Gray is the new GREEN
I though this was a GREEN guitar thread? :dunno
I have a black Starfire II I bought from Sweetwater on clearance a while back. I really, REALLY like this guitar. I have no qualms about the...
Whiskey and the internets, a temptress indeed. Nice amp & cab!
I didn't like the stock pups for all the reasons already given, but I swapped them with Mojotone's take on the WRHB and am VERY happy with them,...
When switching to 5 watt mode, only 1 of the EL84 power tubes is working. Try swapping them around. If it works ok after swapping when in 5 watt...
Well built and great sounding! What's NOT to love?
Nice guitars, gentlemen! :drool
Very nice indeed! Carvin has some killer flamed maple
What's that saying?
"Too many cooks...?"
Actually I think it's, "The more, the merrier!" Thanks folks
Cool! I look forward to hearing your opinions
The internet has showed me that folks like to dwell on their personal "negative" experiences and quite often embellish and exaggerate the...
I have Phat Cats in my Eastman T486B. I have no plan on ever changing them. Clarity with bite, and just enough hair.
I really like my Sterling Ray 4 or whatever they call it. They go for $300 new and used for around 2 bills. It's a lot of guitar for the money
Schaller strap locks are on all my guitars and straps.
Everything gets a set-up for my feel
Then I play the crap out of it. As time goes by, I...
I'll go out on a ledge here and state that Peavey has produced some of the best amps ever built by anyone. They have stood the test of time
Maybe they use the same pick-ups on some models, but pots and switches are different, as are the pups in the Tribute JB2...
OK, I understand what you folks are saying.
There could indeed have been a bad connection, although it all "looked" OK...
Got a new JB2. Very nice bass at a nice price, but it did need a little work. I re-cut the nut slots and swapped the stock pots,...
I have a new G&L Tribute JB2, which like P Bass body with J bass pickups and wiring. It came with medium gauge D'Addario's on it. Bass sounded...
Yes. Where the cutter plunges into the finished surface is where the finish is most likely to chip. As was mentioned, a sharp cutter is best.....
Start cutting in the center of the pockets as opposed to near any finished edges
I have a C66 I bought from a member here, great guitar!
I put DiMarzio's in it. A FRED bridge and a Humbucker from Hell in the neck,