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Less is always more when it comes to your Bigsby.
Once I returned to a Gretsch (Penguin) guitar I rediscovered the endless character in the midrange. Microphone placement (small class A amp only...
I meant a class A tube amp with one preamp tube, one power tube, and one rectifier tube.
No, 5 watts class A, and the truth.
You can't learn blues, you have to live them.
1. I've always tuned a twelve string (24.9 scale) down a full step.
2. Drop D for a song or two.
3. DADGBD ditto.
4. DADF#AD, DADFAD, and DGDGBD...
I currently don't run any effects between my preamp and my delay.
The Rolling Stones.
Pre tap tempo to beat all.
1. The tone control on my amp (Franklyn F52A Princeton) is set at 5 so as not affect the overall tone.
2. The tone control on my reverb unit...
The tone control on my guitar is dynamic. The tone controls on my amp, reverb unit, and other effects are static.
I'm going with Chet.
I must admit, sometimes I play without any effects. Less is always more unless I'm sitting in with Dick Dale. Then I add a healthy dose of...
If the pickup is too hot you can get a DI box and reduce the gain on the board of the PA. Does the pickup have a volume control?
Lake Erie Perch.
Excellent work. I envision that going around my entire practice room somewhat like an Amish chair rail.
Everything rhymed when my amp was dimed.
Dial me up a pair of them EVM12L's!
Chicago Blues at it's best.
1. Neil Young
2. Mark Knopfler
3. Chet Atkins
All of my pedals are JHS. They are top notch. The new economy line will be good for those who are not as particular with options within the...
"I Can See Clearly Now" is my favorite song.
Nice axe. I set the tone on the guitar at 4. Then I dial in the tone on the amp. May your next Gretsch not have the mud switch.
"It never paid to be current."