My old MI teachers come to mind:
It’s like “woman tone”, but way more expensive!
Ooooh, a McSoapy is always a great option!
You could always get a Nik Huber!
Or an Orca:
Nik also does this “translucent goldtop” finish that is to die...
If you email Dimarzio, they will send you a pdf of this wiring.
I came here to say Steve Vai’s Evo. Glad it’s been posted!
That’s some pretty ignorant statement right there. Whoever came up with it clearly has no ears and was probably just trying to stir the pot.
It’s not an organ transplant. Wait until Paul catches up.
Yes, with humbuckers.
I have owned both. El Cap is a wonderful delay pedal. But the H9 Max has so much packed inside, you could get away with a “not as awesome” (if you...
Anything with a mix/blend knob should work for you.
Cali76 is where it’s at, if you ask me.
Yep. They should just change the company’s name to “Hold My Beer Guitars”.
Well, that's some conflation if I've ever seen it.
No, dude. Hell to the no.
A guitar that cannot be intonated, no matter what you do to it, is...
Um, no. We ain’t playing this twisted little game.
Seriously, dude. I can’t even with these guitars.
Here’s my latest acquisition:
I am still in the honeymoon phase, but it’s definitely a keeper. I got my first Nik Huber six years...
There’s fixed ratios. You access them by pressing the VALUE knob.
The answer is always both. Start with the one you need the most.
Having played both and having gigged a Timeline for so many years, I’d go with...
Well, I would like to think that those who offer an all rosewood neck do so because they have a stash that’s been drying for years. Stability...
Oh, LA Craigslist, you be cray!
Roy Blankenship can build what you want.
Well, you need a couple of things to do this right.
A guitar with a good treble bleed circuit.
An amp that cleans up enough, or a slightly...
It seems you have a pretty good short list. Personally, I’d go either Epi 339 or Classic Squier, but I’d definitely try to play them all first.