KnightBrolaire
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KnightBrolaire

Chronic GAS, Male, from MN, USA

I need to start tabbing my riffs, I can never remember them Aug 25, 2019

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    1. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      I need to start tabbing my riffs, I can never remember them
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    2. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      the vht ul blows
    3. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      Hour of Penance is so good
    4. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      take a shot everytime Budda tells someone to just buy a 5150.
    5. Empryrean
      Empryrean
      hey there! Saw you are a big fan of Elysian pickups and actually have a set, can I ask you if you have any experience with the Duncan Custom?
      1. KnightBrolaire
        KnightBrolaire
        yeah I've used the custom and custom 5 extensively. Elysians in general are quite mid forward/snarlier in the midrange, more modern sounding, with a quite tight/responsive low end and a lot of high end on tap. They're very clear for the amount of output they have and split sounds are great. The Trident I and II sets are good for pretty much anything from blues/jazz to doom/techdeath/djent/whatever.
        May 9, 2019
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      2. KnightBrolaire
        KnightBrolaire
        The Custom/Custom 5 are comparatively scooped sounding. They have more low end and high end than they do mids. It's not a huge scoop, but it's enough of one to give the pickups a big tight sound when they're pushed hard. Cleans are quite good and the low end stays pretty tight/responsive for how big the low end feels. They're excellent pickups for blues/rock/thrash/death metal .
        May 9, 2019
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      3. Empryrean
        Empryrean
        Thank you! So it seems that the Elysian Tridents have a bump in the mids whereas the Custom is more of a midscooped PU, funny how that works! I'm looking for low end and that cold scooped tone the custom has seems to fit the bill.
        May 9, 2019
    6. NickS
      NickS
      Also, I've already got a Crunchlab laying around, how would it work/sound in my new HSS Strat (alder body)?
      1. KnightBrolaire
        KnightBrolaire
        You should be fine, the crunchlab is a relatively chunky/thick sounding pickup and does fine in brighter guitars. I'm pretty sure most of the EBMM JP line are either basswood or alder bodies.
        May 6, 2019
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    7. NickS
      NickS
      Dude, have you done any single coils testing with the insane amount of pickups you've tested?
      1. KnightBrolaire
        KnightBrolaire
        so far I've only tried the stock pickups in my tele and a Dirty Harry bridge from Rio Grande. Once I'm satisfied with my other shootouts I might start up a single coil shootout.
        May 6, 2019
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    8. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      eat your weedlyweedlys you'll grow up to be a half decent guitarist
    9. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      JuSt BuY a 5150 hurrr durr
    10. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      qUiT BeInG So OpInIoNatEd
    11. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      ThE CuStOm 5 iS tOo ScOoPeD iN tHe MiDs
    12. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      starting the slow descent into dad rcok guitars
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    16. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      7321 posts, same as my first 7 string :p
    17. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      my brain's logic: 100$ for bkp or boutique= deal, 85$ for dimarzio= highway robbery
    18. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      buy my 8 strings so I can buy more 8 strings
    19. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      selling all my gear so I can buy corgis
    20. KnightBrolaire
      KnightBrolaire
      when i grow up i want to be a space marine
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    MN, USA
    Occupation:
    nursing
    Primary Seven:
    schecter km7 mkiii
    Main Rig:
    Revv 100p/Peters FSM
    Real Name:
    alex
    Band:
    n/a
    Myspace URL:
    n/a
    Primary ERG:
    Knightro Pioneer 8
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    schecter km7 mkiii standard, ESP LTD Black Winter Viper Baritone 7, Ormsby Metal X7
    Other Guitars:
    see "about me"
    Preamp/Amps:
    Boogie mk3C+, Peters FSM, Revv 100p, Mesa F30/F100, PRS Archon, Peavey XXX
    Effects & Pedals:
    dod boneshaker, Behringer HM300, Boss MT2 modded, Abominable Evil Ned, Avalanche Run
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    celestion v30s
    amps are going direct to torpedo reload most of the time
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    focusrite scarlett 2i4, presonus producer studio edition,reload/wall of sound/fortin nameless plugin/thermionik
    Misc/Other Gear:
    Waghorn Sauria SM8 on the way
    Daemoness 6 string explorer on the way
    8 strings:
    1. knightro tele 8 "la sombra"
    2. knightro explorer 8 "the beast"
    3. strandberg boden 8 custom refinish "Jaws"
    4. red sparkle star 8 string "Dorothy" *in progress*

    7 strings:

    1. Schecter KM7 MKIII Standard "Slimer"
    2. LTD Black Winter Viper Baritone
    3. Ormsby Metal X7 "stabby mcstabberson"

    6 strings:

    1.orangeburst Carvin DC600 with holy diver bridge, elysian alnico v neck "Hobbes"
    2.PRS MM with *whatever pickups I'm testing at the moment*
    3. ferrari red USA Charvel Star (custom 5 and 59 neck) "enzo"
    4. "doommaster" jazzmaster baritone with elysian tridents - Complete
    5. "eyesore" Road Flare Red tele baritone with guitarmory atlas pickups - Complete
    6. "hellgate" super strat *in progress*
    7."miko mido" blue sparkle tele with bkp impulse set- complete
    8. Jackson Gus G star (elysian hellfires)
    9. explorer *in progress*
    10.sparkle red tele "Toto" -complete
    11. agile baritone LP with fishman moderns
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