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I'm using a fender Champion 40 at home but for the gigs he is not powerful enough
I've a Schecter Hellraiser FR Sustainiac and a Gibson Les Paul Faded
I just wanted a metal rythm distorsion cause I have a 20$ pedal without any eq control, and a lot of noises too
I've heard that the MM could be used for a register from Pantera to Metallica
I want 4 different sounds on my pedal board
Metal Rythm sound: the MM
"Brown Sound": I'm waiting for my Golden Plexi, I'll boost it with my Fender Malmsteen Overdrive
Blues sound: Plexi or Malmsteen at low level
The last one is the lead sound, and I don't really know where to go
I've read that Golden Plexi + Malmsteen OD with good eq and delay could make a good Malmsteen-like lead sound
But for the DT one I don't know at all
Wondering the specific mechanical function of the effects loop jack in back of amp. Why do some of my pedals sound better going into that, and others sound better going into regular output jack? Also noticed when switching off distortion pedal to go to clean, the tone is really quiet and weak sounding through effects loop. Is there a way to run through both effects loop AND regular jack, to get best of both worlds? Kind of a pain to bend amp over, unplug the jack and put it in front every time I use a different pedal.
A guitar that expensive is going to have a very limited market. That's not an indictment on whether or not it's worth it, just an observation on market forces. Such purchases are usually made by collectors or nostalgic professional musicians. If you really want to move it you're going to have to be prepared to haggle. Instruments are hard to move at any level & it is a buyer's market. Watch out for the scammers, as it will be a prime target.
EDIT: in the interests of full disclosure, this post in no way should suggest that i'm completely sensible and have never bought (or don't continue to want to buy) silly pedals which won't do what i want.
Thanks guys for the suggestions. Another question. What Wattage should i go for if my goal is to get something loud enough to play with a drummer?
monwobobbo that would mean i nee to get gig bags to put them in? they've only been sitting out on the rack since like 2 weeks now
Thanks for the response. Sound i am looking for essentially instrumental guitar type you know. I mean this might sound pretentious but something like "Summer Song" or something bluesy but with more warmth and overdrive. I don't if that helps paint a picture.
monwobobbo yes the guitar is wiped down after every play, and i also wash my hands before playing but i'm in a high humidity area which Malaysia is very well known for ; 0 the guitar was previously in a gig bag but now since i've got the second one , they sit out in the open on my rack
While i agree with you things did used to be differnt. However im not sure thats what we got going on here. It depends if its freindly widower old gentleman who had a misunderstanding or creepy old dude.
Im guessing the OP looked and acted more like ErikLensherr seen here on his way to the ihop
I mean, how would you feel if some random creeper dude at Denny's came up to give you a hug?
monwobobbo Hmm... Is that a good thing? More rare?
monwobobbo right thats good, to would i be able to go from guitar>EVH pedal>Return of effects loop
I have a JCM2000 which by defualy has quite a bass-ey and scooped sound.
Im thinking of getting the EVH 5150 iii pedal but putting the pedal into the front of the amp, will the pedal gain the same sound characteristics the the JCM's preamp has. If so could i use the pedal and go straight to the power amp and just use the pedal as the preamp.
There aren't a lot of choice out there for left-handed adults, either.
There's really little reason for learning guitar left-handed (it's a bit like initiating a search for a left-handed pianos).
There are very few issues with teaching a child to play guitar right handed (lefty in other things or not) and a whole lot of benefits, including the ability to buy virtually every kind of guitar there is without difficulty.
The [a] after monwobobbo stands for accurate.
For me, it stands for something else.
Do multi-fx only have 3 effects (based on # of foot switches) that you can do at a time, or can you combine/group multiple effects for one particular switch. I'm trying to figure out the tonal range. I originally figured 1 wah, 1 looper, noise-gate, OD, flanger, chorus, delay, reverb (my amp has none), phaser, and myabe 2 others? I got 200 bucks I'm dying to spend.
BTW, everyone here is tremendous in helping me out! Thanks to all of you!
I own an Ibanez RG421MOL with INF 3 & 4 pickups. I want to replace the bridge pup with something better. I play through my Fender Mustang I for practice and a BOSS GT-1 effects processor with my band.
My budget is <100$, and the sound I prefer is upper mids-trebly like the Countdown to Extinction album for both rhythm and lead (though I like the scooped Metallica rhythm sound too). I am not looking in the used market, I want new pickups in this range.
So far I've been thinking about the Seymour Duncan JBs and Invaders. I have a few questions:
Is it a bad idea to change only the bridge pickup? It's what I use most of the time, I don't have too many issues with my neck pickup.
I have a 5-way pickup selector, I'm probably going to get the pickup installed by a professional, but anything I need to keep in mind while choosing a pickup?
Is it a lot tougher to get a pickup installed in such a config? I have no experience in guitar electronics, should I try it?