I'm looking for a 1x12 cab to put under my '71 SF Bandmaster, but I don't know which one. Palmer makes a nice one, but I wanted to see what options there were before I pulled the trigger on one!
This is the amp.. Not always in the mood to lug the big 2x12 around.
I just built myself a pedaltrain Jr. I was lugging around a big wooden pedalboard in a Warwick rockcase and that thing is so heavy I thought about scaling down. That became this. Powered by 2 Harley Benton Powerplat Junior's. Love it!
Mad Professor Ruby Red Boost
EHX Soul Food
I'm not a frequent poster here, but I thought it would be nice to hear the opinion of the people at the gear page.
I recently graduated from the Rockacademy in Tilburg, the Netherlands en the evening was filmed. I put a clip from the first song online. The song is written by keys...
I have a Seafoam Green VM Jazzmaster and I love it!! It is not my go to guitar for I use my Strat and Tele a lot, but nevertheless I love it. I modded it with Seymour Duncan Hot for Jazzmaster pickups, 250K pots and a Buzz stop, though. It sounds a bit warmer, bigger and less 'clangy' if you...
Yeah I read that 500k + 500k resistor makes 250K.. So if you punt that on the singles only you get a 250 on the singles and on the hum a full 500.. But maybe I misinterpreted something (english isn't my language ;) ) So that's why I'm asking.
I just put a Seymour Duncan '59 in my partscaster and I'm loving it! I had problems with the humbucker being too muddy because it had a 250K pot in it, but now I've replaced it to a 500k the '59 sounds absolutely stellar. But with the 500k the singles are a tad bright..
So I went...
Thnx for the reply! I was gonna check the Thinline out too, and maybe the Custom, but Im not too stoked about that one because it has a similair feel to my CIJ due to the bridge (and pickup), I think.
Maybe the Thinline is wiser to choose because it's a semi-hollow body and differs...
..next to my Tele.
I play a CIJ Custom Telecaster '62 RI wich I really love. I really think the Telecaster is the way to go for me. But now I'm looking for a (backup) guitar to compliment/accentuate (don't know if these are the right words, but hey Im dutch!) my Telecaster.
You can say: "Well...