My giggin' axes

danktat

Award winning tattoo artist ... Amateur guitarist
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These are the two that I trust most when playing out (Yes, I may have gigged other brands regularly 😲) . They are played through the font my Fender Hot Rod DeVille. These cover just about all of the tones that I want. They both coil split, but I don't really use single coil tones live for what I play. If something were to happen, and I could only own two [electric] guitars.....it would probably be these.

Side note: I have gigged my SE A40E acoustic as well. And recorded with it. But Angela generally plays the acoustic guitar slot in my band so it is few and far between.

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These are the two that I trust most when playing out (Yes, I may have gigged other brands regularly 😲) . They are played through the font my Fender Hot Rod DeVille. These cover just about all of the tones that I want. They both coil split, but I don't really use single coil tones live for what I play. If something were to happen, and I could only own two [electric] guitars.....it would probably be these.

Side note: I have gigged my SE A40E acoustic as well. And recorded with it. But Angela generally plays the acoustic guitar slot in my band so it is few and far between.

prs_schecter_and_headrush_by_klbryanphotography_dhbep0d-fullview.jpg
Nice
 
nice rig... I went digital for most live stuff 9 years ago (HELIX or Kemper, depending on mood, year, phase of the moon, whim)... My back was never so happy as when I no longer had to haul my Mesa Mark V up and down flights of stairs... :D
I have only run the board direct at church. I still end up having to carry my amp with me as I only use the board to push the front of the amp. I still like what tubes do for the feel and tone.


you're like me and leave the screen plastic covers as long as possible!
Indeed. But the bubbles are starting to look a little shoddy, so I may end up pulling it soon.

Schecter made damn good guitars.
I hated them as a kid. I think it was all marketing though as they tended to put out guitars with like, inverted cross inlays and call them things like "The Lucifer 666" and what not. All of the metal kids played them. And at the time, I was all Phish, Grateful Dead, SRV, Santana, etc.....NOTHING like metal.

Then I got one on the cheap on Craigslist and realized WHY all the shredder kids played them. They were easy to play, and sounded really nice. Since then I have had several. I still have 4 of them now.
 
Great pair! Lots of us aren't exclusive regarding brands.
A lot of what I get, is what I can afford at a given time. I grab what I "can". The best my budget will allow me to get. PRS (core anyway) isn't always on the price menu for me. But, fortunately, we are in a golden era of there being ridiculous quality out there to be had at prices that were NEVER able to get to that level back in my youth.
 
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