Hey guys sorry to revive a dead-ish thread but I just wanna ask for help in one last thing
So I made up my mind, Im going Joyo as for your suggestions and save some money for an amp.
And luckily I found some in the used market. Given what I said before should I go Ironman series or The Sound...
Would you know if the 10 series or 30 series of Joyo is as good?
Im checking our used market and those are the ones that pop up frequently
Also are mooers / behringer as good too?? (Wow ive really gone 180 with these pedal choices)
Philippines hahaha well yeah actually they do I just havent found the models you brought up
Thank you very much on all these again :)
So Im guessing Joyo is the way to go huh? Any other options just in case?
i cant name one guy whose tone I want but probably sonething that can go from 38 Special’s Caught up in you to heavier Led Zep stuff and in a case to case basis, pop rock
My SS amp is a copy of a Bassman. Its a Fender Bassman 15 amp. The Japanese one
If I were to choose an amp style I love...
Hey Les Paul peeps, been awhile since i posted but I need your help
I am growing tired of my current main drive, Boss Power Stack, and I want something new. I used to love this pedal but now that im into less-heavier music and I want something warmer but can still give a blues-rock to modern...
Thanks for all the help guys but HERE IS THE REALLY STUPIDITY in this post. Is it possible to coil split a 35th Anniversary JB/Jazz set even if they are single conductor pickups. AGHH I SWEAR I didn't even know that they were single conductor :wow: :mad2:
Hey guys! I was planning to install a coil Split on my les paul and I'm referring to the seymour duncan wiring diagram because I have SD pickups and it's easier for me. However, I would want to have the push pull knobs on the volume not the tone knobs (I know it's stupid but it might seem...