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Tremendous information and background - thanks for sharing, much appreciated!
An EQ pedal may be more helpful to you in that case. It could be used to make your existing ODs sound consistently good in front of any amp.
Sorry to bump this, but I have exactly the same question re the Cut & Bite knobs.
I have no issues with NYXL's and I appreciate their longevity as well.
Count me as a big fan too!
Just curious, did you end up hearing anything from Brian?
The Telecaster is an instrument reduced to direct function - and therein lies its power!
I'd love to hear your take on Big vs Little Tweedy...
Can anyone compare and contrast the Il Diavolo, the Il Torino, and the Shin-Juku?
I guess you saw right through it!
I'm after something very specific - a Shoe Savior Machine.
Must be in excellent condition and the Seller must be willing to ship to Canada....
Keepin' it pretty simple...
Looking at the Metal Zone in your profile pic makes my pants tight...
I'm still loving it! Zero complaints, great instrument.
Just for kicks, how would you compare the Simplexity to the KE/64?
I've always been curious, what's the Simplexity all about?
Now & forever & always...
It's truly the only pedal that has been a mainstay on my board for years. I may not be a trem aficionado, but I've still likely owned a dozen...
I just ordered a Menatone Red Snapper directly from Brian Mena.
I snagged an '07 Fender American Vintage Hot Rod '52 Tele for a little below the posted range and I adore it!