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πŸ’œ WE LOVE YOU GUYS! DECEMBER UNBOXING Pt. 2

πŸ’œ WE LOVE YOU GUYS! DECEMBER UNBOXING Pt. 2



πŸ’œ WE LOVE YOU GUYS! DECEMBER UNBOXING Pt. 2

Welcome to Rob Squad Reactions This is a music reaction channel. My passion is being a content creator, and providing my audience with unique, funny, and never before seen reaction videos. I have come to grow a love for all types of music from my beloved rap to heavy metal and I want to share that love with all of you. Being a content creator is my passion and it brings me so much joy and being able to share my passion and joy with all of you and grow as a community is an amazing feeling. In addition to reacting to all different types of music, I am also a a husband to my amazing wife Amber and a dad to 3 amazing kids Bria, Kiya and Luca.We here to try and make a change in this world starting with something that brings us all together MUSIC!!

You are LOVED, you are APPRECIATED, you are BLESSED!!!

Love Jay & Amber
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50 Responses

  1. Meg Giles says:

    Loverboy had 2 hits in the 80s: 1. Turn Me Loose. 2. Working for the Weekend.

  2. Yo'all got your posters framed! your studio is looking goos guys!

  3. Nestea says:

    The difference between a violin and a fiddle? A violin has strings. A Fiddle has strangs.

  4. Ray M says:

    Food for thought for next year: Pre-slice the tape on the boxes and highlight the senders' name on the box before going on the air.

  5. Brian Pakula says:

    Saw Jeff Healey back in the 90s and loved it

  6. Brian Pakula says:

    Loved watching Walter Payton when I was a kid in the 80s. Lol

  7. My daughter loved the book β€˜Bunicula

  8. Y'all definitely need to listen to Celtic Woman!

  9. I'd love to see you guys react to, Kenny Chesney – Don't Blink

  10. Peggy Eggers says:

    I enjoyed watching opening your gifts. i mean just darling. Felt like I was right there with you. I think offering a charity for us to bless you with is a wonderful idea, i will be onboard. God bless

  11. I love Lover boy! They are Awesome!

  12. Those neat plastic covers taken off the records were a thing we bought to protect our record sleeves/covers. If you still have them please put them back on?
    If no-one is playing the instruments yet, you can protect them better by putting them back and keeping them in their custom cardboard boxes. Your saxaphone should have a mouth-piece cover on it, it has a replaceable bamboo "reed" on the tip which needs protecting. Splits cause bad sounds, once used and therefore well wetted (with the player's spit). You need to stop it going mouldy. All saxaphones, there are a few models, are set in the key of B flat.
    Stringed instruments need to be tuned, before playing. Instruments tuned to concert pitch can put extra strain on the strings, so loosen off a bit when not using them. The violin bow has a knob on the thicker end to tighten the horsehair, then it needs to be "rosined," to help it drag, to make sound. Loosen bow to store. Any instrument with metal strings will cut your fingers unless you thicken the skin by constantly tapping them. Nylon strings are easier on your fingers, but put out less sound. Your electric guitar will need an amplifier to hear much out of it at all. Much better to learn on. Guitars more often use chords, each fret has 6 notes on it (4 on a bass) the player has to learn which notes are where and pressing down which combinations will form which chords. You can download chord charts and sheet music. Pianos have bass in the keys to the left and higher notes to the right. The notes are easier to find and chords can be played, but also single note at a time melodies are more usual with the right hand. A mathematical brain is better for learning to play instruments, while a wordsmith is better at lyrics. A trained ear can pick what a note is, and can read written music and sing the notes as written. None of it works well without percussion, though drums don't usually add the harmony.
    Traditional violin strings are cat-gut. Whatever you do, never take all the strings off at once, the long skinny wooden "neck" can twist without the tension, damaging your instrument. The bridge which holds the strings up, is not glued down, if moved it will need to be repositioned properly, by someone who knows how.
    Oh by the way INXS is said like "in excess."

  13. HubrisNaut says:

    ok, this is a joy. I could watch something else but I love this. My heart goes out. best wishes to you all

  14. Rebecca Wyse says:

    James Taylor Carol King special Sunday night on cnn I πŸ€” think.

