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Like This? Frode
MY Favorite and only Signature guitar.
Thanks, Adieu. I can't even tell what model Schecter that is from the blurry pics so obviously I am going by limited knowledge.
I have owned one...
15ohms, you'd love my favorite Baltimore/DC guitar store called Atomic Music. Nothing but gear hanging all over and amps, drums u name it. All...
Here is a pic of the Ibanez 2355 I was looking at
I was in the market for a hollow or semi hollow back in late 2017 early 2018 and had found a sweet Ibanez ES 175 copy but the super narrow nut...
Thanks Adieu, I am no expert on this Schecter model or passive EMG's, so I only went by the HZ H3 and H4 ones I saw priced on Amazon for $99...
:applause:for the 2007 Lava Burst SG Supreme MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
Adieu, why do you say the Schecter is a $150 guitar? The EMG pups alone sell for $99 apiece on Amazon.
Great thread if it helps people avoid problems with Thomann and of course T Rex.
Sorry for your issues. Hope you get it all worked out with Thomann.
OK, I have purchased quite a number of really nice to excellent guitars for under $600.
I have to agree with buying used ones. So far there...
What price u trying to get the SG for? SG Special, Standard, Tribute etc?
Hmm a mod and therefore low input 2 doesn't work. I'd probably hate that. But that's just me.b
Pede, I bet some other fellas here with more experience than I have with PCB amps can look at the guts shots and advise better than I can. Good...
Awesome news about shipping label. You didn't deserve a jacked up amp, bro.
Well said, Micky
Fingers crossed, Pede
Like dogs of doom said, Mint means playable from the 1st unboxing, not blowing fuses and needing ANYTHING repaired, including tubes let alone...
Yup, those 2 were on my radar as a kid and always in my mind as influences. Can't also ever forget Terry Kath as a major talent in late 60's...
I tend not to rag on anyone, but acknowledge the total palette of influences on both myself and all of us based on those who came before us up to...
Think 1965 was early, try looking up this fella. Roy Smeck