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I go heavy bottom end hybrid 10-52.
Feels right, good low end response. I do the same on all my acoustics.
Joe King is The Man!
Used to see him at the old Club Foot in Austin (next to the old bus station). Great venue, he would leap into the frenzied...
Clean boost, great with any amp.
I agree. My MXR micro-amp, first pedal I ever bought, is my always pedal. I use it right after the tuner every time. Clean solid boost. One knob....
EVH solos got tiresome when Gilmour’s never do. If that’s what you mean, then I get it.
I do my best for the song, not to show off every lick I...
I’ve got tears and scars on every amp I own. So I am not qualified to opine.
I would live with it.
I stopped using delay. I was using it with an old Bassman that had no reverb, but now I’m using a Vox that has reverb. So it’s kinda redundant....
Hibler Tele - MXR mini amp - EQ - OCD - Vox 15cc1.
Sublime. Often turn all off, run amp only.
My first “good amp” which I still have is a 1990 Twin Reverb. Clean and loud, good for the White Falcon or one of my Teles in a non-rock...
2010 Fender Strat has been my latest go-to Numero Uno. ‘59s.
Blue with the bucker.
I’ll go to 20 on about a third of the songs I play, when I’m feeling energized. Bend a step from the 21st or 22nd rarely, just because I can.
Billy Gibbons said play what you wanna hear. I agree. I like to listen to a lot of different stuff, and when one really seems the coolest, no...
Nice. I have that ‘61 Les Paul. I’d love a shirt or poster like that.
Ronnie was the Man.
Hombre, because Elmore Leonard wrote it. And Paul Newman was the greatest.
For your preferences, you might consider a Gibson Les Paul Special with P90’s. Fat neck, easy to play, great tone, shorter scale. Lotsa color...
Interesting thread. Thanks, Toto’s Dad, I read all the posts, and now have discovered there are some guitar players who are reflective as well....
your own project/band and do what you want to do. Meanwhile, finish up with your current album, and be ready to get on with your...
I’ll play whatever I am holding, and tele necks are among the easiest to play.
Get a Blues Jr and use the Vox with it, A/B switch. Access to a wide range of sound, plus volume. Saves money too.
If you want to be good at something, it takes work, time, patience. Put in 10,000 hours on serious development and you’ll finally...
I recommend Hibler Custom Guitars in Marble Falls TX. Just outside Austin, Bryan Hibler is the real deal, especially with Teles. Check him out...
I’ve got the Daddyo. I love it after the OCD. Together or separate. Versatile.
I have both. I wouldn’t swap either of them.
Probably doesn’t help much to tell you that.
I prefer my Taylor 610 over both. Try a Taylor.