What are you gassing for?

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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robthemac wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 10:42 am
MogwaiBoy wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 10:00 am Since jamming a demo of the Neural DSP Tone King imperial plugin, I am lusting for the real deal.

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I think there's a bloke in Auckland that can help you with that.
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Re: What are you gassing for?

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codedog wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 11:18 am
Slowy wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 11:06 am
Bg wrote: Mon Apr 25, 2022 6:04 pm

makes a change, normally he posts that in digital amp threads....
I nearly bought that custom colour one on TM recently until I saw the gut shots. 3 little printed boards with the valve bases soldered on and connected by thin strip leads. Looked like a Peavey 30 and landfill the first time anything went wrong.
Not for me.
Coincidentally... this just popped up yesterday.

This guy has the most relaxing voice. i've just had this video on in the background while unravelling some SQL spaghetti. It's like ASMR :lol:

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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mule wrote: Tue May 17, 2022 2:42 pm
codedog wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 11:18 am
Slowy wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 11:06 am

I nearly bought that custom colour one on TM recently until I saw the gut shots. 3 little printed boards with the valve bases soldered on and connected by thin strip leads. Looked like a Peavey 30 and landfill the first time anything went wrong.
Not for me.
Coincidentally... this just popped up yesterday.

This guy has the most relaxing voice. i've just had this video on in the background while unravelling some SQL spaghetti. It's like ASMR :lol:
Hasn't he just? For the luthier equivalent (kind of), check out https://www.youtube.com/user/twoodfrd

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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I'd like one of these:

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https://www.mesaboogie.com/amplifiers/e ... index.html

I have a Mark V:35 but it's for a much better guitarist than me.

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Gassing for a PRS Cu24, even though I know I don't gel with PRS guitars very well. Also, there is a sick af Tom Anderson on Facebook which I would sell my left one for.
Loving it so far

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StratMatt wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 8:42 am Gassing for a PRS Cu24, even though I know I don't gel with PRS guitars very well. Also, there is a sick af Tom Anderson on Facebook which I would sell my left one for.
Pics of the TA? What model? I'm so enamored with their guitars. Mine is so easy to play that I seem to overplay it. They're worth a left nutty I reckon.

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Re: What are you gassing for?

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TA Drop Top. He's asking $5300, which seems like a lot but I don't really know what they go for. I've got all the children I need though so seems like a fair deal.
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StratMatt wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 9:07 am TA Drop Top. He's asking $5300, which seems like a lot but I don't really know what they go for. I've got all the children I need though so seems like a fair deal.
Awesome guitar, and that's a fair price. That's around how much you would pay for a new one, but minus the customs and shipping, so I think you'd save around a grand, maybe a little more. I'd be asking to pay it off :thumbup:

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A long way from a TA, but these Corts seem like a lot of guitar for the money: https://www.thomann.de/gb/cort_g_300_pr ... rgundy.htm

I am also excited by the prospect of the new Aaron Marshall sig from Schecter. He's decked it out with some killer specs at a Diamond series price point
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Ibanez JEM

Didn't realize they were so rare. Pretty expensive overseas too, but would love to own one.

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Spykerwolf wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 9:36 am Ibanez JEM

Didn't realize they were so rare. Pretty expensive overseas too, but would love to own one.
They do pop up from time to time, most often it's been the floral blue one that I've seen. Every time it's like a punch in the nuts from GAS... :lol:
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I'd like Music Planet to actually stock Rickenbackers (4003w), since they're the authorized NZ dealer. Hard to buy local when there's no selection.

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JoeBlow wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 10:51 am I'd like Music Planet to actually stock Rickenbackers (4003w), since they're the authorized NZ dealer. Hard to buy local when there's no selection.
Guitars Rock has brought in a couple (pre my ownership), but they're really difficult to get hold of. No Rics at all around any of my sources in recent times.
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Gassing for a Gibson 335, has to be nice inlays and not dots. But out of my price range anyway so doesn't really matter either way :lol:
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Re: What are you gassing for?

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hamo wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 9:43 am
Spykerwolf wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 9:36 am Ibanez JEM

Didn't realize they were so rare. Pretty expensive overseas too, but would love to own one.
They do pop up from time to time, most often it's been the floral blue one that I've seen. Every time it's like a punch in the nuts from GAS... :lol:
I've seen the original FP models come up a few times, haven't seen any BFP that I can recall, in NZ anyway.

I have a 1991 BFP that I probably overpaid for about 10 years ago for $4k off ebay. Bit more disposable income then :) Can't find any at all for sale now of that particular model. I will probably never sell this one, it's a really great player.
Loving it so far

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