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Yep. Final Cut Pro (noob) tip #344: Muting an audio track does not take it out of the mix. You must pull down the corresponding channel fader.

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Na man, I thought that was some real slick documentary style editing right there. Thought you were getting real clever - leave it in!
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Youtube suggested video = Tron!

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Look's like you guys needed some more space! But some nice gear and playing there to be sure :thumbup:

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*UNIQUE* wrote:Man, that Les Paul Special through opsguy's Swart is a good mix. I have strong want for that amp.
Yep me too... it sounds awesome.
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sizzlingbadger wrote:
*UNIQUE* wrote:Man, that Les Paul Special through opsguy's Swart is a good mix. I have strong want for that amp.
Yep me too... it sounds awesome.
Ditto.

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I'm painfully aware of that...is it exactly the same amp Ryan?
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Just a corksniffers reference note, those '56 P90's are essentially half a PAF....you can hear the honky, scooped woody tone in there...quite PAF like. Sniff.
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How would they compare to 60's Tribute SG P90's ? Mine seem to be pretty honky too are they essentially the same ?
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*UNIQUE* wrote:Just a corksniffers reference note, those '56 P90's are essentially half a PAF....you can hear the honky, scooped woody tone in there...quite PAF like. Sniff.
Other way around... A PAF is two halves of a P90. Same wire, same magnet, same poles, same bobbin height, same total number of turns.
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Modern Gibson P90's sound good. I have left the ones in my R4 stock as they sound great. Main differences will be, different materials used, different winding, different design, magnet construct and length, 56 years of aging. Still, as I say, the modern ones are good.

Vintage P90's have been well known donors of long PAF magnets...to short mag PAF owners.
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*UNIQUE* wrote:I'm painfully aware of that...is it exactly the same amp Ryan?
Close, but not exactly the same. The SST30 has 4x 6V6, although it doesn't actually have that much more output compared to the 2x 6V6 AST (due to low supply voltages), but the preamp in the SST30 is slightly more complex too.
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I know. Fark I want that amp :(

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So what does opsguy have? The 4x6V6 one? What model number exactly? Cheers
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