Hey everyone,it's been many years since I posted on this forum... Anyway here's my problem,I bought an Epiphone Les Paul Custom ebony and the thing is that the G string always goes out of tune after a solo or a bend...do you have the same problem as well? Is there a way to fix this or is it permanent?
Also,the "gold" color is starting to fade..can I do something to keep it the way it was when I bought the guitar?
Hello again!I bumped my old thread cause I didn't want to start a new one about the hardwire.So,my friend bought the TL-2.It's damn amazing,die hard metal construction.The way the knobs turn will blow you away,the smoothness is damn awesome.And the sound...pff man,you can't get something better than that
My experience on the boss pedals is good and bad.What I mean is,I own the digitech Hot Head dist. and comparing it to the DS-1 or the DS-2 turbo dist.The Hot head blows these pedals away.I also own the Digidelay which I compared with the DD-3.And I can say that they were quite similar but the DD-3 had a few more Milisecs of delay.My point is that the boss pedals are good,reliable but their ODs and Dist. pedals they produce are quite bad and have become old compared to others.That is my opinnion for the Boss pedals.
i was reading the Total guitar magazine,the november issue..and it said this for the TL-2 "we're pretty sure the TL-2 is the best metal pedal we've ever stomped on.Trust us,that tight setting will blow your boots off". Congrats to digitech..we're waiting your review on the pedal.I will also do one once my friend has it in his hands
Hello,I read many reviews and saw many videos on youtube about the hardwire.I believe these are one of the greatest stompboxes and one of the greatest pedals digitech has ever made.I really want to buy the Stereo reverb.I would like to hear your opinnion about the hardwire.
ok so my friend offers it to me for 50 euros.And Maybe I'll buy it..it has only be used 3 times.And since the amps or the dist. pedals don't have many bands to twikle with..this will suit me well.Thank you
I bought it today but did not plugged the pedals yet cause I forgot them in the studio.Now I was watching the manual sheet and there was a section about which pedals it can power up.Now it said that for the digitech it powers up all the X-series and some RP models which I don't mind.Will it power up the Hot head??cause it's not an X-Series.
You guys!I read all of the replies...I stated my opinnion about these 2 strats I played.They sounded completely **** to me compared to other guitars.Also I mentioned that I don't want to get flamed and said"Correct me if I'm wrong".I'd like to thank Rufiothebandito for all the understanding 'cause he was the only one who was thinking normally and logicaly.
Now i don't wanna get flamed.I just want to say my opinnion about these guitars.The first time I played on a strat was 3 years ago and it was a squier.I wasn't surprised by the sound at all...Now i have played a FENDER mexican and an american that both costed about 1500-2000 each at the music store.The sound was absolutely lame,it was sharpy,the fretboard was almost the same as the squier one and the sustain was just not enough for my standards.Seriously why are people still buying these ****ty guitars??Buy a jaguar or a tele if you like a fender.There's no warm sound while playing on clean.
I'm just saying my opinnion.Correct me if I'm wrong..
Thanks for reading.
P.S. - I tried both guitars on a fender forntman 212 which I believe is a great amp.
Thank you all for the tips.We'll see what we can do.
HE CAN'T PLUG IN STRAIGHT TO THE AMP!Our songs NEED guitar effects to be played normal.I have single stompboxes but I can't cover his playing cause we're playing different stuff.We can't find out how we reset the damn thing,even though we read the manual:/