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Re: What are you gassing for?

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IMOCD wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:36 pm The GAS fund is empty, but Eastman are knocking it out of the park

https://guitar.com/review/electric-guit ... -romeo-la/
I was looking at that just today. It could tempt me back into the hollowbody world, that could. 8)

But it sounds like it needs an AC 4
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Re: What are you gassing for?

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Supro amps in stock at MP

hmmm...https://www.musicplanet.co.nz/supro-del ... o-amp.html

the 1-watter in tweed looks good to.

I buys with the eyes! :lol:
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WellyBlues wrote: Tue Nov 02, 2021 2:26 pm Supro amps in stock at MP

hmmm...https://www.musicplanet.co.nz/supro-del ... o-amp.html

the 1-watter in tweed looks good to.

I buys with the eyes! :lol:
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Re: What are you gassing for?

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Slowy wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:51 pm
IMOCD wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:36 pm The GAS fund is empty, but Eastman are knocking it out of the park

https://guitar.com/review/electric-guit ... -romeo-la/
I was looking at that just today. It could tempt me back into the hollowbody world, that could. 8)

But it sounds like it needs an AC 4
What a wonderful sounding guitar. has a lot of Doozy characteristics going on there (not just the trem, but the breathy sound). Yumm. Eastman for the win again. That guitar was designed by Otto 'D'Ambrosia, same guy who designed the Eastman El Rey, which is one of my all time favourite guitars.

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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olegmcnoleg wrote: Tue Nov 02, 2021 3:39 pm
Slowy wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:51 pm
IMOCD wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:36 pm The GAS fund is empty, but Eastman are knocking it out of the park

https://guitar.com/review/electric-guit ... -romeo-la/
I was looking at that just today. It could tempt me back into the hollowbody world, that could. 8)

But it sounds like it needs an AC 4
What a wonderful sounding guitar. has a lot of Doozy characteristics going on there (not just the trem, but the breathy sound). Yumm. Eastman for the win again. That guitar was designed by Otto 'D'Ambrosia, same guy who designed the Eastman El Rey, which is one of my all time favourite guitars.
Stop it now. I'd 'forgotten' about that guitar and moved on.

Edit: I know, how about you buy it and I'll just wait a wee while before it comes my way. :wink:

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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IMOCD wrote: Tue Nov 02, 2021 3:45 pm
olegmcnoleg wrote: Tue Nov 02, 2021 3:39 pm
Slowy wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:51 pm

I was looking at that just today. It could tempt me back into the hollowbody world, that could. 8)

But it sounds like it needs an AC 4
What a wonderful sounding guitar. has a lot of Doozy characteristics going on there (not just the trem, but the breathy sound). Yumm. Eastman for the win again. That guitar was designed by Otto 'D'Ambrosia, same guy who designed the Eastman El Rey, which is one of my all time favourite guitars.
Stop it now. I'd 'forgotten' about that guitar and moved on.

Edit: I know, how about you buy it and I'll just wait a wee while before it comes my way. :wink:
LOL, I don't think I'll be getting one. My Doozy has it covered.

I'll have to find something else to sell you :-)

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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WellyBlues wrote: Tue Nov 02, 2021 2:26 pm Supro amps in stock at MP

hmmm...https://www.musicplanet.co.nz/supro-del ... o-amp.html

the 1-watter in tweed looks good to.

I buys with the eyes! :lol:
I was in the Tauranga branch today looking at those. He reckoned the Supro were selling well. Sooo much nice, new guitar stock in there too; Italia, D'angelico and a red sparkle Tokai jazzmaster that really caught my eye. I left with a couple of midi cables and some straplocks. Oh well....

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I have only ever owned and played one P-90 guitar... an Epiphone. I moved it on but felt I have not really given P-90s a decent chance...

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codedog wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:07 am I have only ever owned and played one P-90 guitar... an Epiphone. I moved it on but felt I have not really given P-90s a decent chance...
You're welcome to borrow the Warhawk if you'd like a hoon. 3 P90's which is about the minimum acceptable amount.

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mule wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:14 am
codedog wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:07 am I have only ever owned and played one P-90 guitar... an Epiphone. I moved it on but felt I have not really given P-90s a decent chance...
You're welcome to borrow the Warhawk if you'd like a hoon. 3 P90's which is about the minimum acceptable amount.
Cool, thanks for that. But... 3? Why's that? What's the selector config?

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codedog wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:50 am
mule wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:14 am
codedog wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:07 am I have only ever owned and played one P-90 guitar... an Epiphone. I moved it on but felt I have not really given P-90s a decent chance...
You're welcome to borrow the Warhawk if you'd like a hoon. 3 P90's which is about the minimum acceptable amount.
Cool, thanks for that. But... 3? Why's that? What's the selector config?
It's more than 2, that's why :thumbup:. Just a 5-way switch. Between that and the bass contour you can get a decent variety of tones out of it.

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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mule wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 12:22 pm
codedog wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:50 am
mule wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:14 am

You're welcome to borrow the Warhawk if you'd like a hoon. 3 P90's which is about the minimum acceptable amount.
Cool, thanks for that. But... 3? Why's that? What's the selector config?
It's more than 2, that's why :thumbup:. Just a 5-way switch. Between that and the bass contour you can get a decent variety of tones out of it.
:lol: fair enough! Yeah, 5-way switch makes sense. The LP Custom had 3 pickups with 3-way switch. That didn't make sense to me, but I'm sure lots of people love it.

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IMOCD wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 7:36 pm The GAS fund is empty, but Eastman are knocking it out of the park

https://guitar.com/review/electric-guit ... -romeo-la/
There's a lot to like about that one wowzers.

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codedog wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:07 am I have only ever owned and played one P-90 guitar... an Epiphone. I moved it on but felt I have not really given P-90s a decent chance...
You should have a word with Conway...

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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Jelly Belly's Kemper Stage currently for sale. I kinda prefer the toaster version, but...

And a 12 string electric, with individual intonatable saddles.

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