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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by noah330, Dec 1, 2017.
nah, this is teh really explicit Dateline NBC stuff:
Different day - here's what I have on tap
That's a really sweet fiddle! Always wanted one of those!
Pairing down teh petals is always such a great thing. Liberating!
Early morning woodshed time.
Last week it was the SG...This week its the Tele... Next week it will be the LP probably..
I use both amps all the time at home.
I bring up a guitar for a minimum of three days, more often a week, because each of them sound and play so differently from the others that I need to adjust my brain as much as the settings. This is what I'm playing now. The pedal is a Keeley 4 knob compressor. The Annie is so different from my Tele, Strat, and SG that I sometimes need more than a day judst to hear it right.
is is what I have out now.
I don't have picture of the two together but as of late its this guitar:
And this is the amp:
Magantone Twilighter Stereo
I plugged my guitar in all my maps and didn't get nutten, so I sub this!
It was so refreshing to turn on the amp and not hear everything drenched in hiss from having 20 pedals on the board! I'm going to try to be good and stick to this board for a while...
That looks like the new ES340! How is it?
I hear you. I have a ton of petals but I only have a few on my board. Basically just a tuner, overdrive klon, tremolo and delay (as well as an old one called the Slow Gear).
I love different boxes and will swap them in and out but I keep it pretty clean.
I put the Univibe on here for a couple weeks, but I took it off because I didn't really use it.
(Not mine, by the way. Just searched for "map guitar.")
I'm so glad someone else is finally giving you a hard time with this.
It's awesome. Everything I want out of an ES-Semi along with not having the stuff I don't want, haha. Boxy, but good on sustain from fat to crunchy. The 340, and that '65 Princeton were formerly owned for decades by two separate heavy players Cal Jackson (Memphis) & Rick Wright (Nasvhille), road very hard, the crazy part is both guys passed away in car accidents not long ago. Not sure if that's bad or good juju, but the combo of the two is wonderful!
And just for you....
I'll just set fire to all my stuff now...
Well, maybe not that map. I've had it a long time. It's a vintage map.
Sounds like a winner - but maybe be a little careful behind the wheel for a while, just to be on the safe side.
I always figured if I had a small wall worth of old Marshall heads/cabs at least one night I'd have to break out some whiskey...and jump them all together ala late 60's/70's, worry about the hangover and ear ringing the next day!
Every time I see that JM I drool, that color is HOT, love matching headstocks on'em too.
... More than one night with such a wall of amps.
NAD for me....ears ringing
Love the clean, punchy tones on this amp, and how it works so well as a solid foundation for my pedals.