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I found it, and it's not on the chart: it's the old Ibanez JPM :lol:
I started making this chart back in 2014 to myself, trying to figure out all those EBMM John Petrucci sigs. [IMG]
Today I updated the chart with...
I have played on many tube amps, but I never wanted to buy one. I always liked digital modelers for two reasons:
* lots of different sounds;
Good ol' Dunlop Jazz III blacks, for more than a decade now.
That's one beautiful instrument.
But IMO the back is prettier than the top, so I'd have build it the other way around.
If you like guitars but you don't like to play, your subconscious probably sees guitars as furniture that you enjoy collecting.
One thing you'll want to pay attention is the fit of nut slots. I've seen some guitars where the nut slots are cut exactly for some gauge, so that...
Uh, sorry for the ignorance, but what happened to Dave Mustaine's gear?
Still on the PRS bandwagon, and for some complementary tone... I'd say the Silver Sky is your best bet.
Oh boy :lol: :lol: :lol:
Nice concept. I doubt I'd ever use it, but it's cool.
I used the ordinary black Jazz III for years, until I discovered the wonderfull Jazz III Ultex XL... since then, I can't play anything else! :bowdown:
The man all Maiden fans would like to send to the gallows.
For a couple years I played exclusively 7's. At some point, at the non-metal band I was playing, I realized I didn't really need the 7th: I was...
Really good, respect.
Out of curiosity: where did you take the isolated bass & keyboard tracks from?
Stainless steel frets forever. I'll never play anything else.
It's interesting how that double-dot 7th makes the guitar neck look so short... at least that's the optical illusion I get every time.
Or even better, 4 packs of D'Addario.
I just saw this right after it came out. Very excited. The original is great, fortunately they chose to make a sequel, not a f---ing remake.