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I’d try a neck re-set first.
Has a Starcaster vibe with a Gibson style headstock
Black Canyon in Colorado and Capital Reef in Utah are both stunning and off the beaten path.
My DigiTech FreqOUT is pretty fun, but not I found myself not enjoying it on stage. It was a little unpredictable for me. Cool pedal though...
Maybe my favorite drums song ever
MXR Iso Brick has been excellent to me
Here ya go..
well that ain’t right, but I can’t seem to change it. Oh well....enjoy!
Wampler Terraform. I have no idea why more people don’t own this modulation machine.
Leo Kotke needs to be there.
I like my Baby Taylor. Sounds decent for a traveler. Intonation is tolerable. It’s the best I’ve found.
It was meh for me too.
For Trey tones I’d definitely try a TS. The Plumes is mighty impressive too!
Looks like my old Gibson Invader
I use two ODs in my setup. My primary is an Earthdrive and my TS was the booster. Last week I borrowed a Plumes and used it in place of the TS...
Sneaking Salley Through the Alley - Robert Palmer’s first solo album backed by The Meters, Allen Toussaint and Lowell George!!
Don’t overlook the Delay Champ!
This thread needs more badass women.
Just dropped in a Celestion Eight 15 and I’m hear to tell you it is a wonderful upgrade.
I never fell in love with my J.Rocket Archer or anything JHS, but I’m really starting to love my Sarno Earthdive. Love Honey Bee too, btw!
If Only I Could Remember My Name by David Crosby comes to mind
Still getting to know my Wampler Terraform, but very impressed with the envelope filter so far.
Late to the party (as usual) but I use the Durham Sex Drive.
Also, heard great stuff about the SMS Black Box.
Check ‘em out!
I am a terraform owner, too. Its very musical, amazing flexibility- hard to find fault.
My Music Man just sound better with the reverb off, so I use the plate setting on the HOF2 and it’s all around perfect.