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    1. liamh
      Happy ngd mate :)
    2. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      I've just realised what I said before was wrong, I didn't mean warmer neck pickup tone I meant brighter!
    3. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      Like I said, awesome shit!

      It goes without saying that you should post up an NGD! :yesway:
    4. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      Scrapped the 'under £400' plan then? :lol:

      Awesome shit man, what finish?
    5. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      It would be possible yes, but you'd be at risk of the whole thing going wrong, I'd keep it as it is personally and just make do with the the warmer neck tone and awkward pickup positioning.

      Let me know how it goes!
    6. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      ESP is better than Schecter in all price brackets - fact ;)

      What do you mean by dedicated? Do you mean move the neck pickup so it's not in an annoying place?
    7. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      Get the SC-207, then later down the line get some Painkillers for it :agreed:
    8. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      Tricky one!

      As an ESP/LTD advocate I'm going to have to advise you to buy the SC-207 :)
    9. Xiphos68
      Hey, Dude
      Thank you so much I appreciate that!

      Thanks and God Bless, H.R.
    10. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      Ah man, Traces album won't surface til late '10, maybe early '11 at the earliest!

      We're working on it, but trust me, there is SO much hard work that goes into an EP/album/CD you wouldn't believe how much of a big deal it is :lol:

      I had no doubt Rob's a cool guy, it's just some of the stuff he says makes me cringe but that's probably because in my world and with everything I know we all think we're too cool for school :agreed:

      Can't wait for that NGD!
    11. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      I thought it must've been something like that :lol:

      I should've been more careful with my wording though :agreed:
    12. Scar Symmetry
      Scar Symmetry
      Was it you who negged me for the Rob Chappers 'Twat' comment? I didn't mean it in a malicious way you know, more that he's a bit 'gimp' if you know what I mean? Maybe it's an 80s kid thing :lol:
    13. distressed_romeo
      Very nice indeed!:)
    14. distressed_romeo
      I think we're both overdue some good luck at this point. Here's hoping the trend continues! \m/

      Oooh, is your new axe a Lag?
    15. distressed_romeo
      Two things...

      1) Happy birthday!:)

      2) Congrats on the job! On a similar note, I'm starting an internship this morning, so I know how relieved you must be.:yesway:
    16. ShadyDavey
      So, in case anyone visits....:)

      I got a part time job, a guitar coming, and hopefully a Zoom. Life does not currently suck!!

      Shred Reviews- Reviews for the High Tech Guitarist is my latest project - feel free to visit and say Hi.
    17. Herb Dorklift
      Herb Dorklift

      I want another Explorer :)
    18. Mr. Big Noodles
      Mr. Big Noodles
      Dude, I've been reading some threads in the General Music Discussion forum, and I really appreciate your input. You take a very meditated approach to things, and your comments really do stick out from the rest.
    19. ShadyDavey
      "A new insult for my arsenal!"

      Always happy to be of service :D
    20. Fred the Shred
      Fred the Shred
      Here I am, the man able to squeeze his fingers in order to play at the 36th fret! :P
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    Sep 30, 1970 (Age: 51)
    Home Page:
    Peterborough, UK
    Anything within reason.
    Primary Seven:
    Carvin DC727
    Main Rig:
    Fender, Zoom, Roland
    Real Name:
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Carvin DC 727 (mahogany, 20" radius)
    Gary Kramer GKG R-36 Turbulence with Blackout P2
    Fender Champ
    Roland Cube 40 XL
    Effects & Pedals:
    Zoom G2.1u
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Pro Tools
    M-audio Fast Track
    Guitar Rig Pro 4 + Amplitube
    Guitar Port + POD Farm
    Misc/Other Gear:
    Jazz III pick
    Red Bear Tough Tone "lil Jazzer"
    Red Bear Tortis Original "lil jazzer"
    Elixir and D'addario strings
    Born, Failed, Gave up.

    Musis, music, art, poetry and anything which allows the use of a large shirt


    While raping a bear in Yellowstone and snorting coke out of a freshly-dead baby's skull, I finally felt that I had found my calling and built a time machine out of Iraqi WMDs and LOTS OF HEMP WHOA. Using this time machine I went back in time and shot JFK from outer fucking space. I am now your god - Jeff
    .....and then all of a sudden he drops the musical equivilant of a steaming turd right in our laps - ESP Griffyn