It's really comfortable for my hands, but it might not be for everybody.
The only thing that trips me up is the fingerboard radius. When I switch back to the tele, the fingerboard is so flat that my bends get confused. I'm hoping I'll get used to it.
My 2010 American Deluxe Tele is getting a little less playtime these days thanks to this new axe. 10-top in faded whale blue. Really compliments the tele versatility well with the low wind humbuckers and coil-taps.
Oh man, I didn't realize how snarky that sounded. I only said it that way because when I got the pedal I didn't know what I was doing either, and had the same issue.
Now that I've played around with it so much, it's never leaving my board.
It only oscillates if you don't know what you're doing. I recommend playing with it more.
For a cheat sheet, I really love mine at:
Regen: 10 o'clock
Mix: 9 o'clock
Delay: 2 o'clock
with the mod engaged
Coincidentally, I just picked one of these up yesterday! So, so happy with the tone difference. I'm just wondering why I didn't do this sooner.
I put it after my Keeley compressor and Mastotron fuzz, but before my OCD and '78 Custom Badass distortions. This seems to be an alright place for it...
Well in any case, Happy NGD!
Throw a maple neck on that and I'd have a terrible time deciding between that and my sought-after olympic white.
Decisions, decisions. Good thing I promised the lady friend no more guitars this year! (After the 335...)
Not if I get it first you won't!
But yeah, this was the first thing that came to my mind. I think it can't be my choice only because I'd want to be able to actually play it.
In this case, Clapton's 335.