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I agree on the OR15......extremely inspiring amp that is very touch sensitive.
I gave away a Roland Cube 40.....no regrets.
Having owned and played an unfinished guitar for 12 years and then having it professionally refinished a couple years ago I have experienced the...
Low output pickups adjusted low ( close to the pick guard) usually make for nice quack in my experience.
I love golf and I love guitar....but I would never try to mix the 2.....cause that would produce something extremely ugly.
I would never expect a hand made instrument to be flawless. That is the beauty of a hand made instrument.
They are an interesting speaker. I have a cab loaded with 75's from the 80's that I purchased from a studio in the 2000's because it sounded so...
I grew up playing guitar fun the 80's and 90's when there were plenty of pedals, rack gear and channel switching amps. Playing with the volume /...
Vet10 in a Pro Jr
I had to replace the PT in my 1971 JMP 50.......and it sounds outstanding :cool:
The lack of A2 magnets is a deal breaker....
Worth it: Barber Gain Changer
Disappointment / Way overhyped: Timmy
I think Dimarzio was hitting the mark with the high output pickup craze in the 80's and Duncan is more in line with what a lot of consumers are...
For me anything over 9 lbs is considered heavy....and I own 3 Les Paul's that are 10+ lbs and sound/feel fantastic. :cool:
Rosewood looks better imo but I guess there is not an endless supply. I will stick with rosewood for any of my purchases.
This sounds like great entertainment lol
Les Paul by deepcove17 posted Dec 28, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Killer guitar tone and killer players!
No but for the right price I would.
Gain Changer is an extremely versatile pedal.....so happy to have discovered this pedal.:cool:
GM Vintage Restorations. I acquired a paint stripped 1961 Strat and had GM refinish in sonic blue. Excellent job right down to the finish not...
GC is a solid pedal....so many tones...so versatile....and sounds great.
You hit 2 out or 3....the are all harsh.