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Really! It's the sound!
Pickups and the bridge with the pickup attached to a piece of steel.
The body shape is comfortable and beautiful.
I'm sorry there's no way you can hear the difference between a poly and lacquer finish on a solid body electric guitar.
Lacquer is better but I...
You can't boost anything with a fender tone stack, it's cut only.
As far as vintage Marshall and twins tone circuits if you play them both through...
Always wanted a 52 reissue, but I hate the 7.5 radius. So I like the new American Pro.
Seems simple enough to change out the bridge pickup for a more normal sounding one.
I've been using the EH Hum Debugger on my single pickup guitars and it works really well. I can hear just the slightest reduction of the super...
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I've been thinking about this a lot. The Tele appeals to me because it doesn't have a vibrato arm, and therefore is so much more...
The eq will absolutely counteract the fender mid scoop.
Marshall amps also have a mid scoop.
The defizzerator is a soulution for a problem that...
Those Jensons are super bright. However every fuzz or overdrive I've ever seen has a tone control, turn it down. End of fizz.
Don't like the series sound at all, no interest in a 4 way.
There's just something about that bridge pickup being hung on a big chunk of steel with the bridge saddles attached that sounds different from any...
Wouldn't think it would hang with a drummer at all. The drummers I play with require 15-40 watts.
I use the Fender Bassbreaker 007 in the home studio, it sounds pretty good at less than ear bleed volumn.