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I'm going off his past threads."Copy"? What are we in, fifth grade?
That, or he doesn't want his friend to copy him.That means you're really shopping for you and don't want to look like another "wat guiter?" nub. Too bad you blew that one.
Fair enough.The reason to ask for opinions is to learn. So let me explain if someone has had the amp they could inform me as to whether or not it is reliable or some tube change outs they have done or speaker change out to alter sound. That's the reason I'm asking
They are relatively the same.Not true, the 401 had Grover tuners. The 360 has esp tuners.
It's the exact same guitar, spec wise.
I thought you liked actives...?Im just not a huge active fan, though I'll wait to see how it sounds, and who knows, i might love it =D
Fantastic guitar, though I'm not a huge fan of the EMG's.Do you know much about this one?
Love the look, and it has EMG 81's in it.
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/ESP-LTD-EX360-Electric-Guitar?sku=584487Sorry, I should have included more detail.
Well, I'd preffer hard tail, tonewood doesn't really matter. Sha[e wise, I'd really like something original, not something like a LP.
Get the Vypyr/Roland Cube over the Behringer. The Behringer is mediocre, (I've tried it about 4 months ago), and it won't be very reliable.Yeah, I've used my guitar through my teacher's amp and had no problem, he pointed out the behringer since I'd only use it for fun purposes anyways, and I want the washburn because the neck on my arbor is begining to warp after just a year of having it and i cleaned it weekly.
Wait, it's a bass amp?i mean if it's a bass amp...
it could not be voiced right ?
So going by what you say, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Marty Friedman, etc. would not be able to achieve hammer on's/pull-offs on your amp?yeah its so my technique when i do it the same exact way and it works on my guitarist's amp right?
TOTALLY my technique -.-
The Magician is $1029, and the TRIREC is $1179.How expensive is it? I can't find the price anywhere. $800-$1000 (TOPS!) would be good, but the damn thing better not have any problems other than tube maintenance. I'd rather get a real Triple Rec (I'd actually get a Dual Rec Roadster) and not have to worry about reliability.
Judging by the looks, I'd say IV.EDIT: To the above, looks like a Mesa Mark II/III/IV. Not exactly sure, I'm not that well versed in the Marks.
First of all, the track was put together quite fast. It is after all called a tone test. However, I don't even see how you would consider it a "drum" sound. It's giving you a general idea of the tone. In no way does it give an accurate reprensation of the sound.Sounds pretty mediocre to me. Actually, that's really dry, percussive, and it almost sounds like a drum. Not at all what I want in a metal tone, I dunno about you. Just because something has enough gain to do metal does not make it good for metal, or good tonally at all. My guitar teacher has this amp as his throwaround amp, and it's alright at best. Mediocre cleans, mediocre drive, mediocre distortion, and, you guessed it, mediocre leads.
The Bandit is far from mediocre.TS, honestly, you have your priorities misplaced when it comes to tone. You can use all the pedals you want, but with a mediocre amp, your tone will never be more than mediocre. Save up another $250 or so, add your $130, and buy a used Bugera 6260/333XL or Ampeg VH140c.
It's not.Don;t quote me on this but it looks like a X series http://www.jacksonguitars.com/products/products.php?group=X-Series&page=1&product=2911103303
I'm pretty sure the 900 has more gain on tap then the 800, making it more suitable for thrash/early death metal.Btw what are the differences between the JCM 800 and 900?
I have not tried a 800, sorry.Yeah the JCM 800 comes up countless other times I've asked about this. Does it really do death metal well when boosted?
Just listened to them.I think Lazarus AD are awesome.