Gun muffs, maybe?
The electronic type..
Originally designed to amplify speech using external mics and then shut off if noise over a certain threshold is detected --i.e. muzzle blast.
In rev's use case, assuming he isn't standing within arm's length of the drummer, he could use a pair of these...
Best friend taught me back in ‘03, before buying a ‘98 eclipse gs.. loved that car, drove it for 10 years.
drive an ‘08 g37s 6mt now. Clutch has a long throw but short ‘window’. Smooth launches from 1st we’re tough, even thought about swapping for an adjustable fulcrum pedal. Hurt my lower back...
Was totally referring to the neck-through Boden models. Oh yessss, dat heel ‘does it’ for me.
Not too worried about anyone else’s assessment and I don’t expect much impact from my 2 cents either. I simply know what I like, I like what I see and I am free to express my desires.
or release neck-through production models, that bulky heel is the only complaint I have about my boden OS-8.
I like Ola, I want to support the guy. Really. But $6k+ and possibly a year wait (or longer) to have the best neck-through heel since the Parker fly, hurts a little. Might as...
With malicious intent. Had a similar issue w/ Air Canada back in 2016. Bought a SRC-608b from a pawnshop in Quebec City, then a new hard case from a small guitar shop. Fortunately it was the hard case that took the damage. Filed a claim regardless and when they asked me to take it to a leather...
Pretty much a deal-breaker these days if it has a bolt-on neck, unless the particular guitar has some new tech I’m interested in like the boden OS8 I have. When production neck-through Strandbergs happen, I’ll be selling it on.
Outside of the usual suspects these guys have stood out to me the most, in no particular order. They each have a very tasteful vocabulary, pleasant tone and can get shreddy as needed. Though I haven't...
It would be great to be able to withstand a dynamic range of over 200-db, hear things as they are meant to be heard. Alas, affordable elective cochlear implants are still a ways off and I'm not sure of audio quality.. So my friend, any of the solutions mentioned above would do wonders for your...
i personally use the bridge pickup 99% of the time, that 1% is only because i recently started experimenting with neck + bridge pups in series and happen to like that for leads and cleans.
most of the time i prefer to plug in and go. So iv'e added a push/pull pot to my m8m, wired as a blower...
To be specific; I would keep both channels of the 2:90 at 25 to 50%, then use the master output volume of my AxeFX to attenuate as needed.
I know nothing about the engl pre, but if the op can get it to saturate nicely before hitting the master gain stage, then he can use it to attenuate AND...
Have used a 2:90 at home for years. Yes you can run it at bedroom levels, I've done so with 4 cabs just fine. But when you turn up to 'rehearsal' volume, you may never want to go back.
If the price is too good, .... the haters.