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    Join Date: Oct 2008
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    STL Tonehub

    I have always been a fan of STL plugins more so than my Kemper. Anyone try this yet?

    https://www.stltones.com/products/stl-tonehub-plugin

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    I have no idea who this guy is but the tone examples sounds great!

    https://www.stltones.com/products/br...ub-preset-pack

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    Quote Originally Posted by schreckmusic View Post
    I have no idea who this guy is but the tone examples sounds great!

    https://www.stltones.com/products/br...ub-preset-pack
    Never heard of the guy either, or any of the bands listed in his profile.

    Sounds like boring generic djent crap to me. Pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Never heard of the guy either, or any of the bands listed in his profile.

    Sounds like boring generic djent crap to me. Pass.
    I am not listening to the playing, the tone bruh

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    Slight Necrobump for the video I made of the new Josh Middleton pack which is released today. Full disclosure, they sent me this to try out but I made the video under my own steam because I like making stuff.

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    That's an interesting locking nut design on that ESP. That an OFR with a different nut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ Rodriguez View Post
    That's an interesting locking nut design on that ESP. That an OFR with a different nut?
    Yeah, OFR but it's a Lok 'n' Roll compensated nut which I got a few months ago. Really solid and comfortable design, actually helped the guitar to be a bit more harmonically active too which was a nice surprise. It's a small but enthusiastic company, the website is a bit early 2000 but the product itself is top notch.

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