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I’m using a Donner Noise Killer and am happy with the result.
I’m trying the trial and am really impressed. It sounds nothing like my rectoverb or Invective which is great. I’ll probably buy it.
Yeah I was towards the back all evening. The friend I was with is 65 years old and not quite up to moshing. I was the freezing long haired dude...
Everyone around me was freezing their asses off. It was worth it though. :)
It was pretty cool hearing Periphery as a three piece. It allowed me to dissect a little more of what’s going on.
But holy crap it was freezing!...
I currently own a Classic 30, 50 watt rectoverb combo and a Invective. Obviously the Invective is my one amp to rule them all.
Cya tonight Bulb. :)
Gibson could disappear tomorrow and I wouldn’t even notice. I doubt I’m alone.
Easy to program your daw to switch channels and such though. :)
I was stuck in all male boarding military school from 85-91. These magazines helped save me. In a world without internet they were the only source...
How about using wireless midi and an iPad or similar?
The two notes reload is also a nice unit worth considering.
I’m bummed we’re down a man but the tickets were cheap so I’m not going to complain. Silver Spring. :)
What about progressive tonewoods? I’ve heard they sound best.
I’ve got to assume neither of you have played a nicer guitar? Ignorance is bliss. :)
Just use the test points. No need to complicate things. Biasing an amp is part science part art. Your not going to get the exact same reading...
Looks like typical Agile garbage to me.
The green mile is a pretty sweet pedal. Worth trying.
My assembled in USA model is running great. No burnt leds.
Uncle Ben is a great resource. But I do guiltily enjoy the occasional Stevie T video.
You did a nice job. Only you will know. :)