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Not a damned thing is wrong with funk
‘bout an hour?
I’ve happily driven to Brooklyn and Queens for something special. It’s 90 min or more to get there but often as much as 3 hours to get home.
which channel do you prefer? I have one and love the bias tremolo, but maybe the non-trem channel sounds better.
Jumping the channels can also fatten up a thin sound.
It’s a 1963 with a 70s Gibson humbucker.
This site has info on all of John’s guitars:...
IMO, Jerry sounded best on SG specials and strats. As he got deeper into custom guitars with Dimarzios and preamps, his sound got harsh and...
Fantastic. Thank you. Seeing the boys having fun together is always a pleasure.
They were not inexpensive in 1952.
East of Eden. But I haven’t read Steinbeck in 35 years or more.
One of those talking heads is pretty obviously too young to have been there. Yet he's the one speaking most definitively.
"Clapton didn't want to...
As a rule of thumb, you'll want something like 10x the wattage of the guitar player's amp. For bass, too much power isn't a thing.
Morticia > Lily
Who can ID Herman's guitar?
I’ve had a 1974x for about 10 yrs. it’s a great little amp.
I’m doubtful about returning to one band (rock) in which the singer wants to play a lot of dark crap. So maybe the break is a good point to leave....
Thread resurrection if that’s ok.
Using a convention tele (e.g., AVRI 52), what volume setting does the 20112 start to overdrive?
They feel like G&Ls. I can’t get with tall frets.
Thank you. Amplifiers make me wish I worked harder in school.
Thread resurrection for a question The Rambler switches between pentode and triode modes, which to me implies that less of the tube is used. But...
You Tube has lots of videos on the subject. I watch this guy a lot.
Wear patterns such as those often look worse than they are. Those do look deep, but you would need to measure them to see how much metal is left....
His videos always make me want to get my hands on a multimeter and a soldering iron.
The 58 is excellent. But you know, the one that slipped away. . .