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That looks like a decent stand but that's a lot of money for a box of boards and tacky looking hex head bolts that you get to assemble yourself.
Can't believe I actually spent my time watching the video
That's awesome! Congratulations!
You have a thr10c. You've already made the jump.
Yeah he still has it. He's gonna loan it to me this weekend for a wedding gig
I don't know about the speakers but if the gain is way down it's not going to be very loud. I like to think of the gain as volume and the volume...
Yes. "Bowser" is correct.
Learn something new everyday. Just yesterday I learned that in Australia a "bowser" is what we Americans call a gas pump or fuel dispenser. By the...
Maybe you should have plugged your tea kettle into the wall instead of your amp.
Thanks for that. Most people butcher it
According to Roland's site "Every Blues Cube features a Speaker Emulated LINE OUT..."
It's most likely your guitar pickups. I get a lot of noise when I play my guitar sitting in front of my laptop. When I back away, the noise stops
The tone jumps the gap like a spark on a sparkplug
It's not much different than built in tremolo. It's an optional effect. It has a knob to turn up or all the way off if you don't want it.
This. I have the 10c and this is normal
If you can do it, boasting is the same as bragging. If you can't do it, it's just lying.
Thank you for clarifying that you aren't bragging
Now what's left is an organ without a whizzer
Curious myself. We would love for you to do that for us.
Twisted Tele neck, SD Jerry Donahue bridge is what I've settled on. Very happy camper. If you want Strat-like tone in the neck position, then you...
Enjoyed that. Great video. A guitar face that only a mother could love. By the way, is that Don Henley sitting in the front row at 1:42?
Could you plug headphones into the amp to mute the speaker?
That's fun stuff.
Artist has a larger cab, more power (80w), effects loop, presence control, tremolo and can use the GA-FC foot controller which controls boost,...
Just a suggestion. Sounds like it would be nice donor guitar if you know someone who is learning guitar repair and needs something to take apart...