Gear Aquisition Syndrome is a serious disorder.... FX etc

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#826470
KNNZ wrote:
Danger Mouse wrote:ah just grab the one at Dollar Dealers in Birkenhead.


is that one for sale? Might drop by tomorrow!!


I have no idea, when they carried it out so I could test Danny's Splawn I nearly fell over so didn't think to ask.

It's a shitty pawn shop full of crappy DVD players, old fishing rods and other assorted junk no-one would want, so both the Splawn and the Divided by 13 cab made no sense at all.

Sadly, going in on a late Friday afternoon and watching the local "less than successful" people trying to scratch together some money for the weekend was actually a pretty depressing experience.
#826478
Conway wrote:But as I’ve told you already, the /13 cab is definitely not on the market!


:|

Bugger

:D
#826489
KNNZ wrote:
Danger Mouse wrote:ah just grab the one at Dollar Dealers in Birkenhead.


is that one for sale? Might drop by tomorrow!!


Nah - they said it's not for sale for quite a while :-(
#826502
The latter... hes a bit of a nutter; believes everything should have a p90 in it and everything should have a fat neck - two for two, but he’ll never use the neck pickup because the ac30 doesn’t cope with them very well.

Anyway, jealous - haven’t had an Explorer.
#826503
Single coil wrote:The latter... hes a bit of a nutter; believes everything should have a p90 in it and everything should have a fat neck


nutter?..... sounds perfectly sane to me
#826509
Single coil wrote:
philly wrote:nutter?..... sounds perfectly sane to me

Fat neck bit sure, but having solely p90s in all your guitars sorta defeats the purpose of variation.


Depends on the player. I have no use for anything that doesn't do modern metal tones, so variation is a waste of money for me (I know this because I do own other style guitars and I genuinely haven't opened their cases for years).
#826515
P90's are very versatile once you get a noise gate, haha.
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