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The volume of the Mac should be controlled using the master volume on the pod. Sounds like the patch level on the pod is too quiet. Try turning up the patch volume and turning down the master.
Wow, this episode ...
Terrible zombie action, terrible CGI, no plot development, badly written dialouge (apparently Michonne has multiple personalities or something, this whole episode was so out of character for her), bad camera work, shitty editing, no attention to detail (walkers no longer react to loud gunshots?)
I hope they stop it with the filler episodes soon. This one was really bad, I could barely finish it. Someone should tell the writers and directors a thing or two about how the zombies work, apparently they don't know much about them.
As I said, I own the exact same guitar and almost the exact same amp (AC30C2 with a Blue in) and do not have your problem- or rather, it could be solved through equipment other than your guitar- EQ, a sparkly boost pedal, etc.- even the Celestion Blue itself does a lot for the sound.
If you wanted a simple, cheap solution, that involves modifying your guitar, try changing to pots to 500k. If you want a not so simple, expensive version, get some higher-end WRH's. Or maybe you just do not like the sound of a humbucker- if you stay in the humbucker route, you will likely not be able to avoid breakup at the same levels you set on your amp for your lower-output pickup guitars.
Attached is a picture of my custom 1959 Fiesta Red Fender Jazzmaster with 24k gold hardware that my father bought brand new in 1960 at Pamona Valley Music in Pamona, California. He paid extra to get a "set-up" done, which includes setting the neck and bridge, etc., and it has held perfect tuning and intonation ever since. Bottom line, I would not buy any guitar from a shop that did not have trained technicians that can perform a proper set up.
Yup. I can almost squeeze a paper in there.I'm not an expert but that nut looks insanely deep. It's a quick & cheap fix but you would have to bring it to a guitar shop. Jeez louise. Is that a gap between the neck and the body? Or am I seeing things????
I'm just returning it. Not even worth the aggravation of the new one coming in with issues.I'd keep sending them back until you get a good one.
The nut being cut a deep by itself isn't really a problem. So long as the nut action is correct (low action with no buzzing), the string spacing is correct and the slots are smooth.
But that neck angle does look strange though. And being unable to set the action to an appropriate height with the saddles being at the top of their travel is totally unacceptable.
Out of interest, put a straight edge that runs the length of the guitar's scale down the neck and see where the end of the straight edge meets up with the bridge. If it keeps overshooting the saddles then either the saddles are set too low or the neck angle is too steep. If you can only get the straight edge to meet up with the saddles at the top of their travel, the neck angle is wrong.
But just judging from the way it looks and the way you're describing the porblem, something is really wrong with that guitar. Return it. That is pretty shocking.
OP - that sounds like too much of a QC messup not to send it back, regardless whether it is 5 mins or 30 mins to deal with it, I'd have it replaced.
For a factory new $900 instrument, it is absolutely worth the "hassle" of putting it back in the box and spending 5 minutes on the UPS web site. It's damaged goods, and for that amount of money the manufacturer/seller owe the customer something that doesn't require repair right out of the box. Why take any chance at all of being stuck with an expensive and defective guitar when you can just get a different one without problems?
Fair enough if TS isn't confident with a screwdriver, but I personally am and I would want to avoid the hassle of returning it if the fix is this simple.
So if Donald Trump doesn't own anything, and his tower will be owned by someone else only after he dies ... who or what owns his tower while he's still alive?
There is something only allowing mono output. Look around the DAW and see if you can find it. If anything double the track and pan one hard right, another hard left.
Looks like finish scratches to me. Can you feel thr crack? Do you wear rings when you play?
I feel like the saviors are gonna kill Shiva...motherfockin tigers, man
I want to see Shiva vs Saviors in action soon