Its all in the fingers, or is it?

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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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Decent size huh.

Funny how he ditched Fender to go with PRS... looks like he's basically got PRS to build him a new Strat for what he's playing for soundcheck!
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BY Molly
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Decent size huh.

Funny how he ditched Fender to go with PRS... looks like he's basically got PRS to build him a new Strat for what he's playing for soundcheck!


He had a fall-out with Fender but still plays them. The PRS connection is also because of his playing with the Grateful Dead for which he needed a more versatile guitar. And there's the PRS amp too.
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BY willow13
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this is almost impossible to watch without getting a tear in the eye

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BY jeremyb
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BY foal30
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He does a Johnny Cash FPB over the Who's Pinball Wizard

I watched NIN "Hurt" Pino on bass, well I never.
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BY jvpp
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From PremierGuitar...

Opening noodle from JB on beaut Tele.... Love that guy's playing

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BY Mattallica
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Really interesting talk on valve amps, clear explanations throughout, worth watching through until the end!

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BY Mattallica
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sizzlingbadger wrote:That was pretty cool, I love Laney stuff.


Me too, i want one of every valve amp now. And to try the GHR
BY NippleWrestler
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I've got a soft spot for Laney. I always imagines it was a bunch of grubby fat brummies smoking cigarettes, drinking tea from dirty mugs and making amps with dirty fingers.

I bought an AOR 30 and was looking to replace the filter caps in there. About 50% of the amp's components matched the schematic so I was querying do I use schematic values or parts values, which one was correct. I got a message back from Barry from the Service Department who told me they used "anything they can find in the amps" but to go with the schematics. So, this means that a 80s/90s Laney amp might sound awesome or not-so-awesome depending on what parts were on the shelf on any given day.

I like that about them.
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BY Mattallica
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NippleWrestler wrote:I've got a soft spot for Laney. I always imagines it was a bunch of grubby fat brummies smoking cigarettes, drinking tea from dirty mugs and making amps with dirty fingers.

I bought an AOR 30 and was looking to replace the filter caps in there. About 50% of the amp's components matched the schematic so I was querying do I use schematic values or parts values, which one was correct. I got a message back from Barry from the Service Department who told me they used "anything they can find in the amps" but to go with the schematics. So, this means that a 80s/90s Laney amp might sound awesome or not-so-awesome depending on what parts were on the shelf on any given day.

I like that about them.


From what they say in the video you're pretty much on the money!
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BY Mini Forklift Ⓥ
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codedog wrote:This should settle it once and for all... right?


Man I love that show and watch it religiously... but I just didn't find that particularly funny at all? :eh:
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