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I think buck turns his guitar up so the fuzz sound comes through on the riff.
I love the Belton sockets, too, and have run into this same problem a few times. I just can’t stomach the thought of standoffs to mount the...
Sheer stupidity! I had the grid leak resistors on the wrong end of the last pair of coupling caps!
Never mind - I figured it out!
I have done this successfully before with acetone and a cotton cloth. I would advise against using a scotch brite pad, as I’m almost positive it...
I’m guessing from your use of 5f2a, rather than say, ‘58 tweed Princeton, that your amp is a repro. If so, I’d suggest looking at the negative...
Fellas, you are too stuck in the past! No badly imitated guitarists in the past 30 years? John Mayer’s feelings are deeply hurt.
I had one of these a while back, and swapped the pickups for the fender 65 jag set. Great tones, and a reasonable price tag. Other than that,...
I just finished an octal single ended amp based off the Supro spectator (6SL7-6V6-5Y3). I tried a bunch of mods, and ended up sticking with a...
I say Princeton reverb - get a kit from mojotone (on sale now), take your time, and it’ll turn out great. More complex, for sure, but if you...
Up for sale is an Esquire I just put together. Here are the specs:
Classic Vibe blonde pine body
Canadian maple no name neck. I purchased this...
Assassins by Sondheim
check it out - it’s a masterpiece. It’s about all the people who ever tried to assassinate a president.
I really like that Alessandro speaker - I put one in my bandmate’s 79 deluxe reverb, and it made a world of difference. Also, I’d encourage you...
Really like my beam
Been there too - just rotate the jacks and give up on the idea of soldering the 1 and 2 input jacks directly to each other. I stay away from the...
Respectfully, the greatest and most musical demoing Greg online:
5 good ones that come to mind:
Pink Thunderbird - Gene Vincent
Who do you love - Bo Diddley
Dimples - John Lee Hooker
King Bee - Slim Harpo
Yeah - I really recommend finding a vintage one. They’re just not sought after like old 10’s and 12’s, and they sound magical.
Give me a day or 2, and I’ll sketch a layout of how I did it.
I inserted this bass control between the amp input and tone control on my tweed deluxe, and it works amazingly well:
To me, Talk Talk is the ultimate:
His voice sounds unbelievable live. It’s so good.
Also a sharpie and paper for set lists