  15. colibri1 says:

    That violin made me realize that y'all haven't reacted to Soul II Soul's "Back to Life" from 1989. There's some cool violin playing in that. A lot of seventies disco has violins in it, too. Try MFSB's "The Sound of Philadelphia" from 1974.

  16. colibri1 says:

    Loverboy was really popular in the US in the early eighties. They sounded a lot like Foreigner, a big rock group of the late seventies and early eighties.

  17. Baker Carl says:

    Okay, you guys got to start a band!!! The Rob Squad.

  18. All of these gifts you received shows just how much people appreciate & love you all. You deserve every bit of it. You bring joy to your subscribers constantly and we know it's from your hearts.

  19. Rod Nixon says:

    Man Jay, you looked like Keenan Allen before you put on the football helmet, but with it on you could be his twin.

  20. melisa 143 says:

    You didn't get my box yet… I'll keep looking hope it's not lost

  21. Jordan better find all the plastic wrappers that he threw on the floor and put them back where he found them. Like the snow globe wrapper(had a piece of paper in it) & the violin bow wrapper. I'm one person that keeps all the packing material until it doesn't need up be used with that item/s anymore.

  22. Deb Private says:

    I'm pretty sure the violin bow had a cover on it you need to remove and that's why it wasn't working.

  23. lisann229 says:

    Dwight Yoakam sings the Bakersfield sound of country music. It is based out of Bakersfield California. He got his inspiration from Buck Owens and the Buckaroos.

  24. A fellow Rocker fan!! Love my HBK

  25. Love watching people open gifts!! That’s some really nice AND thoughtful stuff right there!! πŸ˜ƒπŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ‘

  26. WOW, With such Wonderful gifts I don't know how y'all are going to decide what's going to be on your new redecorated wall! I can't wait to see the final Music Excellence you all decide to display! πŸ€—πŸ˜Š

  27. Craig Parker says:

    Loverboy has some great songs.

  28. Brian Newell says:

    There's no people like music people.

  29. bigoz1977 says:

    Hey Jay and Amber you can those funko pops made of yourselves. I think they do them in California. I seen another YouTuber Jamal-AKA Jamel got one for Xmas

  30. P.J. Morris says:

    I would love to send Y'all something let me know how to get it to you please

  31. P.J. Morris says:

    I love Canada i have hats, Canada flag tat, Canadian flag blankets, my deceased baby's Daddy lives in Canada. i am planning to move to Canada in the spring. i miss my love so much. Great video guys. Love from Memphis Tn. btw i am a die hard Montreal Canadiens fan. GOOOO Habs… Brad K. is my driver now since Tony retired. Tony Stewart is my most fav. driver of all time. i play the fiddle self taught 20 yrs. ago.

  32. greytala says:

    Y'all should come visit North Pole, Alaska. I would love to introduce your kids to Santa.

  33. joe M says:

    A 6 minute documentary on the making of Unforgettable by Godsmack is a must watch.

  34. Cory says:

    first time i have seen any you tube people turn away all the free stuff these ridiculous viewers give away. i like your videos, here, take my money. neighbor needs help, omg no way, what a bum. lol, people nowadays are so lost and ignorant. props to you guys, great job on all fronts. keep it up

  35. big106razor says:

    My favorite was the Harlem Globetrotters POP!

  36. The basketball team is pronounced Sellticks but when you are talking about music, most people say kelltick

  37. dThank you for all the entertainment. Briliant. Much love for 2022 from us here in rural Ireland!🎧🎢🎡 Oh…forgot…try Shirley Bassey…oldie and goldie—singer Of Bond's Goldfinger, but try "I who have nothing' Comes from Wales.🎧

  38. FaithNYou says:

    Y'all live in Oklahoma, and you've never heard of Trans-Siberian Orchestra??? They play in concert in OKC every Christmas season! We live in Edmond. You should really check them out! "It's not making the right sound because you don't know what you're doing …" HAHAHA! You guys are too cute!

  39. Mitch Miller was President of Columbia Records during the 1950s and 1960s. He also led his own Pop singing group. His Christmas songs were very popular during the 1950s and 1960s. He also hosted his own music program on television, entitled "Sing Along With Mitch", which aired on NBC from 1961 to 1964. When his group would sing songs, lyrics would be shown on the screen, along with a "bouncing ball", to let viewers know which word was being sung.

