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Dude, you get one shot at life. Live it your own way and forget what anyone else thinks. Oh, and be sure to rock the hell out of that awesome 408!
How else can you grab the right guitar when you need it? Fumble through the cases, guessing which one to open?
This is much easier.
I own a Korina McCarty BRW and a stock '04 McCarty, both with soapbars. The Korina is more midrange focused, which I personally like a lot. However, the stock pickups were a little too muddy with...
A nice house on one of the mountain lakes just east of Salzburg, Austria.
Very very cool. Absolutely love the vibe, you just know it's gonna sound killer. Congrats!
One of the nicest PS's I've seen, fantastic job in spec'ing it out. Very very cool. Congrats!
I like em a lot. I play a lot of different styles of music, and prefer Soapbars for clean to medium gain sounds. I'm not a huge fan of them at higher gain stuff, for that I prefer humbuckers. I...
not sure what you mean... Heavy in terms of weight? No more than a McCarty, which run between 6-8 pounds on average. Heavy as in sound? Not in a balls to the wall heavy metal kind of way. ...
I'm a big fan of attenuators, particularly THD Hot Plates. They maintain the overall tone of the amp while allowing you to keep your amp unmodified. I gigged with a non-master volume Dr Z Route...
Congrats on your P24! They have one of the best clean tones I've ever heard, with the HB's and Piezo blended. You're going to love it.
408's can get cover a lot of ground and the single coil sounds are quite good. With the right amp you can make it sound like pretty much anything. The single coil bridge is Tele-like, the single...
Congrats! You're gonna love it!
A Korina Soapbar McCarty is way, way up on my recommendation list. Mine is the the single best sounding guitar I own.
FWIW I suspect the Walnut limited colors may be a little darker than the...
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You, sir, are someone that clearly appreciates the higher gain things in life. I respect that. :beer:
EL84s and 6V6s used in low power amps just don't sound like the 6L6s, 5881s or EL34s used in larger amps. IMHO smaller power sections have less clean headroom, sound thinner, and have less low end...
Great books, the show is really entertaining too. Lots coming up!
Bee you tee full gee tar!
So am I, Hans. Its been a long time in the making. Mr. Meader & Co took good care of everything up till now, but I just want to go home & play the darn thing!
Ouch! Good luck today!
Are there really any finer words to see before a long weekend? :biggrin: