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Don't worry we won't let anyone know
Look forward to seeing the finished guitar...
Ok but you guys are acting like I had that finish put on there myself, it was purchased from the warmoth showcase.
Quote from: Daze of October on Today at 08:57:48 AM
Quote from: Cagey on Today at 07:50:25 AM
Different pedals have different input and output impedances, so they mix/match up in different ways. Some types of pedals have a time component to them, so...
In general, time related pedals and reverbs work best in the loop. For example, it you have a two channel (gain/clean) head, reverb levels increase dramatically when switching from clean to gain. This happens significantly on...
The "standard thin" profile is what they typically make which is fairly thin and fine for smaller hands. Wizard profiles are about as thin as they go but cost extra. Some people complain that their hands hurt because the necks are too thin.
Quote from: Jumble Jumble on Today at 03:22:03 AM
How about this: your first 50 posts, you have to do a captcha each time.
Looking at the memberlist, this might not even work. It seems that some sort of automated process has been registering users...
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Dayum. There are guitars on here I would pick over my own entry. And it's my favorite guitar.
Thinline is amazing. Sue - wow. Strat w/ 3 mini humbuckers - "oh no you d-int!"
Another entry, another distant 4th (at best).
Anyone wanna trade?
Swamp Ash telecaster shape
Sherwood Green finish
Mint Green pickguard
Wilkinson short tele bridge with compensated brass saddles
Seymour Duncan Phat Cat P90 pickups with black ring for bridge pickup
Chrome control plate, flatop knobs, neckplate...
Quote from: GOM on December 10, 2013, 07:28:23 PM
If any of you think the images of your entry seem like they're smaller than the file you sent me, let me know. I had some issues with the GOM gmail account, and for some reason some of them seemed...