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07/19/2007 4:43 AM
I'm never speaking up again...
07/19/2007 8:37 AM
Your mouth was, so dirty...
07/19/2007 8:56 AM
Neon 12:47 AM
Aslandean, good pictures. Is that a Klon Centaur right before the Tubescreamer? Also, what Custom Shop model is that Strat? It looks pretty. And Callen, if
you read the first sentence of my first post, you'll see that I acknowledge that threads like this have been done before...
Yeah, its my Klon. I had one of the first runs, but it was stolen. bummer. But yeah my line is Boss TU>Wah>Klon>Turbo Tubescreamer>Line6
MM4>Line6 DL-4> Amp (DeVille 2x12). I'll see if I can get some more pics.
07/19/2007 9:00 AM
that strat looks like a relic 62 strat. if so they did a great job on the neck. Ive played 3 off them and they were all reliced in diff ways.
Its a 62 AV strat that I reliced myself. The custom shop logo is "after-market" and the sig is my own. I had the guys make me two, one on my
electric and one for my acoustic its a Taylor 412ce. They're both waterslides like the front genuine Fender decal. Which I'll try to get pics of soon.
So, I'll take your comment as a compliment. It took me forever to get it the way I wanted it.
07/19/2007 9:38 AM
I'm never over...over you.
My Humble Guitar Collection:
Fender Custom Shop '69 NOS Stratocaster (Black, Maple)
Fender John Mayer Signature Stratocaster (Shoreline Gold)
07/19/2007 10:10 AM
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07/19/2007 10:35 AM
Could I ever Breakaway?
07/19/2007 11:23 AM
I use spell check, do you?
07/19/2007 11:29 AM
thanks coldshot. I can highly recommend g&l asats. They are amazing. This feels and sounds awsome!
And nice strat you've got. I would love to buy a CS strat some day, but they are quite expensive. especially here in Denmark...
yeah i love my cs strat. i was actually able to get a really good deal on it (thank you ebay) and got about $800 off what would normally be paid for it new
from a normal retailer, though it's still a ton of money for a poor college student. i'm usually a little anxious about ordering guitars off ebay, but
this seller had a great reputation and the guitar turned out to be extremely nice. keep your eyes open, sometimes you can find some real gems on ebay.
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07/19/2007 2:56 PM
Yeah I love both the Replica and the Zendrive, the Replica has just become a standard part of my tone, I really do never turn it off. I guess i've come
to depend on it and i just feel theres something missing in the tone that I dont like if i don't have it, which is both a good and bad thing i guess. I
just love it, such a natural sound, I like it set so you don't know it's there until you turn it off and then you miss not having it on. As for the
Zendrive, probably not worth the money that gets chucked around for them but it is a fantastically sweet pedal, yes it does colour the tone and adds, for me,
the perfect ammount of compression, really emphasises the notes with really really kool picking response. As others have said that i've read on here too,
there are other pedals that can do what the Zen does, but after going thru a lot of different overdrives, this one has held it's place on the board with no
sign of being replaced.
The Strats are Maple neck 60th Anniversary American Deluxe, and the other is a project I have been working on for some time, a "Frankenstrat" if
you will, it started off not being able to turn down the offer of buying a SRV sig neck off of someone a while back, and i've been building up a strat
around that. The Martin is a 2005 D-41.
07/19/2007 3:20 PM
07/19/2007 3:28 PM
It's not going to be everyones tastes obvioulsy but i like what its got going on. I don't know a great deal about it, I picked the body up on Ebay,
it was listed as a Japanese 80's strat body that the owner had been playing for 20 odd years, I don't know about Japanese Strats so i can't verify
that, some of the aging looks a bit crude, some bits look really authentic. It really is a real "mish-mash" of parts, but (suprisingly) plays really
07/19/2007 5:19 PM
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