aeronaut
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Birthday:
Aug 12, 1983 (Age: 34)
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aeronaut

SS.org Regular, 34, from Florida

aeronaut was last seen:
Aug 29, 2017
    1. Bidal
      Bidal
      what did they do for you as customer service. i never had to call or anything but it'd be nice to know how much help i'd get if i ran into issues
    2. Bidal
      Bidal
      Nice Axes man lol Agile is so good for the price, even the licensed floyds are like the real thing
    3. vigil785
      vigil785
      Hmmm, Im not sure how different the S7420 is compared to the 7320. I have never owned a 7420 so I dont know for sure but I think the phase I will drop right in. I had plenty of room in mine. I have heard that you might have to route depth wise to get them in but im really not sure. I didnt have to do any routing to mine. Let me know how it comes out.
    4. vigil785
      vigil785
      Hey! I put the phase I in it. I wanted to have the option to switch back to passives. I just bought an RG 7420, I will probably put the phase II in that one.
    5. teelguitars
      teelguitars
      Very cool! I went to MHS my first two years then Booker in Sarasota.
    6. Ryan
      Ryan
      I built it ;D
    7. shupe13
      shupe13
      cool man i hope it helped
    8. shupe13
      shupe13
      dude i have not played the 7420, so i have nothing to compare, but i truly dig the s7320. i had no problem going from my lp 6 to the 7. the neck is very thin and fast. the body is so comfortable. the ah pups sound very good to me stand alone or driving effects. balanced very well. i only drop a 1/2 cent but i know i could go much lower. but the bomb is the zr tremolo!!!!! i love the adjustment. man this thing can take a beating not to mention it looks awsome. all i can suggest is for you to try one out, but i love mine.
    9. ElRay
      ElRay
      I plan to push-out what I can. Kind of a "Report from Ground Zero"
    10. ElRay
      ElRay
      It should be interresting. Basically, it's a "if they sleep in the dirt, you sleep in the dirt" mission -- A lot of outside the wire work. We've even got a basic Dari handbook we're supposed to be studying before we get to the Mobilization site. I'll post what updates I can once I get there.
    11. ElRay
      ElRay
      Ah, with a handle of "aeronaut", I was assuming Air Force. My Dad's ex-Navy. I'm (for the next five weeks) Army Reserve. I'll be heading to Afghanistan for a year as a Team Leader for the Medical part of an Embedded Training Team.
    12. ElRay
      ElRay
      Welcome abord. I'm assumign Air Force. Active Duty, Reserves, where, etc?
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    Birthday:
    Aug 12, 1983 (Age: 34)
    Home Page:
    http://www.myspace.com/etchasketch13
    Location:
    Florida
    Occupation:
    aviation
    Primary Seven:
    agile interceptors
    Main Rig:
    Peavey 6505+
    Band:
    N/A
    Primary ERG:
    agile interceptor pro 27"
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    S7420 with emgs, rg1527 with Black Outs, rg7420 with Black Outs, rg7321, ax7221, agile interceptor 27" and 25.5" scales.
    Other Guitars:
    two s520's.
    Preamp/Amps:
    Peavey 6505+, line 6 hd147 (a.k.a. "the toaster").
    Effects & Pedals:
    line 6 fbv shortboard.
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    randall 4x12 cab and a randall cab loaded with a 15 and two 12's.
    Misc/Other Gear:
    monster cables, ghs boomers (.010-.060) for the 7's tuned to drop A and (.010-0.54) for drop B tuning and (.011-.050) for the sixers.
    chill

    playing guitar, sketching

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