Another vote for MP DBD. I bought a handwired when they came out years ago because they were designed to be run in front and work well with od. I haven't felt the need to look for another delay. It sounds great live or at home. Simple set it and forget it.
I saw them for their opening date of the Metamodern tour in a small club here in Phoenix. They killed it. They were still hungry back them and played their asses off. Laurs was playing through a fender champ and some cheap pedals. The man is a magician. The albums with Laurs will always be my...
Killer new Bluegrass album. A must for any Sturgill or Bluegrass fan. Old tunes but re-recorded. Still sounds great.
"Sturgill Simpson Raids His Own Catalog For Surprise Bluegrass Album : NPR" https://www.npr.org/2020/10/16/924343633/sturgill-simpson-new-surprise-bluegrass-album
I still have my 30 year old Fender Squire strat. Both my sons play drums but if they want to play its always around. Hoping my daughter will pick up guitar. She is 4 and has great taste in music already.
I just figured out Stringjoy Broadways are not for me. While I love how they feel and how well they stay in tune, the tone of the wound strings are too muted for my setup. Bummer because I love everything else about them. Just ordered some Throback round core pure nickels 9.5-44. Hoping these...
For those who own or have tried both, what do you feel the differences are? Trying to decide which one to grab. I know the TS differences are minimal but still curious now that both have been out for a while. Thanks!