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Thanks for this.
Happy to learn to solder. But before getting into that and switching anything out - how do I assess exactly what the problem is?
My beloved Tim pedal and Zendrive are no longer working.
Tim pedal: channel two/boost not engaging.
Zen overdrive: passes audio, but not...
I also don't think the crunch box is similiar to the riot. Especially with lead playing.
I think there are a lot more options to replace the...
I don't have experience with the real pedals but I agree with the OP that the PGS video for the original SC sounds better (or much more to my...
I started with a multi-fx unit and had it for 5 years before i moved to single pedals... so I know exactly what you're talking of.
To be honest,...
I get my sounds through my board and volume controls. It's just far more practical.
I play through a blues jnr and have never had problems. In...
PGS just gets it. They are a phenomenal example of exploiting social media for business. They run fantastic contests, engage their customers, can...
definitely wouldn't describe it as sterile.
owned one and it was very warm and 'slushy'.
just dnt dig phasers hehe
know the harmony before you transcribe, even if it means getting a lead sheet (just with chords/melody)
so when u learn the stuff u see it over...
youtube frank gambale
yeah man i've had issues with them.
in my opinion i don't think they're very reliable.
it's looking like the 65 reissue! pretty much what i described! thanks octatonic!!
one last question... does this (or something with...
used a hot rod deluxe, i find there's not much more headroom to be honest! i mean, it breaks up super early and it's not THAT much louder at...
65 deluxe reverb looks like it's it. i've played em before and enjoyed it.
they're just heavy mofos!
cool thanks for these suggestions!!
@Maruuk i meant cheaper is better but not necessarily cheaper than BJ !! I don't expect to get all those...
OK. So I really like the Blues Jnr, for the following reasons:
1) I like the clean on it
2) It's fairly light, small and portable
(see comment above ;-)
any advice for a TGP brother looking to start out some slide ??