As long as it takes me to go from the front door to the back door to get my guitar out of the car. I would say between 7 and 12 seconds.
In my experience, all tone problems can be corrected with P90s.
Purple is all kinds of awesome!
I like the JB in bolt-on super strats, but not as much in set-neck guitars. In set-neck guitars, I found the JB to be a little congested (dark,...
To my ears, the SGs are more focused, especially with an amp that is cooking. TO my ears, it's really more like a compression thing, I think. I...
I would buy another Tophat. Right now I am really digging the thought of a 1x12 combo, maybe an Ambassador 35 or Super Deluxe. That said, I have...
They sound great with p90s, but I would always go for a Les Paul over an SG (P90 Les Pauls sound and feel even better to me).
If I owned a second electric guitar, it would be for duplication.
Copper Blue is such a great, great album!
TU-2 has worked well for me for at least 15 years.
1956 Les Paul Reissue --> Boss TU 2--> Tophat Club Royale 2x12 Combo
To me, there is no guitar that sounds better than a Les Paul.
From all accounts that I have read, and from my own (single) experience, Brian at Tophat is totally responsive to customer inquiries.
I would reach out to Brian at Tophat Amps. He has built some 6v6 Emplexador amps that might be of interest to you.
My goodness, those Tophats!!! I've said it before, and I will say it again. Teleplayer you have some serious amps there. Just awesome.
56 Les Paul Reissue
Tophat Club Royale
MXR Phase 90
Boss TU-2 (I just saw in a...
I get the comparison of P90 Les Pauls to Telecasters, but I really do not get it with humbucking Les Pauls.
The best bridge humbucker I ever heard was a SD Antiquity. It was otherworldly. Every guitar it was in sounded exceptional.
I was thinking that the OP's situation is right in Carr's wheelhouse. Although, pedals will be required to achieve the 5153 levels of gain, which...
Two Klons. Then I would sell all three and buy an amp I liked :)
OK, but playing along, I guess I would go with an Fulltone Octafuzz and a MXR...
I thought the original Swamp Ash Specials had Mccarty pickups in the bridge and neck and a Duncan rail pickup in the middle.
I have only used them a couple of times and that was many years ago. At the time, I was playing a completely different style of guitar than what I...