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harrison last won the day on October 2 2011

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  1. Well J plays mostly vintage JMs, so some Duncan Antiquities would be a great option, and AVRI pickups are also a good one. As for the neck fitting, the current Jagmasters are conversion necks like someone has said, but the body itself is made for a 25.5 inch neck which means that any strat style neck will fit right on there no problem. There are a lot of options for replacement necks, Allparts and Warmoth being two of the most popular. Another, and possibly the cheapest, option would be a squier strat neck from ebay. Many sellers part out guitars and I bet you could score one from a bullet strat very cheaply.
  2. its the amp i've always dreamed of. i wasn't sure about the amount of gain seeing as its a "vintage" voiced amp, but man this thing can get mean. The guy i bought it from didn't have a footswitch so i ended up making one on my own tonight with great results. Pics tomorrow if time permits.
  3. no pictures yet but mine has become mustang>small clone>boss super phaser>dd-3>dl4>holy stain>mute> ORANGE AD 30!!!!!!!!!
  4. thats funny feedback. by classic definition a paper tiger is one that portrays strength and power but after all is only paper. My thought behind it lies in the fact that people will look at something and determine its make to write if off as a threat or as a weak artifact. While a paper tiger may seem like a push over due to its construction, it is still a tiger. And when the fear of it is abandoned in favor of a benevolent design it will come closer and show its teeth.
  5. i am now in a band called paper tigers
  6. i looked yesterday, (cant remember where) but i think they are in the 300-400 range in the U.S
  7. add a whammy to my current set-up. i tend to be really good at getting people to let me borrow things with no window for return so i've pretty much got this until i give it back, and i really am enjoying it. not experiencing the tone suckage most people report with this thing. getting some sweet organ and bass tones. it makes me want to be tom morello/jack white lol
  8. on the subject of "dirt whore" i think i might qualify too. my board has a ds-1. a russian muff. a fulldrive 2. the holy stain fuzz/drive. and i have an OS-1 too but it's at a friends house. maybe i'm just a whore in general though. due to my previous statement about delay and such
  9. where are your BYOCs? (at least i think you have them?)
  10. my thoughts exactly. you might try and get in with one of the builders for a secret snatch of them, though it may be for a price... hmmm
  11. i can agree with you there, sometimes when i look at my russian muff sitting there missing screws, with a hand drilled and wired power jack, the little feedback switch i added, i just really appreciate it and the ability it gave me in messing around with wiring. and even though the XO stuff is supposedly the same wiring and layouts i just have no desire to open them up. something about the quirkiness of the old boxes gives it a timeless charm and they look so simple that you just HAVE to open them up
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