#1
hi

I have a chance to buy the Air norton and want to try it in the neck with a Super distortion in the bridge. I play a '95 Ibanez RG470.
Will this be a good combo for classic rock-hard rock-blues sounds? I know the S.D. is too hot, but i love it and can't live without it.
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#2
as long as you're aware the super d is too hot it'll probably be alright
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