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Conversation Between AngstRiddenDreams and TheBigGroove
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  1. AngstRiddenDreams
    08-30-2013 04:13 PM - permalink
    AngstRiddenDreams
    Hey man you ever make it down into Clallam Bay? I bought a PRS Mike Mushok!
  2. TheBigGroove
    04-24-2013 03:26 PM - permalink
    TheBigGroove
  3. AngstRiddenDreams
    03-05-2013 07:40 PM - permalink
    AngstRiddenDreams
    You sold your Axe. Ah well
    What is your rig now?
  4. TheBigGroove
    02-28-2013 08:16 PM - permalink
    TheBigGroove
    nah man was just kidding about the spider, but christ...don't know why anyone would pay for, or even want a spider halfstack. They sound ....ing awful at any volume level above "off"
  5. AngstRiddenDreams
    02-28-2013 08:08 PM - permalink
    AngstRiddenDreams
    Haha my friend has a spider II half stack and it sounds like fizzy thin ass hole.
    I'll definitely do what I can to help, never used an Axe before.
  6. TheBigGroove
    02-28-2013 07:42 PM - permalink
    TheBigGroove
    sounds good pard...honestly you could actually help me make some patches on the Axe when I get set up over there...I've been working so much (at least 60hrs a week) that when I can finally play every night, I don't want to fiddle with the thing hahaha...terrible. Still playing my $3500 mayones on a line6 spider 2
  7. AngstRiddenDreams
    02-28-2013 07:37 PM - permalink
    AngstRiddenDreams
    The only time I've ever played a seven string was a low end ltd 7 in Guitar Center in Tacoma. When you move to Clallam I will definitely jam with you. I have a drum set, and my pod hd500+monitor at my house so you could just bring a guitar and be set. Or your axe fx
    I play drums pretty well too.
  8. TheBigGroove
    02-28-2013 07:09 PM - permalink
    TheBigGroove
    Yeah exactly, they're just not really my style. But like I said, they sit in the mix just about perfectly. I've been into more vintage style pups lately. JB/59, CL/LF, PAFs and the like. You really do need to come check the fiddles out tho mang. when I was your age (hahaha) I actually had to drive into Seattle just to play a 7-string for the first time. Also, should be moving your way in the next few months.
  9. AngstRiddenDreams
    02-27-2013 03:59 PM - permalink
    AngstRiddenDreams
    Yeah I know what you mean, it's so tight that you have to play everything perfectly and really focus on what you are doing. The thing I love the most about it is it's compression. It makes it hit really hard, that's the only way I can describe it. Like smacking a snare drum. I dig compressed high output pickups though, I played Emg's for a long time and liked them. Same with black outs. My D-activator x's have more output than any Emg's i've played. They're almost scary high output
  10. TheBigGroove
    02-27-2013 03:46 PM - permalink
    TheBigGroove
    Ohhh that's right it's that PRS hardtail bridge...looks pretty damn similar from the pics, if anything the string spacing may be a tad different. The only thing with the aftermaths for me was that when I was just sitting down and playing/jamming they didn't have the sound that made me want to just let loose if that makes sense...a tad compressed. But for recording, once I did some post-eq and mastering and all that, it did seem to get a bit closer to the "sound I heard in my head" kind of a thing. I'm more of a plug-and-play kind of a guy though so playing-tone is more important to me than recording-tone.

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