Had one and sold it after a few months. It’s a very good product, but I found limitations.
1) I prefer analog modulation for the sound quality
2) although very well designed and simple, it’s still fiddly
3) although you have many effects, you only have 5 at a time. Sure you can have like...
They've been packing arenas and stadiums for over 40 years and we're discussing them today. Doin something right I'd say.
IMHO, a great band. Go see them live and you might agree. Are they perfect? lol, no. Is any band? Well, maybe led zeppelin was, but that's just not fair.
I tried this and it made a difference... the bridge squeal went away completely and the neck reduced and changed pitch... phoned my tech, and he recommended just removing the covers.. I suppose this is a more preventative approach than trying to dampen the covers? I do like the way they...
just an update - procrastinating my work day (from home) and plugged in again. I realized that with the gain high, I can roll back the volume without losing much, except the squealing. So, the acid test will be when my BE-OD deluxe finally arrives. If I can get away with volume at 6 or 7...
Just pulled the trigger on ordering the 57 and 57+. I was thinking about non plus in bridge, but it doesn't seem too hot, and why not go for a little extra :). Mine will go to 11
Thanks guys, I've had a few people recommend these, so seems like a prudent choice.
I’m not a member of any Les Paul forum, and so hoping for some advice from my tele brethren.
On impulse grabbed a great deal on an used tribute Gibson LP. I knew pretty quick that the 490 pickups would come out, just seems a little spikey and harsh to me.
After research, I...
Nothing sounds quite like a strat except a strat. The neck pickup is an iconic tone.
That said, the neck on my tele gets me close enough for what I need, with more versatility. I sold my strat and got a Les Paul, but I digress.
If you really want strat tone, get a strat.
Had a cpr. Nice little amp, but seems to need mods. I’m not a mod guy, but even I did the bass pot resister jumper and tried a few speakers. way too bassy/muddy stock. Sounds good but gets old quick.
Once I got my deluxe (65 drri) I was a lot happier. A 12 inch speaker sounds bigger and...
Both my guitars are equipped with kk mini pickups. I’ve discovered the redeye DI which is a great match.
it has an effects loop, and so I would like to have some features
Even a looper might be useful
thinking there’s gotta be a good all in one. Thing is, I...
Nice. I might "end up" with an OM one of these days. I also really like the OOO28 EC or regular. and the 18s can be amazing too. As mentioned above, it's all about just finding "the one." Aren't they just sooo comfortable? Of course, everyone should have a dread as well.
Yeah to answer the op, if I was set on a tonemaster, it would probably be the twin. Weight and volume aren't concerns, so why limit oneself?
That said, I was trying to like an used trri that was a good deal, (actually there were two) and the ended up paying a fair bit more for a new drri...