Wow been looking for something like that, thanks.
Not true about the strings. Regular super slinskeys, pink. 9-42.
Its def a cranked amp with a nuanced touch. There is articulation and dynamics in their playing, neither are constantly slamming the strings, accents Yes.
Some great references there Brek. You just made me a big fan of GM!
Good luck with all the great gear would love to hear some clips when you get it all together. Sounds like a great setup in the making.
I completely agree, never understood the religious puritans :hide
For one I love my amp, and it's usually set rather dirty, cleans up beautifully too. Lately, I've been wanting a little bit more out of it but don't want to change the settings on the amp, as it develops some frequencies I'm not...
Meh... That spring doesn't have much elasticity, once it compresses fully it doesn't expand. Initially the trem warble bugged me too , but then I just got on with making music, it works just fine with the play n all, after a while u just embrace it's quirks.
Still bothers you, use teflon tape...
Absolutely true. Also often the pairing gear or situation will not resolve the differences, meaning the differences will not be noticed.
I thought raw vintage saddles were an improvement with a dark amp, not so with a bright amp!
Live and learn.
Yes it cleans up entirely.
Edit:. Just checked this on the amp, if I pick softly it cleans up a lot and maintians levels, if I roll back it gets a chime with a bit of hair, still retaining full volume, rolling back further the volume drop is not much to get a super fendery clean tone, if you...