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.022 for Gibsons and .047 for Fenders.
Had a black one. Stupidly I sold it. Looking back on it, probly the best sounding and playing Tele I've owned.
The simplicity, the ease of getting a good sound with just a volume and tone knob. The growl, the bark and the bite of the bridge pickup. The...
Sure, why not, what could it hurt? I can't even adjust a trrussrod, so if I can do it anyone can. Conductive shielding paint underneath is probly...
Hmm, interesting, hasn't been my experience though.
Wow! Too bad he didn't want to use his gift.:cry:
Wow! The choir drifted a half step off?:eek:
Those are all great choices. To scratch the Marshall itch, how's about 20 watt Marshall Sliver Jubilee combo reissue.
^^^Ditto. Here's another good version.[MEDIA]
From jazz (Mike Stern) to punk (Joe Strummer) and all points in between.
Play it like you stole it!
Yeah, caps are cheap, just replace it.
The Marshall DSL-1 CR and Marshall DSL-5 CR are both good sounding 2 channel amps with the typical modern Marshall sound. They have a 3/8"...
Kind of like digital modeling of the real thing!
A lot of the songs we're written by Boyce and Hart and a lot of the recordings were done by the 'Wrecking Crew.' A couple of years into the band's...
I have not used 432 Hz yet. I have nothing against it. As a matter of fact I have heard it sounds richer than 440 Hz. The only thing that would...
You mean the post it note on the ME-5? Those are the numbers for certain patches that I was using the last time that I played through it. 141 and...
Oh YEAH! The Boss ME-5. I love mine. Those be BADASS! Mostly analog sounds except for the reverbs and delays.
I use a combo of old and modern effects. Right to left TC Polytuner top, 2nd row, Boss TW-1 T Wah, Keeley Fuzz Head, Behringer TM-300 Tube Amp...
Boss BD-2 Blues Driver, Boss CE-2 Chorus (original made in Japan, pre-WAZA), and Ibañez AD-9.
Clemson bit the dust, and Auburn hangin' on by a thread with a win today over Arkansas. Georgia looking strong and Cincinnati came out of nowhere,...
I believe they come in metric too.
Yamaha THR series amps, sound tinny, metalic and tiny. Yamaha makes great, electric and acoustic guitars, fantastic pianos, but I have never heard...
Or use a nutdriver.[ATTACH]
Looks like one of those '60s flower power logos, LOL. Have a nice day!:)