Fab! My first Les Paul was a 2005 Classic. The original owner had put in ‘57s but told me the stock pickups were 490 and 498.
Zoopressor by loveme1965 posted Aug 14, 2019 at 2:15 PM
Keeley 2-knob, with ape.
Little different here - the three short bass solos in the middle section of “YYZ.” They are just so quick and compact, I find them really...
For me it started when I was a sophomore in high school. I was already a decent guitarist, but picked up a bass at a Beatles-music jam session and...
A Rickenbacker 330/6 with a big fat honkin’ neck.
Mesa Transatlantic 30. Fewer knobs and switches than a typical Mesa but still loads of fun to just noodle with the different voices.
Wouldna thunk it but I guess MXR stuff. They know what they’re doing and don’t cost as much as a guitar. Four on my current board.
MXR Distortion +. My very first pedal, bought in 1981. Sold or gave it away in the later 80s and tried Boss, Rats, a few others. Bought a late-70s...
AC/DC “For Those About to Rock”: Howitzers.
Man, I’m just trying out-TGP TGP.
Your points seem accurate to me, but your assertions about 70s prices didn’t quite seem right, so I did a little reseach (cuz I’m at work and...
That’s Dr. May to you!
MXR Distortion+ 1980. Bought new with my paper route money at Veneman Music in Springfield, VA. Currently on my board.
Sounds better fhan the DSL40C.
I legitmately sold my best-sounding guitar a few years ago - a Les Paul Classic with 57s. But it smelled of smoke, so I guess it was technically...
You’ll have more luck if you post this in the pedal forum.
Most underrated of all time? Maybe.
Two Les Pauls and a 1993 335. I replaced the Burstbuckers in the Les Pauls with 57s and they both went from...
Adding my plus one. You are a lucky guy twice over.
Fender Super Reverb reissue. The Mack Truck of combo amps.
Mesa Transatlantic 30 combo.
Marshall Vintage Modern combo.
Just so long as there is no headstock repair.