This is an old article about a debt exchange that prevented a GC bankruptcy back in June of 2020.
The recent set of articles is about an entirely different missed $45M payment in October of 2020, unrelated this this.
To summarize, this this article has nothing to do with GC's recent and...
I think you need to study up on how sound waves work. Sound needs a medium to travel through, such as air or water. A vacuum is by definition the absence a medium.
Why do you think they can't hear you scream in space, as the old saying goes?
Ya, that's not what a magnetic guitar pickup does at all. Where exactly does a guitar pickup convert sound into an electrical signal?
An electric guitar with a standard pickup will work in a complete vacuum, where there can be no sound, if you could find a workaround to the guitarist's blood...
The EBMM necks tend to the small. I ended up letting go my REALLY nice Cutlass because I just couldn't get along with the small neck.
Fantastic guitars if you can get along with the neck dimensions, but my huge gorilla hands prefer other necks.
Yup, these super strat designs (that I love) are old enough to have a family, mortgage, and gray hair by now.
Super Strats are older at this point than the original Strat was when Super Strats came about.
Not sure how reprinting a receipt changes anything as a Ric’s warranty is 365 days from manufacture, not sale. The only purpose a receipt has is proving you’re the original owner.
Unless you mean Ric is upset that GC wasn’t selling returns as used and therefore devoid of warranty.
Ric’s warranty policy is also bizarre - one year from date of manufacture, not purchase.
Buy one new from a shop and there’s a reasonably good chance the warranty has already lapsed.
Can’t say I’d want to do business with any of these three companies.
Absolutely. This is why one of the classic sounds is the low end eating Tube Screamer into a 2203.
Adding gain with a totally flat booster is still going to result in the sound’s character changing simply because that’s how this amp works.
Both of these.
For what its worth, rude sales people has been a thing at Carvin/Kiesel for decades. Some of their salespeople are great, others, they make it pretty obvious they'd rather not be on the phone with you.
Never been disappointed by one of their actual instruments, though. They...
Indeed. The OP’s behavior here isn’t great but any half decent company rep wouldn’t have escalated the situation like that. Engage in escalating behavior with the customer - and things will invariably escalate.
Effectively saying “cause we say so” to a query behind the intent of a policy is a...
Before you shell out for the FC6 have you tried adding in the two external stand in switches? That would get you one less than the 6 switches I use with my Axe FX3/FC6 rig (minus the scribble strips, of course). These things can be had dirt cheap.
I don't think I could easily bring things down...
If you REALLY need the looks of a real amp head, there's always these.
Yup, that'll get the job done. The Axe FX 3's MIDI configuration options are flexible enough to get simple things working with most controllers.
I did have to stick all my MIDI channel mappings in a big Excel spreadsheet to keep track of all the settings though. :confused: