for us when describing to each other the sounds we were trying to get.
  9. youngofthesoonest

    Nice Things

    @mondo damn that’s a beautiful guitar. A vintage ‘72 thinline is still on my list of guitars that i want one day. I had a reissue but the reissue picks up were disappointing and fender was very into the high gloss on their reissues that made them look and feel like plastic so i swapped it for something else.....i believe i got an epiphone reviera for it that i still have now. That pedal sounds amazing. I hadn’t heard of it so i looked it up....They go for a lot these days haha i don’t think i will be getting a new one nor a vintage one anytime soon. I just had an opportunity to get a Gibson 59 Nashville custom shop es-335 for a great price so i jumped on it and now i am on a guitar and gear hiatus until my finances recover.
  10. youngofthesoonest

    Nice Things

    Yeah do it! This is my alternative to the “shimmer” effect from the strymon blue sky. Less reverb washiness and more glitchy without being insane.
  11. youngofthesoonest

    Nice Things

    My wife and i decided to move down to Southern California to be closer to family. we’ve been staying with her brother and his wife for the last months while we house hunt so i only really brought the essentials. i brought the things i needed to do some recording, 1 guitar and the pedalboard loaded with my more commonly used effects. As much as we have enjoyed being with family, it’s strange living in a house surrounded by other people’s things. The guitar is a Japanese fender jazzmaster from 1990. It’s been my main guitar for live shows for the last 10 years and i record with it a lot too. Cosmetically it’s a little beat up from shows but holding up well. I had a friend make me a strap with padding for my old injured shoulder and cut to the exact length i want so there’s no overhang at the end. My pedalboard has grown over the last 15 years and now it’s filled with effects that i use to make the guitar sound like other things. A lot of standard stuff mixed in with some weirder ones. I took some close ups of my favorite effects.
  12. youngofthesoonest

    Nice Things

    we need more photos of that telecaster
  13. youngofthesoonest

    WAYWT 2020 (Denim Edition)

    We took some family photos and realized that my son and dog look tougher than i ever could pretend to be...this is also the most denim’d out we’ve ever been as a family. me: Stevenson chore coat merz tshirt roy all duck vans wife: 3sixteen+ caustic wave jacket human made tshirt prps jeans dog: carhartt vest baby: hand-me-down overalls
  14. youngofthesoonest

    Stevenson Overall Company

    I am thinking of getting the gray or black one too....
  15. youngofthesoonest

    Stevenson Overall Company

    Both. It has enough weight and structure that it wears well as a sweater (i wear a tshirt underneath it) but I’ve been wearing my smaller one as a base layer underneath a shirt.
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