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My favorite part is the Standby switch.
3.) Tweed Deluxe
4.) Deluxe Reverb
5.) Super Reverb
7.) Princeton Reverb
+1. Why not look at something like a Z Vex SHO, or a Xotic RC booster?
FWIW, this friend may want to learn right handed. If they play lefty, there is going to be an uphill battle of not being able to try out new...
I don't mind new stuff or digital or whatever, BUT Fender already has a Tone Master, a Deluxe Reverb, and a Twin Reverb. If it is good, let it...
Thanks everybody for the responses. This has inspired me to dust off a part of my bookshelf that I haven't visited in a while. It's funny, I...
I would suggest starting with learning songs and then start fleshing that out with theory/technique. Start with the Merle Haggard/ Buck Owens...
UA Arrow would be awesome if you don't need 8 inputs.
Hilton all the way. I don't always use a volume pedal, but when I do, I prefer Hilton.
Haven't had a chance to play one, but I've been interested as well. If you end up picking it up let us know your thoughts!
I have a larger than I'd like to admit collection of tubescreamers and variants. 99% of the time I stick with my TS-10. Even on my pedalboard all...
I love Lenny Breau... just not sure how this turned into a Lenny Breau thread.
Lot's of Breau-esque resources on the Ted Greene site FWIW.
With a 5e3 you have a ton of gain on tap, all you should need to do is roll the volume up and down to add or remove overdrive.
I vote for the EQD Dispatch Master.