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My preference goes to a Rosewood board on a V (not too soft ;)) shaped neck.
Note, when looking beyond the obvious brands, not all PCB tube amps have 'cheap plastic input jacks soldered into cheaply-built time consuming...
From the Fryette site;
"For the record, all FRYETTE amplifiers are primarily hand built PCB assemblies. All components such as resistors,...
Happy, everytime I switch on that M-box! :D
It does not, tried 'modelling' that vibrato before, came reasonably close but I did not get fully there.
And besides being somewhat 'unique', it...
'Side bar' not on the 'home' page, but still there on the 'other' (forums) page for me.
Wanna know what my 'Memphis' said about that! :twisted::D
People use the tremolo on a Magnatone!?!? o_O:D;)
For the cabinets?
That's a very nice set up. :cool:
My first choice was also the 'stereo', but it's weight (for taking it to gigs) made me decide to go for the 'mono'.
Here's some info from an earlier thread;
Well, they are quite expensive.
I have a Twilighter 1X12 (mono) 22W
Here's a 'full vibrato' soundfile
And a vid ;)
I hear you, still I also read a lot of threads here and on StratTalk about finish cracks (on thight neck pockets ;)), chipping, uneven and or...
No, just an indicator of sloppy finished product, which does tell me something about how a company approaches their product building process.
That's great, well done. :cool:
They don't go cheap around here, you'd be very lucky to find one around 1.5k, they tend to be listed for +2k!!
@Electric Warrior very nice, congrats!
'Reborn Old', I believe only produced (under this name) for 6 months or so, pretty rare! :cool:
Which reminds me that I have yet to introduce my 'New Tokai' here! :D;)
It's okay. :D;)
Well, about your question, tricky one !
Maybe a stupid question, are you sure it's an ES (not LS)?
I've been close to the real thing using modelers. Still to my ears, in real life and next to each other, I find there's always something short...