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Could you compare the 64's and Split Blades to the VMods?
Did you keep the treble bleed?
I recently did a gig in a marquee with crappy power - insufficient to run my 40w Traynor ycv40. Fortunately, had a 1*8 Line 6 Spider 15w - the...
I feel the same way about the AmPro Tele pickups. Something just doesn't sound ..right. Am keeping my eyes peeled for some used Suhr's or Fralins....
Is it a Warmouth neck?
Check out Alegree. Or the Fralin Blues Special.
Yeah... I added hipshot lockers after one of the tuners failed, plus an electrosocket and a Reverend triple tree. But there are still tuning...
The top-end plink of my AmPro is driving me nuts. Thinking about the Graphtech saddles to try and tame this. Anyone used them? What did you think?
It's surprising what good results can be found in a recording situation using inexpensive tools.
Live, if I can actually hear myself over the...
I could work with that rig. Good call.
'98 Am Dlx strat stocked with Zexcoils
TU2, Black Secret, El Capistan, Sub n Up
Blues Cube Artist or YCV40
AVOID the Mosky Blue Delay. Attenuates effected volume and degrades the bypassed tone.
I have four: overdrive, supadrive, delay and distortion. They are all good, but the delay is great. Tap tempo. ..
Also love the overdrive. (TS copy(
Try the Kokko stuff.
Me too. It's great.
Slight annoyance: plugged kettle lead into amp at rehearsal tonight and the socket just collapsed inside the chassis.
Rokas? Hmmm. His aikido is not what I'd call good quality.
Still, I agree - you fight like you train. Aikido (like almost any other art) is not...
Not universally true. Depends who you train with and how they teach.
Aikido is primarily designed to deal with a committed (aka battlefield)...
I would say that comparison should be done on a guitar by guitar basis.
I've played a Suhr classic pro T that would eat most team built CS teles...
My Artist has usurped my ycv40 as my gig amp. Although the BC is rated at 0.5-85(?)w, I'd say they are comparable in volume.
So on the basis...
All DF's solo things are great, too
Good rhythm skills - deep grasp of harmony, use of inversions, doublestops, single notes, ghost notes, dynamics, time feel, etc...
If you like this, get the live album 'The Name of this band is Talking Heads.' Also, Belew's work with Crimson.
I'm gigging the BCA. It completely fits the bill for the OP.