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Not too long ago, I picked up a Roland DD-20 for a nice 175$ new. Not the warmest of delays, but in the way of features, it's hard to top.
mine comes in about a month..so i guess we'll see. but so far, paul has been excellent to work with.
i have the breedlove bag and ive been quite happy with it, holds up well to most anything its given, its been dropped, rained on, thrown around,...
i think that taylor's are generally more bright across the board. regardless of the model, most taylors cant seem to shake that sound.
i ordered a Tim and a Timmy yesterday, and Paul told me Early-mid april. however, he was stressing the fact that he was going to hire some help to...
question. im confident i have a mild case of tinnitus, but on occation, ill have one ear ring significantly louder than the other. when i plug...
+2. my AC25SR never ceases to amaze on a daily basis. :) i still remain shocked at what i paid for it. (600..ish)
i got mine from musictoyz, and say what you will....recieved it in a timely fashion as soon as they recieved their shipment from fulltone.
try the "Super Hard On?":D
off topic here...but is there any chance i could find someone who could mod an eq-20 to have another output jack to allow for footswitchable...
im confident you'll find many a fan of Wagner's around here...
as far as graphic EQ's are concerned, i am intrigued by the EQ-20, especially the memory feature, although im not so big on excess noise, and as...
BJF Sea Blue EQ, many will tell you its unmatched.
i have been considering dropping the bomb on one of these for a while, but ive always been intimidated by the price...but if it accurately grabs...
excellent craftsmanship, looks exceptional as a whole.
i heard that they can get pretty noisy, any thoughts?
+1. Clyde deluxe, maybe? if you're into tweaking.
+1 for Pacificustom, excellent prices and workmanship.
BJF Emerald Green Distortion
Red Witch Pentavocal
Retrosonic Chorus Ensemble
buy more than one. problem solved.:AOK
aside from soundhole covers, i think i remember the Lute Hole company making some decent straps once...see if you can find them on ebay maybe?
ive used toothpicks and an epoxy glue on a stripped LP screw. Im confident, however, that wood glue would work better.
not trying to sell anything, but being from richmond, go lindy fralin. they could be somewhat pricey...but i believe its worth it.