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I would say... Damned good! :aok
I’d leave it alone... that way when it actually becomes vintage in 13 to 18 years it will be worth more as the “original” finish.
If it were me...
MXR mini comp is a no brainer IMHO. Small, priced right and very easy to operate.
Huge ABB fan here, but if you want some newer southern rock then check out Blackberry Smoke. :aok
Also look towards Tedeschci Trucks Band for...
Maybe the guys at Vertex can fix your pedals?!? :dunno
Poll is flawed by only allowing one answer! :mad:
I like them all... but I love the neck position. :aok
The GC is a super flexible pedal that blurs the lines between OD and distortion (for me). Very flexible and dynamic... in the lower gain toggle...
Whew... I am so happy this isn’t an IT sales guy guitar player bashing thread!
David gets the last laugh?!? :dunno
Wah first in my book... always.
I have the SD Mini hum in the neck of my Tele... sounds perfect to me. :aok
(No volume issues with the mini IMHO)
I always run wah first on all my board builds... I use my right foot and it just seems logical to me. Tuner is typically after wah. :dunno
Bassman LTD - right at or slightly above 5
Prosonic - below 5
It’s a fixture on my small board. Very flexible and dynamic. The flat+fat tone toggle position is ideal with Fender amps and SC guitars. I like...
Dang?!? Are you gigging with that monster? :huh
CC Deluxe has tap tempo and the bright option (not as dark as the standard CC).
DD-7/8 sounds great with an external tap option.
The Greer Little Samson was a nice sounding Plexi-ish MiaB that stacked well when I had it a couple years ago.
MXR M300 maybe?
I dug that... hate to admit I don’t know who Jimmy Hall is though? :huh
(Ahhhhh, Wet Willie!)
Side note - never seen CS play a strat. :aok
Done. But confused how some of those questions can help TBH.
Amp 11 (big box) is my only four knob OD... well, mainly because of the CoT boost that adds so much. :aok
FWIW... both my three knob ODs have a...
An SLO or early 60s vintage Fender.