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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Mar 9, 2017.
#1. It`s all about that bass, bout that bass no treble.
This beautiful lady arrived today
REALLY nice top. Congrats and enjoy.
That's a nice one! Like the flooring too....great background!
How's it sound?
I will never know what's the oldest wood here. The flooring is from 1850, but restored earlier this year.
Now sound report for my new CE24. I have now tried it for an hour or so. Plugged it into my Fender Hot Rod Deville 212. The guitar has a more crispy and trebly sound than my P22. Clean tone are amazing. All three humbucking positions give great clarity to the tone. On neck piosirtosition it is in the E335 area. Pulling the coil split almost trasfer it to a Strat sounwise. Then switching to tje dirty channel, I get a bit more «angry» humbucker than the P22, but still a good sound. The neck position gives great soloing Claptonesqe from the Creem peroioiod tonality. I dont have too much experience with Single coil overdrive so I need.to.test with my band.
Some time back I downloaded this picture that Shawn uploaded here because I thought that that one was the most promising so far. Then my guitar arrives today, and it is the exact guitar. Lucky me!
Wow, She's Gorgeous! Congratulations
That a reclaimed flame right there
still loving mine! such cool instruments.
Karma is on your side! Congrats!!
If I get to score one of these I would want one that was tattered and full of holes.....these are so hot. If a McCarty was done like this it would push me over the edge.
#2 for me, just because bright and articulate is what I like.
Mine has 9 holes plus the spots that I believe is the end og nails.
Just got a message from my SW guy....End of June....