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    Cool vid for people who like to compare things

    [VIDEO]]YouTube - Marshall VM 2266 Demo - 10 Guitars - Same setting[/VIDEO]

    Interesting. I'd also love to see a "10 players, same guitar, same amp, same settings" video, just to see how much that translates into a recording.
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    That was a very interesting video. All of the guitars sounded exactly how I'd expect them to except for the Prince guitar. The difference between the two Fenders was a little different than I expected, I guess (although the WAY they sounded was exactly how I expected them to).

    And every time he started playing Hendrix, I wanted to hear the rest of the song.

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    That was really cool. The Scientific Method at work. Isolate the variables!

    Leon should like this. He was explaining some stuff about matter and energy to me the other day... yeah, he's smart.

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    That was cool.

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    It seemed like the nylon string acoustic had as much O/D as the single coil guitars. He must play a Les Paul style guitar mostly he kept reaching for his toggle switch up top. Good Stuff

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    the nylon is in part, because its buzzing, which nylons just sorta do if you hit them hard. overdriven, it just sounds like more drive, fortunately. cool vid
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    I'm with Josh Id like to see 10 people with same gear and settings

    Was it just me or was the first Gem and the schecter out of tune a smidge

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    Pretty cool

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