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Discussion in 'The Custom Shop' started by Kiwirocker, Dec 1, 2008.
hold the letters up to a mirror and then you'll know, haha
For The Win.
So you can probably imagine what FTMFW is........
You know? I was thinking that but I said to myself, it cant be that simple.
Turned out it was! LOL
personally, i like the strings... just joking
there is Parts Is Parts, AllParts, Vintage Parts, Stew–Mac to name but a few
good luck :~)
Is that your professional opinion?
And by professional I mean pro grade asswhipe.
Me? I'm a pro, world class douche. But I happen to also be a professional musician, recording engineer, studio and store owner.
As such I've played through lots of guitars and amps and I can assure you you wouldn't notice the difference in sound of a nitro finished guitar from an otherwise finished guitar, let alone a chambered one vs a solid block. I also can tell you line6 stuff lasts longer (I don't carry them anymore in the store but I have never gotten any complaints from guys who bought them).
I also happen to own a Gibson robot and 2 other chambered gibsons, 1 Swiss cheesed and a solid body. Im sure you couldn't tell the difference between their sound (aside from the different pickups they have).
I wonder if you would be able to tell the difference from my fat strat or any of my teles and a Gibson with a solid body and nitro on a recording. Maybe you'll even be able to tell me which one of my amps I used for it, what settings and what software, computer and interface.
BTW the asswhipe part was a joke, and Marshall mgs do suck and sound horribly but most people on a budget buy them and like them. I know a guy who doesn't like chocolate. It's a crazy world.
I like this post very much.
does Gibson use these R*'s in an official capacity?
Oh, this one brought forth a terrible mental image!
what do you recommend if you just want a practice amp ? I think Marshal MG 10 is the best bet for the price and well... just likes the looks / name brand... too bad it suck.
It's actually called
I'm surprised no one did this one.
The "CTS" in CTS Pots = Chicago Telephone Supply.
I'm almost scared to ask, what does HNGD mean ?
Happy New Guitar Day
scared is good around here
Thanks for clearing that up for me. Of course,I knew that. Ha Ha!
"HNGD" means "Hanged" if you ask a "stupid" and/or question which has been asked before (of course, how could you know this in advance? – this is the beauty of the system)
Could someone give me an example of sizzle and icepick? I am not sure if these are bad techniques or what?
Is there a song for reference?
clawhammer - playing the banjo
I knew a girl who didn't...even crazier.
Saw this asked, but not answered;
YMMV = Your Milage May Vary. Meaning you may experience different results with the same product.
Saw Top Hats, but didn't see;
Witch Hats = Another common type of volume/tone knobs.
Jim'd = totally 100% ****ed
The only cure for GAS (Gear/Guitar Acquisition Syndrome) is:
FART (Frequent Application of Retail Therapy).