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Don't worry, you're not the only one here who admires his playing / tone more so than others.
^^Tool fanboyism much?
They are a pretty cool band
^I was looking at the one on the other side of his foot that looks like a DS-Something. But I will concede that the DD-3 is pretty decent.
But to answer your original question. Just build one board. then use some 2x4 on end to put another piece of wood higher up, if that makes any sense. If you get a good picture of one you'll see how simple it is to build.
Mmmmmm Deizel....too bad about all the Boss pedals he's running into it. (I do NOT want to start that whole Boss pedals argument that seems to happen all the time round here)
I will divert attention by pointing out the keyboardist's awesome hat/indoor use of sunglasses.
whats that thing over to the right?
my turn bitches...
sorry for the 'bitches'
i got low blood sugar.
Damn, does that mean you have to replace the Strat and/or pickups?
Same amp as I have, year and all. The difference is you have a cab. =(
I see you have one of the rare limited edition left-handed JCM 800s.
Try setting the OCD up with level 10, gain 0 and tone in the middle, and set the amp to taste.
No, I would go V30s or H30s.
V30s are sort of like greenbacks, they have these honky mids (though V30s sound a little more nasally to my ears), but they're different in that they're cleaner, tighter low end, and more modern sounding in general. Not as brown or lo-fi sounding as greenbacks are.
You should probably go with the V30s, in that case.
G12H30s and Greenbacks are awesome for blues/rock/hard rock but don't do metal very well.
V30s, on the other hand, are more or less a more efficient (louder/W) version of the Greenbacks. They can do all those genres easily.