The Engager Boost | Effects Pedals | Fender
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The Engager Boost | Effects Pedals | Fender

[MUSIC] Hey, I’m Gina from Baroness.>>And I’m Chase from Fender.>>Today we’re checking out the Engager Boost. [MUSIC]>>The Engager Boost is our clean boost pedal with up to 20 dB of clean boost here on the volume, with a 3-Band EQ, with a switchable 2.0 mid-range frequency toggle. The Engager is housed in anodized aluminum and has the backlit LED knobs,…

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Broken lift at Kings Cross leaves me trapped…
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Broken lift at Kings Cross leaves me trapped…

Traveling on the Underground can be a trial for everybody at the best of times, but it’s even more difficult when you’re in a wheelchair. I went down to London yesterday, and I already had some hassle. Please will you remove your luggage from the wheelchair space! London Underground only made things worse. I was traveling from Westminster back to…

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Weight Lifting Post Appendectomy
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Weight Lifting Post Appendectomy

Last January 9 2015, I underwent appendectomy. It is only now after 8 weeks that I was able to go back to the gym. Give me 5 minutes and I’ll show you why. The appendectomy incision is small and the operation time was only under an hour. But my post-op period was not easy because I underwent anesthesia and sedation.…

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Narrated D&D Story: How The Gray Necromancer Cemented His Legacy Raising The Mountain Of The Dead
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Narrated D&D Story: How The Gray Necromancer Cemented His Legacy Raising The Mountain Of The Dead

[Channel Teaser] How The Gray Necromancer Cemented His Legacy Raising The Mountain Of The Dead This is the stunning conclusion of Astoshan’s story. When we last left Astoshan, he had finally found who he had been searching for all these years. I saw them. The hair. The furs. The great weapons. The slaughter. Their slaughter. I dragged their shaman from…

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RAISE Webinar – Family Support in Post Secondary Education
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RAISE Webinar – Family Support in Post Secondary Education

– Hello, everybody. Sorry about the technical difficulties. My name is Sara Sembiante. I do work for the Institute for Educational Leadership, which is out of Washington, D.C.. Specifically, I work for one of the federally funded through RSA technical assistance centers that work with voc rehab offices. The technical assistance center that I work for is the Y-TAC, which…

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