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I'd recommend a gear or belt reduction for the sanding drum, your table saw motor will likely be 3450 rpm, most direct drive sanders will be 1700 rpm.
My vote is for the mark V since I was very happy with mine, but I would also check out the recto roadster head. 4 channels with lots of...
Ahem, Dunlop flush mount strap locks. Useful on Strandberg types so the protruding strap button doesn't pierce your supple breast flesh.
Picked up a pair of Eminence em12 speakers for my ported 2x12 cab, replacing an Eminence manowar and legend. Hoping it'll be a little softer on...
If it's just a bit low you can also try shimming it with paper or a business card instead of trying to track a new nut down.
You assume too much that I give any shits about Kiesel. I just thought it was an amusing partnership you and ax formed. I have no interest in...
You were probably too busy liking every single mbardu post ;)
Ah he finally got banned? Thank fuck.
I just tell myself I'm a shit musician and I don't deserve it, gas solved.
Cranked my powered Kemper (600w) through my friends 1960A cab, didn't quite dime it though for fear of damaging the celestion voice coils....
You don't need any special hangers, just add another one on the bottom.
That would work fine, or a up against a belt sander, or even by hand with a flat piece of whatever with sandpaper on it. Personally I'd recommend...
MIC here, 67mm pocket.
Just for the record, you can run the studio with no speaker or dummy load and use the di or USB out for signal.
:laughs in drummer:
Probably not, that would be tough to take to gigs.
Could you run a multimeter on the controller while it's running to monitor voltage and current to see if it dips when it misses?
Only 1 of 21 for me, guess I'm doing it wrong?
Definitely don't use power tools for that thin of an adjustment, you will get into trouble quickly and be screwed. I'd glue some 150 grit...