I did some work on a Sid Poole replica guitar that had real PAF's installed after the guy had bought it and I was really, really disappointed in the sound.
The guitar was superbly built and played well but the pickups were weak, sterile and everything I didn't expect from PAF pickups.
Schons current tone sucks........big time!
He was big ( ok..vertically challenged) in Journey but right now he is nobody without Journey.
Plug in to a Line 6 Neil.........it has all the thin sound you crave........I couldn't give a fig what you use..............
Back in the day there was no electronic tuners...they tuned to a piano or any other reference point and MOSTLY to each other!
They may have been in tune but not at concert pitch!
You will find that with a lot of 60's bands!!
Firstly......for those of you waiting for your Shed pickups I know he is under pressure trying to keep up with demand.
He has a day job and has limited time to make pickups....that coupled with a house move and having to actually build a new workshop from scratch has left him under pressure...
I actually don't hear him as having a lot of gain.....it's more sweet sounding to me and for me to get it I find that sweetness comes from backing the tone control off to 5-6 on the bridge pickup.
With low powered Paf type pickups they seem to react better to the tone control and I know from...
Actually they do pay the artists.......I receive royalties for every download of my albums or tracks from my record company and Spotify is one of the companies they collect from.
How they do it I don't know but it does happen..........:)
It must just be me but I lusted after a LP Eternity and when I got it I found it very bland.
I worked at it all day trying to hit that magic spot but was left underwhelmed.....I returned it the next day.
Dave........Matamps sound great with the Celestion Hot 100!
It's a very cheap speaker but really suits a Matamp in it's voicing.
I have Matamp cabs with Alnico Blues, Celestion Century vintage (my favourites) and Hot 100's which are very close.
Vintage 30's seem a bit muddy with...
Well done mate!:thumb:
It takes a lot of courage to do a project like this when you aren't a qualified luthier but a happy amateur...........good luck.........it will be fine!
I did wonder about the black finish when I saw HCSB in the cavity!!:D
No.........Brian Carter.......or more likely........that f**king Brian Carter!!:D
I made their life hell until they got the 1224 spot on as far as functionality!!:D
But they love me really................!! :fingersx:
For what it's worth.....I have owned a Blues Jnr. and the Dual Terror AND regular Terror.........but I let them go.
I have also had the Orange RV50c and the RV100 head and cab.....great amps but you either love or hate the voicing of those amps.....they have a very...
Spot on!! The speakers in your cab are 8ohms......so when you seperate them from being in series they would each be 8 ohms and you would run the 8ohm output on each head in to the cab.....each head would come out of one speaker.
Combining both heads at the same time gives a really big and bold...
Firstly your cab has 2 speakers wired in series to give you 16 ohms.
All you do is wire each speaker independantly to a seperate jack socket and then you can plug an head in to each speaker. This is very easy to do.
Does your cab have two jacks for linking to another cab? If so you don't...
I meant a Minimat in the configuration you wanted.......ie: Low gain, high gain etc.
The amp would be the basic amp but you can ask for more or less gain etc so that it comes already in the ballpark you want.
You wouldn't be able to get custom switching etc. on that amp as it is a base...