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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Dec 14, 2019.
It only effects your tone if your tonewood was grown in the Southern Hemisphere.
It won't matter if Russians get the best tones as they're now banned from participating.
Well they already have the best tubes.
yep, these ain't your daddy's russians...
Are Russians allowed to play white guitars?
If we go to ceramic magnets,
the shift won't happen.
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Will it have any effect on the players at GC?
Same with America.
Our new band name: The Size Micks. Mostly go-go, with some worsening surf thrown in.
But when our egos become volcanic, we play Viking metal as Themis, Roid of Aster.
Except for Andy Lusite, our moody bassist. He zappas into Penta Tectonics, an eccentric jazz trio.
In which case you should reverse the polarity of your pickups. It is a little known fcat that AC/DC started out as DC/AC in Australia but had to change for Northern hemisphere performances.
Well, one thing's for sure, it seems to be affecting you all north of the Equator.
Reading the article I don't believe any of us are going to be around to see if the next Hendrix is Russian or the effect the shift will have on guitar tone (looking at centuries ahead, will there even be magnets used in guitar pickups - will there even be guitars as we know them today?)
Prime Patriot eh?