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The shape of the body is great but personally I would extend the upper horn on the pickguard a little and move it further away from the edge. Maybe that's just the drawing though.
Whatever you do, I look forward to seeing this progress!
I love everything about it, but the heel looks kind of odd. Or maybe it's just me?
I bought the combo version of the VHT Special 6 Ultra for my girlfriend recently.
It's a very nice amp for a reasonable price.
Why not just buy a 1x12 Lonestar Classic combo? They go for roughly $1000 used.
Do you like the sound of your RP1000? If so, grab this:http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-...ered-pa-speaker
It will allow you to amplify your RP1000 at jam sessions and essentially use it as an amp, so you won't have to deal with going ampless.
If you're looking for the "full" and "open" sound that you often hear from Mesa Rec's, you don't look to low wattage amps.
Then again, if you are living in a dorm room and playing there most of the time you don't even look at any amps to start with.
You're best off getting a Line 6 Pod HD and a set of studio monitors and some good headphones (Audio Technica ATH-M50's are good for this use). Tube amps regardless of the wattage are never dorm friendly, and you get much more versatility by going digital. Plus, little to no one else is bothered.
You may be attached to the true tube tone but in this situation it's not practical. Wait till you graduate, then get the tube monster.
I don't have too much experience with the amps you listed, but I might suggest that you look into a low wattage Blackstar HT amps. They're available as either a combo or head and you can get them at either 1, 5, 20, 40, 60 or 100 watts I believe. They're considered to be a bit of a metal amp, but from what I've heard out of them they can handle just about everything. I'm not sure about the 1 watt version, but I know that the 5 watt and above amps have 2 channels.
thats kick-ass dude ! might need a string tee or two though
Why is your neck pickup so low?
Congrats! She's amazing.
BTW, how did you ended up shaping the contours? I saw your message a little late, sorry...