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    Last night I ran it through my amp which is a British Trace Elliot Supertramp 40watt SS with a Celestion vintage 30 12inch speaker.

    Every pup selection sounds clear and crisp and when
    I kicked in the drive channel on the amp and the boost AND my Danelectro Overdrive
    on the bridge pup I had the widest Cheshire Cat smile you've ever seen!

    The sustain on this thing, well, it just goes on forever, it has serious rock tone,
    crunch and jangles like a goodun'.

    Playing the strings between the bridge and the body holes delivers a neat
    jangly sound.

    This is like instant Santana and Angus tone rolled into one.

    I played the Metallica version of Whiskey In The Jar and a hotted
    up Copperhead Road, a clean Powderfinger and a jangly I'm A Believer
    and a nice smooth I Need Your Love So Bad,
    this Crosseyed Black Suited Lady can do it all.

    I was tempted to run her through the absent rhythm guitarist's
    100watt Marshall stack but I didn't want to lose the hearing I still
    have (C:

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    Quote Originally Posted by badxmpl View Post
    24 frets??? Where's Midiman?
    It's not like I don't have stuff with 24 frets... I just wish at least one of my Strats did...

    This thing rocks and does just about everything else... except dive bombs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kebmel View Post
    This is like instant Santana and Angus tone rolled into one.
    Santangus?
    There is none so blind as he that cannot see...

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    Fagala?

    [color=red]Just "Tele'in" it like it is.[/color]
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    www.myspace.com/reubenadkins

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    Hmmmm, Santana and Angus combined?
    Could it be Colonel Angus?

    Karen Black?
    Michael

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    Colonel Angus is an acquired taste.



    Hey, Keb, why don't you just go and piss on your lemon tree, you damn crazy old Kiwi?


    Just kiddin' - cool axe - I hear Cort's pretty great stuff, especially for the money.
    The Human Torch was denied a bank loan.

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    Good looking and you got there man, congrats.

    Yukon Cornelious?
    Get all excited and go to a yawning festival.

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    Yeah, I could've wasted money on those Horrorscope guitars, although they would've
    been a good build platform: Alder body, maple fretboard etc

    but I got me one of them!

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    I have a Cort...well technically, it's a Steinberger.

    To save money Steinberger made this out of wood instead of graphite, and had it made in Korea at Cort (the Hohner version is also made here) instead of America.
    Michael

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    I can't see the picture here at work (IT police) - what kind of wood did they use? Basswood would make sense because it's lightweight and strong like graphite, and cheap.
    The Human Torch was denied a bank loan.

 

 

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