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Mine is the oldest version but about two years ago had it modified to "run cooler" by a talented fellow in London, Ontario. Apparently the first...
I like mine but, to be honest, prefer a Blues Jr. Simpler and easier to get to sound good.
It must have been very difficult carving a piece of wood (or rather two pieces of wood) with that complex type of grain. A real masterpiece.
Thanks so much for that! One more question... Is it too nice to play? I mean that in a good way.
I was just playing through my Super-Sonic (older style lettering on it). How do you like it?
Can you tell us anything about this guitar?
I think you are exactly right here. Most P90's sound like P90's and sound good.
or maybe change capacitors?
I think most concerns with humidity would be that it is too low (like North American winters), causing wood and glue joints to shrink or deform....
I once read that Johnny Winter thought the Gibson Firebird was an effective weapon!
Maybe not where you live.
Are you guys saying that the Habs are out????
Exactly right. The power of the amp is the experience. It catches everyone's full attention in an instant.
I have a Twin from about 1970 which was modded to a Blackface (no more master volume - I miss it now). Had it for almost 40 years. Would never...