What bug are you having? You can't post a thread saying to look at an older thread for the problem. Thats pointless.
I would invest it all in gold.
I would put the eq in the loop and the boost in the front if you want to go that way. But I would go with the a boost in front. Maybe something like a ts7 if you wanted something alittle cheaper with the gain on 0 and the level all the way up.
Vintage 30



Im guessing what you dont like about them is the upper mids, although the v30 looks like its pretty similar in that area. Or it might be the humongous dip in the highend thats making you think there are too many mids. You sound like you dont really like mids so id go with the gt 75s. Are you using a boost in front of it?
ibanez rga121 in natural finish. $750 bruh.
have you tried just typing in epiphone pickguard screws on google? not that hard to do.
theres no definitive answer for the best strings. but the small things dont really matter as much as you think if youre just playing at home. they do however play an important role in recording.
Its was cool, but it was really dry. And it has kt88's which make it really tight too, rhythm wise. You could add like a delay pedal and a reverb to make it less dry, but it also has no effects loop which sucked.
Cubase I guess, but they're all similar. Well the ones that you pay for anyways. I would just stay with reaper and find an easier way with the tempo mapping or metronome thing
I had the fryette deliverance for a while and I would stay away from it since you said you dont like dry tones.
Reaper should be enough, its basically the same as logic and nuendo. What are you looking to do that you cant do on reaper?
Why dont you just email line 6 support, it is their job.
You might want to also look into the jcm 800. Its different than the jcm900 in a good way. I know alexi used the kerry king signature jcm 800 with kt88's live
I would still go with the 6505
When i say complete silence, I mean COMPLETE silence. That means when you get next to the speaker there's no difference between it connected and not connected. No hiss coming through of any kind. This is not possible with a high gain tube head and a tubescreamer.
Ive said this before and people say im using it wrong but seriously, you're never gonna get complete silence when your using a high gain tube amp especially with a ts in front
There are 3 options for the TT:

*A single 8 ohm cab in the 8 ohm output
*A single 16 ohm cab in the 16 ohm output
*2 16 ohm cabs in the 2 8 ohm outputs

Found it on google after looking for 2 seconds...
get a vht 50cl, better yet, buy mine...
buy used. 5150's usually go for 600 used and so do mesa os cabs
you should add a vht 50/cl to that list...
thats a great sounding amp. i had the same one for over a year until last month
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No, its not.
The Triple is more punchy and has tighter bass response.

to you maybe, but they're the same besides the extra tubes and headroom.
horizon cables are good and cheap. i know the old guitarist for darkest hour uses or used those
listen to gumbilicious, he knows what he's talking about.
Standard "Original" Wizard neck was:
Scale 648mm/25.5"
Width at Nut 43mm
Width at Last Fret 57mm
Thickness at 1st 17mm
Thickness at 12th 20mm
Radius 430mm

Prestige neck is:
Scale 648mm/25.5"
a : Width at Nut 43mm
b : Width at Last Fret 58mm
c: Thickness at 1st 18mm
d : Thickness at 12th 20mm
Radius 430mm

Wizard II neck is:
Scale 648mm/25.5"
a : Width at Nut 43mm
b : Width at Last Fret 56mm
c: Thickness at 1st 19mm
d : Thickness at 12th 21mm
Radius 400mm
you can either get an ilok and something like a ux1. Even with the ux1, you can still use your interface you just use the ux1 to start up the program
to run podfarm you need to either have the line 6 hardware or an ilok