Type: Posts; User: Woundtight
Gimme something to get me through the Holiday weekend!
That is awesome.
I think PRS needs a headstock redesign to better accommodate clip on tuners. :wink:
OMG I see I am bringing up the rear again- you take a couple of days off from the Forum and you miss a lot...
DFD, It's about that time to take another swim across the channel to Wonkaville!
Yes , treble bite in the bridge, very articulate, good note separation is another way of describing it. Its not a bad thing, it might be exactly what a SE245 needs.... However, I like a little...
Dat sapwood iz kewl.
That is SO spectacular!
I have Mules in a Les Paul and they have a nice trebly bite. I think they would rock in an SE245.
Sweet P90 goodness! Congrats!
That is cool, another good cover and twist on The Trooper.
Awesome Top, for sure! That neck is equally as good.
...in the night.
Cab sim?! got my attention...I will def check this video out later today. Thanks for sharing!
Don is a great player, that is his personal guitar. I am looking forward to meeting him this summer at Sweetwater's gearfest.
Cool twist on one of the mainstays on my pedalboard, a Phase90.
someone help him post pics. that is an amazing guitar!!!!
Those pics are awesome...I would love to see a few of your own. You will need to use a hosting site like Photobucket, to post pics on...
Nice to hear. Where is the seller located? How many other folks do you think might have owned this one?
I like any of my Bad Cat amps with my DGTs. I like the way a cathode biased amp breaks up, whether it has el-84 or El-34 power tubes. I love the clarity of single notes when I back off the volume...
that is awesome.
He does not. I do on a couple of my DGTs, those strings are heavy!
dat's a nice one!
I think those inlays might be Green Sugilite.
hmmm...that would be a killer Private Stock build.