I have strats for all occasions;
1. S/S/S (The bridge pup has a metal base like Tele pups)
2. S/S/H The H is a PAF - Fender spaced by Radioshop
3. Billy Corgan strat - These single coil sized buckers sound more open than normal buckers and less compressed. Really great pups and just a great...
I am super keen to get hold of a 'Gibson'ish' scale S type axe. I have a few strats and 2 Les Pauls. I prefer strats overall for my style of playing. but.. man can I rip on my Les paul's. I find the shorter scale easier with my medium length fingers and i am more accurate because of it. I...
Has anyone got one of the Studio Vintage combos with the 10" V-Type?
I have seen a few posts on the head but haven't found any feedback on the forum re the combo.
That guy from Premier Guitar seemed to like the one he was demo'ing a lot.
I am wanting the combo rather than the head...
Wow, Peach in the UK are selling the Jetta for £1500! Christ what a rip off (due to the fact they are £1100 in the USA).
I will be waiting until other shops stock them as I imagine most other people will in the UK. Dammed shame only Peach seem to have these at the moment.
My favorite hands down is my Keeley TS9DX Flexi. It covers everything from TS9/808 up to hard rock, essentially 8 pedals in one. You see a few up for sale second hand here and there. Honestly the best pedal I have ever bought and it will never leave my pedal board.
I would like to try these in my Junior as I have had them lying around for a while.
Currently I have Groove Tube (4's)
Can I just swap them out or do I need to take the amp to a tech to get it re biased?
Alot of people (who dont play the old fingestyle dirty blues) think that ladder bracing is inferior to X bracing (tone-wise). Its simply not the case.
If you want to create an authentic blues fingerpicking sound, you NEED a ladder braced guitar.
I have 2 LG1's and they are my go to guitars for...
My 0015M is a lovely guitar, being all hog it will only get better with age too.
It sounded great when it was new, but after a week of primevibe seasoning I now find it hard to put it down.
Its loud, punchy, sweet and articulate. Darker than a spruce top equivelant. Great for playing blues...
I have a TW73VS and it has a lovely tone. I posted a quick vid for a mate a while back as I installed rosewood pins which enhanced the tone further. do a search on you tube for 'rosewood pins' to get an idea of the tone.
mine cost me £600 which is good for all solid wood and maple detailing.
I have to say +1 to Shellby's post.
I feel the exact same way about my 2001 PRS CU24 its just incredible.
My LP and strats just feel like one trick ponies in comparison.
I even get an acoustic vibe when using the split coils out of phase poistion '2' that gets me beating down on the strings like...