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    1. BHuard75
      Yah the fish is awesome. Its so responsive to the power amp and inherits its sound qualities. Its also responsive to overdrive like a mofo. Im smashing the front end with a fortin grind pedal and/or cascading a clean drive mk413 > fortin grind == crazy metal tone.

      My fish actuall has two brown channels. The strato channel was mod'd by bogner for the second brown. Its a little less compressed and open sounding... A notiable comparision would be with the blue channel on a 5153. Very close in feel and vibe.
    2. asher

      I blame Go Set a Watchman.

      It's okay, it's actually my middle name, my first is Matthew. So I'm well hosed about unique names...
    3. asher
      That's pretty rad! I'm doing aite with them, but I just kinda mess around with them, haven't delved very deep.

      I need to get a good tremolo set up, I love a good trem effect.
    4. asher


    5. asher
      Wooooo! Nice!
    6. asher
      Eeeeexcellent :D

      Probably no sale, but you never know, and someone on the Gear forum might pop one up.
    7. blaxquid
      LOL thanks for the support, dude has a short fuse...
    8. asher
      You has a sexy, sexy Skervy. I think we're cool.
    9. asher

      I almost never get really sweet deals like that, usually I see them, miss them, and then bite the next normal or higher one, so another :fawk: for good measure :lol:
    10. asher
      $2250 shipped, the MFC was basically brand new.
    11. asher
      Yep :D

      I wasn't necessarily looking to do it soon, but then a pretty good deal popped up here for a MkI Axe-II AND a MkI MFC101 for what I'm seeing the individual IIs go for mostly, so I pounced. I've actually had the II for a month or two but only got around to setting it up two weeks ago.
    12. asher
    13. asher

      See music video by Tycho uses infrared emitter from Microsoft Kinect
    14. asher
      Okay, so not tomorrow, but you guys look like you do nice stuff!
    15. asher
      sweet. it's pretty late, I'll check yours out tomorrow. could try starting a thread!
    16. asher
      awesome, congrats dude! I graduated from University of Virginia undergrad in '12, and since August I've been at VMDO Architects: Innovative Design for K-12 and Higher Education. Imagine I'm looking at grad school in ~2.5 years, no idea where yet.
    17. cip 123
      cip 123
      Yea haha, I saw you're Skervesen in your profile pic, I love that thing man.
    18. Daf57
      Thanks for the friend request!! :)
    19. M3CHK1LLA
    20. Daf57
      I mostly use that amp for clean tones. I use a parallel chorus/delay set up into a compressor. I read elsewhere on the web that that tube will improve the clean sound as well as the gain. Certainly worth a try for $12! :)
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    Boston, MA
    Junior Architect
    Primary Seven:
    Skervesen Viper 7 "Octopu
    Main Rig:
    Real Name:
    Primary ERG:
    Agile Septor 827 Elite
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Skervesen Viper 7 "Octopus" w/ Dual BKP Warpigs
    Other Guitars:
    Skervesen Viper Octopus 7 - Warpigs
    Ibanez BTB1406e
    Agile Septor 827 Elite (white w/ Lace Deathbar/ Xbar 4.0 combo)
    PRS copy
    Dean Flying V- Custom
    Hohner SR DEVIL Custom
    Custom Strat/SG Combo
    Ibanez SR350 Bass - defeated and tuned to 5ths
    Takamine Acoustic
    Blackstar Ht-5 combo
    Vox AD100VT - never use this...
    Effects & Pedals:
    Keeley 4-knob compressor
    Maxon OD 808
    Boss NS-2
    (2) Boss GE-7 EQ
    Boss Rv-3 Reverb/Delay
    ISP Decimator
    Morely Bad Horsie Wah II
    Darkglass Microtubes B7k
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    JBL lsr305s
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Focusrite 2i2
    Music recording/editing, Architecture


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    Basti talking about Chuck: "RIP man, what an inspiration. Proof that death metal exists to make the world aware of its own brutality, rather than add to it."
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