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  1. T-Bone

    Mesa Boogie Amp Club

    Mark 5:25 10” Combo for me. A very awesome little music making machine.
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    Do You Lap Steel?

    I prefer a G9 tuning that includes the dominant 7 and the 3rd. G B D F A D. It can be thought of as D minor over G7. The tunings I like best these days are for 7 string lap steel. Either E G B D G B D which is the standard Dobro tuning with a low E added on the bottom for Em7. Or, G C E G A C...
  3. T-Bone

    NGD - Les Paul Tribute

    Congratulations ! Looks like a nice instrument.
  4. T-Bone

    Piano

    I have an 88 key digital piano for my wife to play. I don’t play, but find it incredibly helpful for visualizing note and chord intervals.
  5. T-Bone

    NTB. Wards Airline

    I saw the title of this thread and was wondering what it had to with tube amps…
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    NAD... idi, vidi, vinci...

    Huge score! I’ve owned two. Sold the first. Regretted it, so bought another. Sold the second one too. Regret it again. 15” speaker and three different tone stacks (via inputs) . if you didn’t already know, the tone switch can be placed in the middle, between the two settings on the switch.
  7. T-Bone

    Do You Lap Steel?

    I got bitten badly by the lap steel bug. I’m not a huge fan of country music or Hawaiian music, but lap steels make great blues machines too. And blues is what I dooz. Some of my treasures. Clinesmith Frying Pan. Fouke Industrial. Rickenbacher B7, Gibson EH100-7. All seven string lap steels...
  8. T-Bone

    Did anyone see the Peter Jackson Beatles segment on 60 Minutes?

    Saw it. Like a sucker, I subscribed to Disney just so I could watch it.
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    Harmonica mics

    I use a Shaker Dynamic and a Green Bullet. I like them both. The new Bullet never feeds back, and has just enough dirt to sound right. The Shaker sounds similar. On its own it may be a bit more prone to feedback, but its smaller size makes it very easy to cup and contain in the hands. The Shaker...
  10. T-Bone

    The pedal you want that does not exist yet: here's your chance.

    A single pedal with just 3 switches and one level knob for each. Reverb Distortion Clean Boost
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    Harmonica mics

    If you haven’t recently, try the new Shure Green Bullet. No, it doesn’t sound like the old one, or a vintage mic. But it sits nicely between a SM57/58 and a vintage style mic. Personally, I love it. Just enough grit without going over the top.
  12. T-Bone

    Disgusting Vox in local ad

    AC4TV is a cool amp. Perfect for real Vox tone at apartment volumes, and loud enough to gig in small venues. At the right price, refinishing or rehousing it, could be a fun project for someone
  13. T-Bone

    Performing with Squier Mini Strat!

    My “mini” doesn’t need mods. It’s like a short scale MIM Standard, only made for a couple years.
  14. T-Bone

    Fender guitars 2022 wish list (or: c'mon Fender, my wallet is ready)

    “Keith Richards” 5 string Telecaster for G D G B D tuning.
  15. T-Bone

    Let's See Some Of Your Amps

    Princeton Reverb, 12” Cannabis Rex replaced with 12” Eminence Li’l Texas. Mesa Boogie Mark 5:25 10” stacked over a 10” Ragin’ Cajun.
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    Speaker swap on Bassbreaker 15, thoughts?

    Since you already have another speaker to try, it makes sense to use it before buying another. You don’t want to end up as one of those guys with unused speakers on the shelf, right? Because, like, none of us have that problem!
  17. T-Bone

    Your Favorite Amp

    Definitely my new Mesa Boogie 5:25 10”. What an amazing little machine. Whether quiet as a mouse or shaking the shingles, this little guy can give me any tone I desire. Before getting the Mesa, my favourite was my Princeton Reverb with a 12” Eminence Li’l Texas. Only 30 pounds and full of Fender...
  18. T-Bone

    Pawn Shop find

    Not only that, but all his posters have backwards writing on them too!
  19. T-Bone

    Opinions on Fender Princeton Reverb Reissues

    It is a really sweet guitar amplifier. I love mine too.
  20. T-Bone

    NGD 2001 American Series Designer Edition Silver Sparkle

    …if only I had a sparkly guitar. Oh oh. HNGD! Looks awesome.
  21. T-Bone

    I Did A Thing. NTD

    Looks easy to love! Congrats!
  22. T-Bone

    Is this ‘63 Jaguar hack job worth it?

    There’s more than one way to value that instrument. You can value it based on its probable resale value, which has been hashed over pretty thoroughly already. Seems like $1200 max is a good consensus number. But you can also value it purely on what it’s worth to YOU. when I buy something...
  23. T-Bone

    How many Tele owners also own a “single pickup” guitar?

    The Fender Bullet H1 and the 1957 Gibson ES140 with single P90.
  24. T-Bone

    NAD Mesa Boogie Fillmore 100 combo + 1X12 23" ext. cab

    I recently bought my first Mesa. The baby of the family, a Mark 5:25 10”. I am blown away by the quality and the tones that can come out of this little fellow. I knew that Mesa Boogie was famous for their overdriven tones, but the cleans are also stunning! Once you get your favourite tones...
  25. T-Bone

    NAD: Laney Cub 10...what a sleeper...

    That’s a shame. I own a Laney LC15R. Definitely a “sleeper” amp. Sounds awesome and very versatile. These had a reputation for premature death too. Mine is a later model, in which most of the issues in the early ones were fixed. There are still some pro musicians that gig with these, but I...




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