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OH HELL NO
NETD (New Evil Twin Day)
Got one this week. So far, I love it. The "three" channels make it pretty versatile.
Here it is, on top of the...
Quite a few candidates here:
My personal nomination: The Domino California Rebel:
Congratulations x 3.
Demand declines with price. The HRDX is an expensive amp, if you consider all amps. No way that's it.
I'm still thinking something under $100:...
Peavey Backstage? Fender Frontman 15/25?
Or maybe the Pignose?
Wow, didn't realize the Laney didn't have a line out.
Tech21 Power Engine FTW.
It occurred to me today that the order of the tone stack on most amps is non-intuitive. Spectrum analyzers, EQs, etc. all go low --> high from...
I had one years ago. Sold it. Regretted it for two decades.
A few weeks ago, found one on eBay. 80s-era. A bit beat up, but works great....
(Fender > Epiphone. SMH.)
I'd make that trade. In general, Fender < Epiphone, IMO.
Used Baja + SD mini-humbucker in the neck = under $1K. It's like a 52HR on the cheap.
For reference, using a standard inflation calculator $250 in 1958 = about $2000 today. Which is pretty amazing, if you think about it.
eBay + Ibanez AXD/AJD/AM series = win.
Rondo > Johnson. See here and here.
Also, Epi 339.
Lots of good options.
Oh, or this:
The SG-shaped Gibson Melody Maker would be a great pick. They are cool.
Squier Cyclone also good. GC was blowing them out for $99 a while back....
What's a "Les Paul"?
Well, made you look anyway... :razz:
A Craigslist find.
- The finish
- Pickguard & truss rod...
If I had to go to only one, which would it be? Thinking full-service, but am mostly interested in acoustics. Thanks.
While reading up for a headphone purchase a couple weeks ago, I noticed that FiiO (makers of economical, well-regarded headphone amps and DACs)...
+1. Wide Italia straps are great.
I'm cool with veneer. I'll check it the first time I take off the pickguard.
The condition just amazes me; I have a black 1995 Mexican Squier...