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This is embarrassing, but growing up in the “Legs” era and being more interested in punk and new wave at the time I had no idea how great older ZZ...
A friend gave a copy of this masterpiece to my 17 year-old self and 30 something years later it’s still in my regular rotation. D. Boon was a genius.
Thanks for the recommendation. Listening to the Poco album now. Outstanding.
60 Cycle Hum reviewed the 5w and there is no tremolo on it. Great little amp though and no trem is not a deal killer for me, I just wonder about...
I came here to ask the same question because I think I need the 20w version! I’ve been saving up for a 65 Princeton reissue but I like the...
I’m getting itchy for this one. Haven’t tried it myself yet, but it sounds awesome in review videos....
ZZ Top period. Okay if I have to pick one how about Chevrolet.
Mostly middle on my T (Am Pro I pickups) because it sounds so articulate and pure. Mostly neck on my S (Van Zandt blues pickups), but I do use the...
Love my Fender American Pro neck pickup in my Warmoth ash body. Stunning.
I just saw a local add for a HH mustang. Short scale so that would be a good option.
Day on the Green, Oakland, CA. 1981. Kansas, REO Speedwagon, UFO, .38 Special, Gamma.
I was way too young and learned a lot that day.
Hella sounds a lot like D. Boon from the Minutemen which is a huge complement.
I was a tone wood skeptic until I watched/listened to this. I find it quite convincing.
Yes! D. Boon. RIP
I had the same problem. I switched out the power tubes and problem solved.