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Damn son Human Remains - Using Sickness... name check; a tab book gets my cash. Ripping Corpse +1, too for Eric R madness.
Far less nuanced here.
Came for the tone and solos in early vh and stayed for the riffs + songs with later vh (lets just pretend GC didnt happen).
Kinda surprised I like this pedal, a bit pricey.
gossip aside, this thread is a really just a nudge to listen to FUCK again. So good.
Rusty Cooley, for technique; with Dave D you just have to direct him to what you want to learn, Jazz is great; Ry Naylor for all your music theory...
RC's approach is heavy muscle memory, which has its place.
Brett Miller's Modes No More Confusion is a quick chapbook that should fit the bill wrt...
Have you looked into the marshall lead 12 for the jcm sound?
Sneaky effective tool for low volume/high tone playing is the "Power Soak."
Nonetheless the boss pedal looks badass.
Another fender - american pro strat w/maple neck.
Doesn't seem like you want to sell it and with one active on reverb might be difficult to replace.
That said wouldn't a jcm master volume work ?
you didn't drive it right... snark aside
found the 9 to be 'right' vs the 7 that i felt was noticeably lacking, relatively speaking of course
The 9 speed is worth it.
Sorry to see this paralleled my experience.
No issues with Marshall or Peavey.
Honestly the visual representation is disturbing (close up of a record playing all hostage style).
My go to 6 is an American '60s...didn't see that happening.
DOD Octoplus ...f**k you Blessed are the Sick
Couple of things - 1) seems like he just wanted to show he knows music, too (on the spectrum in approach if true)
2) [C]riticism... is work for...
Isn't the FBJ the go to test amp for pedal makers?
right now Vai's intro to "Answers" that Eller put up is...not making me feel good.