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I think I misread your post, thought you had a verbzilla going. Thanks anyway!
I'd trade my big muff pi w/ tone wicker for it, if you're up for that.
Would do it for the verbzilla, too.
Usually in Manchester/Salford, but I'm in N.Yorks at the moment
£25 shipped for the BM?
Hey man, you can get the Joyo for 30 quid new on Amazon with free delivery, how does 20 sound?
could you post a picture, i dont get it at all :s
What kind of pickups are these, actually? It's really weird to hear that.
I'm surprised to hear that about the cleans on th HT-20. All the reviews and all the YouTube videos I watched said that the cleans weren't fender like but definately useable. Also, I think the dark terror is out of the question because it is a one channel amp. Im going to check out all of the amps suggested and see if I can make up my mind. Y'all were a lot of help thanks a lot.
The Cleans on the Blackstars are very good. Better than those on the JCA20. The Mini Recto will probably fall outside your price range though that would be what I suggest. There's a lot of bandwagoning on the Jet City, and a lot of negative bandwagoning on the Blackstar.
YMMV, but I own a HT-40 because I think it sounds good, and I really didn't like the JCA20.
Wow, let's start the list:
EHX English Muff'n
Vox Cooltron Bulldog Distortion
Seymour Duncan SFX-03 Twin-Tube Classic
All of them are awesome pedals, and all except the wampler pedal are tube pedals. But the wampler is great and will give you a heavier distortion. It Is based on the Famous Soldano SUPER LEAD OVERDRIVE circuitry and is a very modern, American sounding distortion pedal. The rest are British sounding pedal (think hi-gain Marshall's - even the Vox pedal is to high-gain to be a vox) but they clean up really nicely, especially the EHX.
So are these open coil type pickups you are getting? If so they might already be potted, I know my BKP Painkiller open coil is wax potted, and the coils are wrapped in tape to keep the wax in. If so you prolly wont need to pot them again, just solder the covers on.
You won't need to re-pot. If the coils are already potted from the manufacturer than you have nothing to worry about.
I think you're confusing your adding covers to the actual making of pickups. Some people suggest wrapping the slugs in tape before you wind a coil around it so that the metal doesn't potentially corrode the wire over time.
The public school system drives anyone who can go to University into University as well.
One of the best things you can do right now is realise what you're ding and where you are. You've most likely got a fair amount of free time and money, and brilliant social opportunities at your finger tips. Your University most likely runs a range of societies which can offer you new social experiences. You're not just paying for a degree, you're also paying to go to University. You might as well embrace it and make the most out of your final year.
Depends on your degree. Arts students won't because they earn peanuts but I am/will be a science graduate so I'd pay back a lot more.