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I'm in the thin club. Helps the pick glide over the strings with finesse. With a heavy...I strum a chord and the pick flys out of my fingers....
Board 1: DD-3----Guyatone MD-3 each delay to a stereo tremolo (Seymour Duncan shape shifter) and 2 amps wet/wet.
Board 2: Corona chorus----DD-20...
Snouse BlackBox Overdrive 2 Stage Pro Mod FTW
I have one. It takes some gettin used to flipin it back and forth. Don't gig very much anymore and I lost my technique so I don't use it much...
He dialed in his sound on an amp and pedal board that wasn't his. Just what was available there in the studio.
This is a paste and copy response from me to a guy on the Grail tone board (Boogie board) who wants to drop some weight from a LSC 2x12 and...
Well....you did say style
Back in black dominated the airwaves like no other album I've ever heard. I heard it was the best selling album ever for some time.
The seller can say he never guaranteed original speakers. That would be a pair of C-90's if it's a Lone star cab. You might prefer the Chinese V-30's.
Their best hits is one of my favorite driving CD's.
Uh...hmmm, wow. After that I'm speechless. Got a band, consider myself blessed.
At our practice studio I'm running a TC Corona chorus into a Boss DD20 delay in the loop and sending the stereo feed to another amp. Gives me...
This flys under the radar. My main dual dirt.
Got a F25 head. I'll start with a Flux five to give me a couple more channels in the Mesa vein. I'll chime in later to fill in more on my stereo...
My F25 rocks. I look so forward to practice with this grab n go head. Warm tones with the 6v6's. I have a couple of 1X12's to help spread my sound...
Thanks for this good info.