Started by ianb, April 09, 2010, 09:01:19 am
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Quote from: Captain Beardy on April 11, 2010, 14:35:29 pmBOLLOCKS !!!!!!!..... I'm not entertaining anyone for free
Quote from: Fuzzface on April 11, 2010, 19:03:19 pmLOL!!
Quote from: Fuzzface on April 11, 2010, 12:18:56 pmYes, I am mainly a strat-player. I have four stratocasters.... two of them are Fenders, one is a Shecter and one is custom built (Fender body with a 70's Sigma maple neck with large headstocik). The custom strat is fitted with 3 DiMarzio Austin Special pickups.....They're kind of DiMarzios version on the Fender Texas Special pickup, but unfortunately I don't think they make them anymore. You can check the sound out on our MySpace-web: http://www.myspace.com/fuzzydizeOn the song "Fool For Your Stockings" I play that custom strat though my Peavey Classic with a Uni-Vibe effect, and on the solo I use my CryBaby Wah and a Boss SD-1 distortion...I also have two Les Pauls: One Gibson Les Paul Classic (tobacco sunburst), and one is an Epiphone Les Paul Heritage (cherry sunburst) which I am planning on stripping and exchanging some parts (pickups, tuners and volume/tone pots) making it a bit "less Epiphone" and "more Gibson"...I also have a black PRS Tremonti that I really like. It's quite light compared to the Gibson, but still has great tone and sustain.So you have a Tiny Terror? I have been wanting to buy one of those for a while, and maybe I'll get around to it when I get my tax returns in a few months time. I really like the way they sound. Thinking of buying a 2x12" cabinet, and play though that...Great to get so much sound out of such a small rig.
Quote from: ianb on April 12, 2010, 13:32:31 pmNice kit mate.I'm using a PRS SE Custom most of the time these days. Great guitar for the money and affordable to replace if anything happened to it.The Tiny Terror is a great amp. I would definitely go for a 2x12 or 4x12 .... in fact it will drive two 4x12's really happily (probably its best cabinet config actually!).The factory biasing of the valves is often in question and people say it's better to change out the originals and get it re-biased yourself... but it cooks alright to me as it is though! Only downside is no FX and no FX loop.... but other than that pure rockin fun!
Quote from: ianb on April 12, 2010, 17:03:46 pmThe TT seems to favour analog pedals over digital multi-fx units for some reason.... it doesn't have much headroom for clean sounds... you're fx set up should sit nicely with a TT I'd have thought.
QuoteThe Peavey Classic seems to break up into overdrive quite easily too?Very similar amps from many perspectives.
Quote from: Fuzzface on April 12, 2010, 19:56:20 pmI am looking forward to trying one Yes, it is near impossible to get a completely clean sound.....I usually turn the volume knob way down on the guitar which gives me ALMOST a clean sound, but not quite....I also have a Fender Blues DeVille (60w, 2x12), and that amp can give me a very clean sound....(wouldn't be a Fender otherwise, eh)
Quote from: cabria on April 15, 2010, 19:19:47 pmHere's me making a complete arse of myself on You Tube:Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Done Badly)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYMyX7ytk5QAre You Gonna Go My Wayhttp://www.youtube.com/user/arizonabay1970#p/u/6/zwbuoK7ibRgVertigohttp://www.youtube.com/user/arizonabay1970#p/u/14/s4oSdmHm99c
Quote from: ianb on April 15, 2010, 23:28:20 pmAwesome Graham!!!Drummer face and guitarist face have soooooo much in common!!!You rock!
Quote from: Fuzzface on April 11, 2010, 12:18:56 pmYou can check the sound out on our MySpace-web: http://www.myspace.com/fuzzydize
Quote from: rascal houdi on April 19, 2010, 22:40:36 pmVery nice, Micke, you've really got the Blues-Rock thing down.
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