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Love it!Thanks! I've actually been messing with the clean channel settings on my amp lately but did that comparison with my older settings (bright switch on and T and B at noon) because that's how I recorded the before clip. I turned the bright off, added a little more gain, rolled B back to like 4 and T up to like 7 to compensate for the bright being off and it's realllllllly nice with this guitar and my Suhr T. I also turned the brights off on my gain channels and rolled the treble up a tad to like noon.... it's a little warmer. here's a clip of those settings... I like it a lot. Clean, PT blue channel with the guitar volume down to like 7 or 8, and then guitar volume maxed with a Klon sound into the blue channel
As far as the Players go, it's... fine. It's not my $4600 custom build Suhr that plays like perfection, but it's fine for a mid level guitar. It really could use a nut and maybe some tuners since these have a little more play in them than I like, but I paid $275 for it so i'm not complaining too much. The Player series seems pretty typical Fender (I played a LOT of them when I was looking for a second guitar... strats and mustangs mostly but whatever was available I played) and the QC is about what you'd expect at that price point. There are things I'd upgrade for sure, but at the same time I'm not complaining.
Ah ok - kind of what I figured. I tried a bunch of the Player series when they were released and actually kind of liked the teles as a cheap guitar to bring around. Also I want to learn how to setup guitars and solder so I thought it might be a fun project. (I know I don't need to spend money to learn these things but this is TGP lol)