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Eminence Legend 1058.
Got rid of my DSL40 because every time I carried it to a gig my back hurt for a week. Way heavier than it needs to be. It's the MDF they use.
Shure GLXD16 here too. Hundreds of gigs and rehearsals. Not one problem. I have 3 transmitters and 6 batteries.
Had a Mig 60 head once. Great amp.
I have covers from Studio Slips, Le Cover and amplifiercovers.com and they are all first rate.
I too use that CRC Quick Dry Contact Cleaner. Works well.
All 3 of my Teles have Strat tips on them. Can't stand anything else.
Yep mine did that. If you turn the reverb down it won't pop.
<<<<Managed to find the HH one in Sonic Red last April. It's a great guitar. Was looking to maybe get another one in a different color and noticed...
Kroger Baby Oil about once a year.
I cut a piece of rubber band about a 1/4" long. Stick it in the slot of the switch tip and slide it on the switch. Works bigly.
My guess is it was polishing compound that someone forgot to clean off the guitar before packaging.
Never noticed any thing about the knobs. I really enjoy the guitar. Had a hard time finding the sonic red one last April or May when I bought it,...
I changed mine to block saddles. Just don't care for the bent saddles at all. Picture is before the change.
This has worked well for me for years.
All 3 of my Teles have a white Strat tip on them.
Yes,it's not hard to measure plate voltage. Taking the chassis out and doing measurements is part of the fun of replacing the tubes. But truth is...
I have the Euroubes one and it works fine.
I like my set of Pretzel pups in my Surf Green Squier Tele, but I'm thinking I might pop some single coil sized humbuckers and 500K pots in there...
In the old days it wasn't 4, 8, and 16 it was 3, 7 and 15
No I believe they assemble them in Paducah, KY
True. For a few dollars more you can get a Celestion. Try an Eminence GB128 or V12.
Used my stimulus check to buy the guitar.