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Stringjoy Custom 6 String Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings × 2
.010 .0135 .018w .026w .036 .048

So I read the pole piece heights on vintage style pickups are designed around a wound G string, so going to give these a shot on my strat and see if I like them :)

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jeremyb wrote:Stringjoy Custom 6 String Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings × 2
.010 .0135 .018w .026w .036 .048

So I read the pole piece heights on vintage style pickups are designed around a wound G string, so going to give these a shot on my strat and see if I like them :)
A wound third! That's just crazy talk.

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jeremyb wrote:Stringjoy Custom 6 String Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings × 2
.010 .0135 .018w .026w .036 .048

So I read the pole piece heights on vintage style pickups are designed around a wound G string, so going to give these a shot on my strat and see if I like them :)
True, that why the unwound G is so crazy loud with old pickups.
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Joyo Taichi, so impressed with the Tauren, their Klone pedal, its basically always on now, so I've grabbed this, a Zendrive clone... get some dumbling on and add some more beast for those heavier moments!

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jeremyb wrote:Joyo Taichi, so impressed with the Tauren, their Klone pedal, its basically always on now, so I've grabbed this, a Zendrive clone... get some dumbling on and add some more beast for those heavier moments!
Klone , Dumble and Timmy. Slowy’s Tone recipe! ( Now with added Muff in honour of jb ) :D
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Slowy wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Joyo Taichi, so impressed with the Tauren, their Klone pedal, its basically always on now, so I've grabbed this, a Zendrive clone... get some dumbling on and add some more beast for those heavier moments!
Klone , Dumble and Timmy. Slowy’s Tone recipe! ( Now with added Muff in honour of jb ) :D
Sounds glorious!! I have muff too!!

What order do you run them in Bruce??

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jeremyb wrote:
Slowy wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Joyo Taichi, so impressed with the Tauren, their Klone pedal, its basically always on now, so I've grabbed this, a Zendrive clone... get some dumbling on and add some more beast for those heavy ier moments!
Klone , Dumble and Timmy. Slowy’s Tone recipe! ( Now with added Muff in honour of jb ) :D
Sounds glorious!! I have muff too!!

What order do you run them in Bruce??
It’s not though out. Muff- Tumnus-Zendrive. Adding the tumnus with it’s mid control to either of the others pops them out of the band sound effectively. That’s all I need so I stopped there.
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Slowy wrote:
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Slowy wrote: Klone , Dumble and Timmy. Slowy’s Tone recipe! ( Now with added Muff in honour of jb ) :D
Sounds glorious!! I have muff too!!

What order do you run them in Bruce??
It’s not though out. Muff- Tumnus-Zendrive. Adding the tumnus with it’s mid control to either of the others pops them out of the band sound effectively. That’s all I need so I stopped there.
Nice, thats exactly the order I would run them too, I currently have my muff into klone and then would but the zendrive clone after that :)

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Another Joyo sweet baby on the way, number 3... when will I ever learn :lol:

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jeremyb wrote:Another Joyo sweet baby on the way, number 3... when will I ever learn :lol:
When you buy a helix....
you JUST KNOW some Tory wanker has thought of this idea already. Probably getting the inspiration whilst fucking a dead pig.

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Got some PCBs from PedalPCB still in the mail... only 11 weeks since they were posted :?
Edit - on the plus side, this was reply number 10,000 on this thread, very satisfying

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Bg wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Another Joyo sweet baby on the way, number 3... when will I ever learn :lol:
When you buy a helix....
I've heard they don't sound any good with strats :mrgreen:

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jeremyb wrote:
Bg wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Another Joyo sweet baby on the way, number 3... when will I ever learn :lol:
When you buy a helix....
I've heard they don't sound any good with strats :mrgreen:
You've listened to a lot of bullshit over the years mate :P
you JUST KNOW some Tory wanker has thought of this idea already. Probably getting the inspiration whilst fucking a dead pig.

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Bg wrote:
jeremyb wrote:
Bg wrote:
When you buy a helix....
I've heard they don't sound any good with strats :mrgreen:
You've listened to a lot of bullshit over the years mate :P
If I say it enough it'll become a thing! :lol:

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jeremyb wrote:
Bg wrote:
jeremyb wrote:
I've heard they don't sound any good with strats :mrgreen:
You've listened to a lot of bullshit over the years mate :P
If I say it enough it'll become a thing! :lol:
No, it won't though...
Only Peavey Classic 50 'Confused mids' became a thing, because he knew what he was talking about. No offence.
you JUST KNOW some Tory wanker has thought of this idea already. Probably getting the inspiration whilst fucking a dead pig.

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