Looking for that vintage tone ?

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  1. DrBGood

    DrBGood Well-Known Member

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    I have the pedal for you.

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    But is it true bypass?
     
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    Nope, it's through bypass.
     
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    "It makes you sound just like you!"
     
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    Wow, I love the placebo effect. I bought a tusq nut fot that. I play much better now, and I have more stamina. Maybe that pedal will do the same. I wonder if it prevents hair loss?
     
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    Only curly hair.
     
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    ya, you betcha! only $99.95...
    step right up...
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    The piece of cable belonged to Jimi Hendrix, so it will make you sound just like him.
     
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    I'll take 2. Do you have paypal?
     
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    Just gotta pay me pal, that'll do.
     
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    Will it work with a tube amp? Or do I need to get a modeling amp in order for that to work?
     
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    cerebral gasket Well-Known Member

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    It only works with this...

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    Sidewise double bobbins ... interesting humbucker.
     
  14. Semla

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    It could in fact work as a treble tamer adding extra inductance! I always play with a curly cord and compensate with a treble booster instead :-)
     
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    Same with me! Best thing for Fender guitars and amps;)
     
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    That post really got me lolin. I got an Epi G400 last year, I think it has a plastic nut, but idk, just feels like plastic. I got an Epi LP about 2 months ago and it came with this little card saying something like "tusq synthetic bone nut" or whatever. I literally cannot tell any difference in tone from the different nuts. It all just sounds like two different pickups, plus a much fatter and heavier guitar body.
     

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