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  1. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    I was planning on replacing the 500k pots on my Jazz bass, but I was absent minded when I bought some from the guitar store and didn't realize that I actually bought 250k-500k blend pots. So now I'm conflating just trying to make those work instead of having to drive all the way back to the...
  2. Guitar: Gear Discussion
    Ignore the article title and whether it carries an ounce of credibility or not: https://reverb.com/news/5-modern-tube-amps-to-achieve-djent-tones I have heard great things about the Archon, but everything I have read has stated it's like a mix or cross between a Rectifier and a Marshall, not a...
  3. Amps & Gear For Sale / Trade / Wanted
    £175 ovno, need gone ASAP. Awesome AWESOME cab, you've all heard it on pretty much every recording I've posted on here. Been well gigged but well looked after. Few scuffs but it's built like a tank.
  4. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    Backstory here - I have this old Indonesian-made Squier P-bass with two J-bass pickups in it that I've actually been having a lot of fun playing lately - it's not a half bad sounding instrument, and I kind of want to swap out the pickups and electronics and see what sort of potential it has...
  5. General Music Discussion
    Rather in love with this album at the moment. Reminds a me of a blend between Morbid Angel, Arcturus and Obscura, plus some of the playing is absolutely stunning.
  6. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    "Nashville" Tele Wiring . . . in a Strat?! | Tone Fiend This is pretty cool... It'd be interesting to see what combinations you could come up with using an HSH or SSH guitar with a five-way super switch.
  7. Guitar: Gear Discussion
    Due to the influence of Steve Morse, and the fantastic tones he gets with his delays, I've always wanted to rig up my pedal board so I can use a volume pedal to blend the volume of my long delays on the fly, pulling them back for faster parts, and setting them full-on for long sustained notes at...
  8. Guitar: Gear Discussion
    When i first read about Parker's "Fly" and "Superfly" guitars in Guitar Player back in 1993 (before they were in production), i was fascinated by the idea of having electric and acoustic sounds on one guitar, and being able to blend between them. A number of years later, i finally got a Fly...
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