Guitars for Vets Tunes Up for Rock the Rumble Event

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November 4th, 2013 by

Guitars4Vets

Guitars for Vets and the Harley-Davidson Museum are hosting a special benefit concert Sunday November 9th at the museum from 6pm - 11pm to help raise money to provide free guitars and music lessons for ailing and injured military veterans.

The Rock the Rumble III concert will feature the acts Hessler, The Last Vegas and God's Outlaw and will feature an on-site auction and more. Tickets are $ 20 for general admission or $ 18 for members of the museum, and donating a guitar to the program will get you a $ 10 voucher good towards the purchase of a ticket.

RocktheRumbleIII

WHO: Guitars for Vets and Harley-Davidson Museum
WHAT: Rock the Rumble III benefit concert for Guitars for Vets featuring musical acts Hessler, The Last Vegas, and God's Outlaw
WHEN: Saturday, November 9 from 6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
WHERE: Rumble at the Harley-Davidson Museum
400 W. Canal Street
Milwaukee, WI 53201

TICKET PRICE: $ 20 general admission, $ 18 for Harley-Davidson Museum Members

For more information visit here.

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15 Responses to “Guitars for Vets Tunes Up for Rock the Rumble Event”

  1. Brian Boatright

    it isn’t a matter of fit. the glove material is likely stronger than your skin and will not “tear”. Especially if it is made of a high strength fiber and not leather or cotton, it will likely spin around and crush your hand or finger instead of ripping a hole. Also any stray material hanging from your glove is not something you may see and it could easily be captured by a spinning blade and take the rest of the glove and your hand with it.

  2. John Xiong

    Thats how fast i work normally! Nah i wish. Good video dude!

  3. hffcom

    I guess I should not be teaching shop class

  4. kentonohio

    Never ever operate a power tool ,ie. table saw, jointer or belt sander with gloves on, it can suck your hand into the power tool. We learned this in high school shop class many years ago.

  5. Mel Morris

    No it isn’t. Take off the gloves, not your fingers!

    Please be safe.

  6. MikeAdorff

    Thanks a lot for this fine video!

  7. hffcom

    The blade guards that come with modern chop saws are effective at minimizing that risk, and older model chop saws are very dangerous, in my opinion. body position is important if you cut cross handed – and i would not recommend the practice for the novice machine operator. I really don’t have much choice given the tight layout of my shop. I would swing the long boards around more if I had the room without the center posts.

  8. WoodNooze

    Most dangerous thing to do with a mitre-saw is work ‘cross-handed’. Use your head and figure out how to cut both ends safely, before you lose a fore am. Believe me, it can happen.

  9. manuel s

    nice work, saludos desde M?xico

  10. hffcom

    were the work gloves produced from animal hide or canvas? mine are tight fitting and produced from spandex and latex coating. I get better grip – isn’t that a safety “plus”?

  11. TheWnybear

    I have personally seen fingers cut off on 3 separate table saws because each person was wearing gloves. If you want to continue giving your friends high fives and not high fours or threes, do the smart thing and ditch the gloves!!!!

  12. hffcom

    I use 1/4″ Baltic Birch plywood. its good stuff, stronger and flatter than normal plywood, but it does require more sanding for finish work. it also fits well with the 1/4″ slot cutters that come with door frame router bits whereas normal 1/4″ ply is too undersized. still paying interest on the grizzly tools – envy not necessary.

  13. Papagigo
    12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
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    Bench dog, September 22, 2011
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    Does exactly the job,Bench Dog Cones lift your project up with minimal surface contact, giving you clearance,keeping it stable until the job is finished.

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  14. Mikkel
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    A must for painting., February 23, 2012
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    Mikkel (South Milwaukee, Wisconsin) –

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    These cones are great for painting/staining projects on your workbench. They protect the workbench surface without marring the work. The fit over the bench cookie to give you none-slip support for your project, while at the same time keeping paint/stain off the cookie gripping surface.

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