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Tophat Emplexador for the win.
MXR Phase 90
Plum Crazy Treble Booster
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah
I have put .10-.46 on every guitar I have owned for the past 30 (gasp!) years; I never liked the feel of .9s or .11s.
"Gen'rals gathered in their masses"
I have had mine for 15 years.
I have been bouncing between Dunlop Delrins, Jazz IIIs, and Gator Grips for the last 20 years. Before that it was all Fender medium.
1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb
Marshall JTM 45 Reissues (I've had more than one)
66 Fender Bassman
65-66 Fender Bandmaster
Yep. I just happen to like a whole lot about it.
Back to the trombone for me.
Current: 1 Les Paul and 1 Fender Acoustic
Most at one time: Four
We need Screaming Trees and Dinosaur Jr. on the list. Neither is my favorite, but both bands should be on it!!!
I would go with Smashing...
Shut it down. That Martin is spectacular!!!
What's a Rolex?
You sold it already, right?
There are quite a few nice 335s, SGs, Les Pauls, and 175s out there right now.
Nah. I experimented with string gauges 20 years ago or so, and I found my preferred gauge and brand then.
I think Victoria might be making something like what you are describing.
Yes, it's a great, great amp for clubs that mic amps. I have also played it at an outdoor event in front of a major league ballpark, and it did...
Honestly, I think it depends on the style of music and just how heavy handed we are talking about here.
On many stages that I have played, the...
I agree with all your points. I also just want to add that when I listen to EJ I don't feel jealous (although I can not play anything like the...