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Posted 23 July 2008 - 07:20 AM
My vintage strat is special to me. It looks like no one elses, and it's an heirloom from my dad who died when I was very young.
It's one of my prized possessions. If anyone stole it I would stab them.
my strat is a vintage one also
well what left of it
the body suffered some damage in the 80's or something and was replaced
and the tailpiece was replace with a kahler
and the bridge pickup was replaced with an 80's dimarzio something or another
but the neck and two of the single coils are all original American Fender
Posted 23 July 2008 - 03:18 PM
Is that a fat comment? I'm not fat, I'm husky.oh my god, you're a giant.
Shorter hair (there is NOT a stage monitor under my left foot. I am NOT Mark Tremonti.)
i'll take/post pics of my gear when i get my Ibanez Musician.
Never really thought about that, but this picture does in fact display me in a rather large way.
Posted 23 July 2008 - 03:31 PM
that AX1000G is so much fun. best multi-pedal i've ever played, to be honest - and i've tried a ton, working @ GC.
ya it is fun and also the best multi ive ever played too only downfall is the distortion which has a few soild ones and the cabinet settings arent the greatest
Posted 23 July 2008 - 04:05 PM
Fender AVRI Jaguar
Fender A.Series Tele
Gibson P90 SG
loop- Boss DD20 -> Eventide Timefactor -> Boss RC2-> Boss TU2
Front- EB Volume -> Boss BD2-> Russian Muff
also have an octave down/fuzz that i havent hooked up yet,
its by Boston Engineering, idk if anyone else has heard of them. Got it on the cheap, we'll see how it fares... either way its built well and the bypass wasnt bad from what i heard in store.
Posted 23 July 2008 - 04:16 PM
I've played a few but never got to play one that's set up to my taste, so I kind of went in blind on the purchase. The good things I've heard about them though is that they're not outsourced, they're manufactured in Europe, not Taiwan or China like some other brands sold in the U.S. I'm assuming because they're manufactured in Europe that they're comparable to the Gretsch Renowns manufactured here in the states.. A few of my old drum instructors have only had good things to say about them as long as you get something from the Dominion series and up, and that's an Ash Dominion. Just the sizes I wanted on the kit too. I'll let you know when I get it how it turns out, I plan on putting Coated Remo Ambassadors on the batter side and Hazy Remos on the resonant side, Evans EQ4 on the bass drum batter and a white resonant head, haven't checked out who sells white resonant heads but I plan on doing artwork on it so.
just bought this set.
How are those DDrum kits? never tried one before.
I WILL COME BACK WITH INFORMATION.
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