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    I didn't post a photo but I did clearly identify...

    I didn't post a photo but I did clearly identify a Boss pedal (RV-3) in my regular rotation.

    I also have and use a DD-2, a DD-5, a CS-2, a CH-1 and Keeley-modified TR2 and GE7s.
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    Main delay is a Toneczar Echoczar (with an...

    Main delay is a Toneczar Echoczar (with an Angelbaby). For a reverb pedal I like the Hardwire Supernatural. Sometimes I get fun times out of my Boss RV-3 though!

    There are other delays & reverbs...
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    That's more or less how I came by my 'Strippers'...

    That's more or less how I came by my 'Strippers' as well. Searched for an LP, and they all sucked.
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    Sweet.

    Sweet.
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    I would play that.

    I would play that.
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    I think 'Counterparts' has gotta be one of the...

    I think 'Counterparts' has gotta be one of the best 'PRS' records out there... although there are definitely other guitars on that record (such as obvious Telecaster during 'Cold Fire') - overall...
  7. vBulletin's (the forum software) search stinks,...

    vBulletin's (the forum software) search stinks, it's that simple, and there's nothing they can really do to make it better.

    Use Google. The best way to do it is to type "search term" and follow it...
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    Rosewood necks feel incredible, that's all I can...

    Rosewood necks feel incredible, that's all I can say, and for me the neck/fingerboard is more about feel than sound on an electric guitar.
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    I reckoned they were veneers but Thomann...

    I reckoned they were veneers but Thomann describes them as 'tops' ... just erring on the side of caution.

    Veneers can be more consistent because you get more of them out of a single block of...
  10. 57/08s in my Strippers. I do have a virgin set of...

    57/08s in my Strippers. I do have a virgin set of 53/10s that I've been looking to pop into something though, just been too lazy/busy/forgetful to do it. Maybe one of the Strippers, maybe my HBII...
  11. Thread: Strings????

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    If you're having a setup done then get whatever...

    If you're having a setup done then get whatever gauge you prefer. You don't have to go with the 'factory' gauge.
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    You gotta be careful with Thomann though... if...

    You gotta be careful with Thomann though... if there are any variations in tops, you may not get the one you want.

    I agree, that quilt is the nicest I've ever seen on an SE and if it's a veneer I...
  13. Peach Guitars, World Guitars, and to a lesser...

    Peach Guitars, World Guitars, and to a lesser extent Wildwire and Guitarguitar all have them in stock at the moment. Have seen others too, not uncommon for a smaller dealer to have maybe just one...
  14. Tonnes in the UK at the moment. 'Regular' models,...

    Tonnes in the UK at the moment. 'Regular' models, 10-tops, Artist Packs galore. Many colours. Double and singlecuts. No shortage!
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    Genuine MOP inlays, an inlaid signature/rosewood...

    Genuine MOP inlays, an inlaid signature/rosewood headstock fascia and a paisley case are the other 'extras.'

    The original 'Stripped' 58 limited run had no 10-tops, but when they made it a proper...
  16. I've seen PRSh encourage modification of their...

    I've seen PRSh encourage modification of their guitars for people that are after something very specific that PRS can't/won't make. No problems with it all if it makes one happy.

    Of course, you...
  17. Sweet neck binding!

    Sweet neck binding!
  18. As a community grows, so grow the problems,...

    As a community grows, so grow the problems, unfortunately. Just as a big city is generally less safe and less friendly than a small town...

    On one hand, those with level heads and excellent...
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    My personal opinion is the 24 fret instruments...

    My personal opinion is the 24 fret instruments don't lend themselves tonally to those genres as much as the 22 fret ones, so I would focus on the latter that fall within your budget. YMMV of course,...
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    The 'Sweet Switch' is available again, but only...

    The 'Sweet Switch' is available again, but only on S2 Starlas.
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    Do you mean the Narrowfields? Previous to that...

    Do you mean the Narrowfields?

    Previous to that model there was an SAS that had two 'SAS Humbuckers' (unidentified other than that) and a Fralin in the middle. Would have been pre 2010 for sure,...
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    Thought that one was a Fralin too?

    Thought that one was a Fralin too?
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    To be fair, if the 57/08s were as inconsistent as...

    To be fair, if the 57/08s were as inconsistent as the PAFs of the era they are influenced by, then they nailed the historical accuracy aspect! :D
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    Is Aquableux just 'Blue Crab Blue' renamed? With...

    Is Aquableux just 'Blue Crab Blue' renamed? With this example especially it looks identical...

    Perhaps 'Blue Crab' doesn't really 'work' outside of the US eastern seaboard?

    (beautiful guitar...
  25. TBH - a long time ago now - it was PRS. The first...

    TBH - a long time ago now - it was PRS. The first ones I tried out as a much younger man underwhelmed me. Never got on with them from a sonic standpoint.

    Then a few years ago the Mira and Starla...
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