you know im sort of enjoying the disabled likes
they are like ghosts gone away - I wish them well wherever they are
Your board is so elegant and beautiful (it's the wah removal; pushed it right over the top) I just about can't stand it
~ yes ~ yes I can ~ it's ok ~ please don't put the wah...
Great. But - by the way - your board doesn't look messy to me. Looks pretty sharp and smart from where I sit.
I just only have two short patch cables that work and I have kind of cornered myself into having to make all my own cables. And I'm running crazy short on time.
A board that is...
So, now that I have a rapidly disappearing two weeks left before the next work project starts and there's a sudden and increscent pile of urgent matters, now, now my damned cable shows up. Finally. No time at all to assemble patch cables and build a board, but, whatever.
I'm happy to have...
Well ... I suppose we could always break out the Dymo Xpress Pro Industrial Embossed Label Maker!
... which looks like a cheap piece of junk but, how fun those goofy things are still around!
This is something I like about Caroline's Météore - the icons by the controls are intuitive and would...
Funny - it's a pretty thing but - I get that same feeling from it - I think it might be awkward to use. Very strange designs, or design oversights. Not everyone is going to care about that, but for some of us, it definitely is a problem. I have a couple pedals with crazy graphics that I thought...
Ya, I like that video, too. I just found a nice example of bending a chord with a tuned bridge - so, play this:
Then, play the fifth string open to make a...
Lace Sensor pickups are awesome. They are what they are ~ which isn't exactly whatever our favourite vintage pickups are. That's cool.
I bet everyone does. But, when you get it dialed in ~ especially if you set it to float, and tune the bridge so it will rise and stop with the third string an...
Ya, Batman's demo is cool, too.
I love Mr. Herman's demo - well, the whole thing, but - when it settles down and just plays one unmodified audio teack and we just hear him playing a bit and we can see him turning knobs. Wow - just, wow.
I don't think I've heard a better sounding amp anywhere...
I understand. I used to just love to tinker away on and in these things, but lately ... time just seems more and more precious and with so very much to learn ... better to put the time more directly into the music, whenever possible. My kit sits on my desk while I practice ...
That's funny because it's true ... the fact is, there's a lot in those four knobs, especially if you couple those knobs to a responsive, lively amplifier.
And if the pickups are P-90s, it gets even crazier.
That is completely wonderful! I hope you get it. I'm just about ready to assemble mine ... almost everyone who has one and has written something about it seems to really like it. Do you hope to get a kit or a finished pedal?
Funny the connections. I kind of grew up in an art gallery/museum.