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  1. tallcoolone

    I've got a pals sv20h for a few days and it sucks

    Absolutely ditch the kids
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    What Next?

    When I say “super lead” I am referencing 100w amps pre-1974 pre-PCB. Jimmy Page live MSG, TSRTS. To me the SV20 is more in this vein. JMP to me means 1974 - 2203/4 circuit. Pretty much all late 70’s classic rock. I’d like to see Marshall put one of these into the Studio series. Honestly...
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    Which Marshall Signature Amp would you choose?

    But the YJM is humongous lol
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    I am extremely confident you wouldn’t dare to say that to my face ;) And, like I want to tell these sellers, this is one of those occasions where it doesn’t matter what YOU think
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    I can, not sure why on earth I would lie about such a thing?
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    The importance of cables

    You are right of course but the older I get the simpler I want things to be. Already dealing with tubes, pedals, patch cables, strings…I’m hesitant to add another failure point when the alternative is just to pack an extra cable.
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    Fake Ernie Ball's.

    Watch out there—I bought some GHS Burnished Nickel strings off AZ that were obviously counterfeit. Posted this in the review section and AZ issued me a warning that if I did it again they would cancel my account. @anitoli is speaking the truth
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    The importance of cables

    Yeah it sucks—I am def not cheap but if a 20’ cable is only going to last me a couple months I don’t want to drop $100 on it
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    Just got this reply from a local LP listing :facepalm:: Not sure of actual weight but it’s pretty heavy it’s not chambered. I would say around the 9 lb area
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    Exactly! Sellers need to realize (if they want to actually ‘sell’ anyway) that weight is the first thing someone looking at these guitars wants to know.
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    I don’t mind the Fender noiseless pus I put in my tele build but I haven’t tried their Strat ones. I have the DiMarzios in one Strat and they do the job well enough. No Fralin/Lollar tone but as always it’s a compromise I suppose
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    Choosing another amp in 50W or a premium DI/IR unit?

    The TAE is pricey but an incredibly useful and cool piece of gear. I use mine every day pretty much. The reverbs, boosts and delays are great
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    Which Marshall Signature Amp would you choose?

    Passed on the YJM back when they were around just b/c it was so freaking humongous. I’ll pick 2555SL b/c it doesn’t stray from the original too much but like @jeffb said, I’d have picked the Marsden
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    The importance of cables

    My issue is always with the main instrument cable that goes from pedalboard to instrument. Always stepping on it, sometimes on concrete esp w/summer outdoor gigs just tears em up. Crackle city after just a few mos
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    As I do every Sat am I am reading geek boards and checking Reverb and CL. 5 seconds after I saw your Strat this hit my feed...
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    That is one light Les Paul! And a boat anchor of a Strat!!!
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    PSA: if you are selling a Les Paul

    Fenders are easier since they are essentially parts guitars—here is a strat I just finished building. Just over 6.5lbs That’s the white aforementioned Custom lite next to it:
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