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Great first impression after installing the 1959 Blues set in my R9 today. They sound (and feel) exactly like they are described.
EF86 side rocks for sure, I like using the lower input with a dirt pedal pushing it. Very touch sensitive, huge sounding. Loud as hell. A true...
Fantastic, could hear everything clearly. Better sound than I am used to at larger venues like United Center in Chicago.
Very true. Closest thing to experiencing what might have been is to go see Beatles tribute RAIN. Those guys are mind blowing.
Bound for Moline tomorrow. 8th Sir Paul show for me, never gets old.
Get a cheap multimeter or borrow one
Try some new strings
Matchless DC-30. Get to crank it up every so often. Usually go wireless and I must leave the room. Looks like an earthquake zone after awhile :-)
Those first four Aerosmith albums are seminal, that album in particular the cherry on the sundae
Doesn't get any better, superb choice
Went to a B.O.C. show the other night and a guy was wearing a STARZ t-shirt, not something you'd expect to see here in middle America
Agree 100%. That is a great rockin tele pickup.
So many of the greats already mentioned. Sir Paul for me, honorable mentions go to Elton John, Peter Wolf and Steven Tyler ...
Air suspension, yes
Great sounding stuff, highly recommended
VPI made (makes?) a TT with a phono preamp and headphone jack built right into the unit
How about these guys:
Have one of these cabs ... in orange no less ... with an Orange Hard Wired Tiny Terror sitting on it ... someone's gonna be happy
Have two S models, one pre-lawsuit and the other more recent. Suspect most of tonal differences between the two can be explained by the one-piece...
+1 to check the bridge saddle. Had this issue with a '65 D18 and getting the saddle seated properly really helped along with a refret.
Seriously great stuff
Great place to see a show. Caught a set of blues upstairs in the speakeasy ... very nice.