Just been trawling the Wunjo and Regent Sounds websites but they don’t seem to list the s/h stuff.
That is lovely. Proper surf green with the tortoiseshell pickguard is a legit unsung classic.
I picked up a Triangle Nano Fuzz from EHX yesterday. Goddamn it is a beast of a pedal. I've owned a lot of fuzzes over the years but it's the most 'three dimensional' of any that I've owned. It drags so much nuance out of my own jaguar that it's a total pleasure to play.
New old pedal day... Reverse reverb here we come, perfect recreation of the Hardwire RV-7 except it also allows you to mix some dry signal in there... Ignore the chorus bit, won't be touching it... 😂
I already posted this in the music producers thread but thought here is probably a better place:
I'm after a looper pedal. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I'd like to use this with a guitar and a mic (and sometimes a mic on my saxophone)
Is there one you can use with a mic and a guitar. There must be.
I'd like nice sound, not lots of features. Not loads of money.
I found this quite a good guide, but I just bought a Boss RC-1:
US Nashville B-bender Tele just turned up on an Aussie FB sale group, brand new and only AU$1,250... Sounds too good to be true... Looks like it's sold/been pulled...
BTW Not sure how big a fan I am of that MS70 CDR, it doesn't sound so great with my crunchy clean tone... More experimenting needed...
I'm still really hankering after a uni-vibe of some sort. Anyone got any hot tips?
Have a nose at a DryBell.
Is there nothing they won't licence for merchandise?
Scott, Tom and Nuno? What the actual fuck are they doing?
$25,000, $30,000, and $35,000 for the Tele, Jag, and Strat respectively.
Who would buy one, and why?
Tom is clearly off his chops on coke if recent video sightings have anything to go by. Can't comment on the other two.
They're probably all already sold. I'm in to the dragon scale CNC effect and the 1st fret silver inlays on all of them.
Yay, 12-string guitar purchased! By some stroke of luck (and not very good ebay listing) I bagged myself a barely-used Takamine JG72CE-12 for less than half retail price. It's a beauty, but also an absolute beast. Makes my Sigma 6-string look like a ukulele! Time to do some finger exercises...
That B-bender got relisted yesterday, some twat trying to flip it with an extra $500 on it... Not cool...
That's so shitty.
Saw this today and couldn’t help myself. Not played for 7 years, time to learn again.
Very nice! Is this a 90s Japanese one, or are they painting headstocks again?
One of the CIJ 97-00 jobs. Super clean. The shop offered to trade out to a Mustang bridge so I’m grabbing it in the week.
Pedal Empire? You still in Brissy?
I had a lot of problems with bridges, had to put a Staytrem in to get mine to play at all... That was after trying standard Mustang and Jag bridges, tread carefully!!
Yep. Not leaving without a passport in hand!
Troubles with strings hopping off or buzzing? Hopefully I won’t need to fork out for a staytrem.
Absolutely beautiful. Personally I found no problems with the standard bridge as long as I used the thick as fuck strings it was designed for. Got 13s on my CIJ and no problems with popping or buzzing at all.
Same. Never had any problems with stock bridge, skinny top heavy bottom strings, Eb.
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