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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by noah330, Dec 1, 2017.
I like yer sparkly maps
Trick photomography - that Supro's so cooroded ya can't read the control panel. Only has one knob, so who keres?
this guitar brings it's own amp........
Supro and C30
Thank you, that's really kind of you to say.
Warmoth Jazzcaster in candy turquoise (transparent turquoise over silver, I think). They routed it tele-P90-P90, and I routed the jaguar rhythm circuit and pickup selector later. Turned the whole dark traditional rhythm circuit into a version of the jaguar 'strangle', so it cuts the bass off instead of the treble (passive bass control borrowed from G&L). 1M pots and the P90 alone, so it's like a small boost compared to any of the other pickup combinations. Ordinary tele 250K-A volume and tone in the normal circuit. The middle pickup is a jaguar instead of a strat to keep with the theme, but I'm happy with how much of the Nashville tele I was able to incorporate. Strat/tele scale rosewood neck w/ no finish. Drinking a lot of Warmoth forums koolaide back when I put it together, but I remain really pleased w/ it, warts and all. Cheers
I take my hat off to you, sir: you really imagined something there
I hope it plays as good as it looks. Every part of everything intrigues me
It's all I've got.
‘56 Gibson ES-175 and a Goodsell Champton Plus. Great pair for my musical pursuit of early electric blues and 50’s rock and roll.
I played my LP Goldtop through my Bassbreaker 15 today in this room.
Well, this will be a bit of a departure from the rest of the thread...Squier Bullet Special (one HB, hardtail, currently my favorite guitar), Zoom B-2 (bought used as a cheap bass preamp, then I discovered I could get good guitar and lap steel tones out of some of its models too), Peavey M-3000 power amp ($40 plus a road trip; a church was updating its sound system), AudioKinesis Birdhaus 48 bass cab (small, easy to carry, front + side speakers allow great sound dispersal for bass, mids and highs included, without a crossover or tweeter; (4) 8" FaitalPRO neo-magnet drivers can slam the bass and are detailed and efficient enough to do guitar and lap steel justice too, without extreme EQ to compensate).
My more normal-looking amps are getting dusty while I evaluate whether this will do it for me all the time. So far, it seems to.
Poasting this from last weekend...
In black and white...
I don't currently have a pic handy because I'm in bed and it's 5 in the morning, but I played a casino gig out in Queens last night and played my LP Standard into my Mustang III. It got a little dark when I rolled back the volume, but when I opened it up it was pretty glorious.
Supro Map of Colorado (or Wyoming) model.
I love the Greg Ginn outside the Fender/Marshall/Vox box aesthetic of your amp. Bravo!
Gibbly's Gear - Vintage Starcaster by MrGibbly posted May 31, 2014 at 6:45 PM
Gibbly's Gear - Silverface Vibrolux Reverb by MrGibbly posted May 31, 2014 at 6:50 PM
Later today...Tele through the Sky King. I haven't had a chance to really fiddle with the amp yet. I got caught up noise-shielding a Telecaster, and now that it's dead quiet, it's time to plaaaaay!
My usual gigging amp is a Standel Artist... but it's one of the older, tubed models.
Yes Sconnie I do love that tele and that amp! But stay tuned for the two new members of my tele household....