    Mitch Miller was under pressure during the TV show's run, from Southern whites that were boycotting the show, because he refused to fire cast member Leslie Uggams, who was black. Uggams was a cast member for the show's entire run.

    Leslie Uggams note: According to the Internet Movie Database, Leslie Uggams is very busy right now, working on three films, and a TV episode at this time. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  40. Got a song suggestion I'm pretty sure I haven't seen It in your reactions– it's Most people are good by Luke Bryan. It's such an amazing song with an amazing message and I really think you both will love it.

  41. I can't wait for your movie reactions

  42. Jimmie Rodgers (not to be confused with the Pop/Rock singer of the same name from the 1950s) was the first successful Country Music star. He recorded for RCA Victor Records in the 1920s and early-1930s. He was known as "The Mississippi Brakeman" and "The Singing Brakeman", because he used to be a railroad worker. Rodgers recorded numerous hit Country and Blues songs. Sadly, his life was cut short by tuberculosis in 1933, at the age of 35.

    Note: Jimmie Rodgers recorded a song with Louis Armstrong on trumpet, entitled "California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4)".

    In 1930, Jimmie Rodgers made a musical "short-subject" film with Columbia Pictures in 1930. It was his only appearance on film. Both of you might want to react to it. In the short film, Rodgers sings and plays an acoustic guitar. Here is a link to the Jimmie Rodgers film: https://youtu.be/JvA9fWnEXw0

  43. Mike Jones says:

    The team is the Boston Celtics. The Irish woman group is pronounced β€œKeltic” women.

  44. GOD BLESS YOU!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

  45. Mario Andretti raced on the IndyCar Circuit, and won the Indianapolis 500 in 1969.

  46. So many interesting things this time. I'd love to see you react to some Celtic Thunder and Celtic Woman videos (and yeah, as Patrick said, it's a 'K' sound unless it's the sports team), but I have the sneaking suspicion that unless it's the individual guys or gals, it stands a high chance of getting blocked. Not positive, and worth a try, but still…

    That said, Chloe Agnew of Celtic Woman is really good, and she's sung quite a few duets with Emmet Cahill of Celtic Thunder. Emmet Cahill is an excellent solo artist as well as adding to the group's dynamic, and I strongly suggest "The Book of Love" which is a cover of The Magnetic Fields, though he doesn't really have a bad song. Damian McGinty of Celtic Thunder (and Glee if that was ever your jam) is fabulous both with the group and as a solo artist and I think you'd enjoy "Saltwater" and "Those Were The Days". Keith Harkin (formerly of Celtic Thunder) is a wonderful solo artist and I'd love for you to check out "Don't Forget About Me" and "Rosa".

    If you do decide to try Celtic Thunder (I really haven't checked into Celtic Woman other than "At the Ceili"), you might like "My Boy", "The Old Man", "Heartbreaker", "Voices", "Noreen", "The Raggle Taggle Gypsies", "Katie", "Edge of the Moon", "Toora Loora Lay", "Finnegan's Wake"…. They do a lot of covers, including "The Old Man", "My Boy" and quite a few arrangements of traditional tunes. If you want humor, check out any of their videos of "Seven Drunken Nights", as they are all different, and all hilarious. The girls might enjoy "A Place in the Choir". Just a very good all around band. πŸ™‚ Their Christmas songs are exquisite, but the season is past now.

    Anyway, just wanted to chime in as Celtic Thunder is one of very few things I know stuff about πŸ˜‰ Take care! (edited to add that the other guys are great and have awesome solo songs too, but I could go on and on for ages, and it's late and I should tuck my cat and myself into bed πŸ˜‰ )

  47. You guys must have done something wrong to be sent a book on the histort of country and western,as that music sucks sooo bad

  48. A mandolin is different chord shapes than a guitar. I had one but could never get my brain and fingers to remember ( The sound is so amazing though. It is the same as a bass guitar or a violin chord shapes. You had some bluegrass music a few days back a mandolin and banjo are definitely in them.

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