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feedbackismyfriend last won the day on October 9 2011

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  1. This was basically my reaction as well, but I just figured what the heck and decided to play along Also, I love how none of us have mid controls on our amps. I dunno why, just find it kinda amusing.
  2. my amp doesn't have any eq other than a bright/mellow switch and a tone control and my fuzz pedal doesn't have any form of eq either so it's not something I mess around with all that much. that being said my experience in doing that is that it doesn't really work for my style, although I have got some gnarly metal tones before with scooped mids. Still not really my thing.
  3. from what I've heard on the internet I'm a fan of both the pearly gates and 59
  4. kinda gaudy if you ask me, but whatever floats your boat
  5. coming from red that is a very high compliment, take it to heart guys
  6. Your tone needs some work, like I understand that you're going for the whole Nirvana sound, but your tone is like pretty bad. The bassier notes sound really like floppy clean (almost like you're playing a noodle) and the bends seem to sound really off, my guess is that you have the action set way the frick too low. Secondly when you kick on the DS-2 it sounds kinda bad I'd recommend finding an amp with good distortion and just using that (line 6 and boss are both in my opinion crap for the most part). Furthermore, I'd say the "Nirvana sound" is actually more of an attitude than an actual sound cuz I run a fuzzface into an old magnatone and people LITERALLY ALWAYS tell me that my music reminds them of Nirvana. Also, think about this, would we have remembered Kurt at all if he was trying to sound like someone else? My guess is probably not, we remember him because of how he expressed himself through music. What I'm getting at is it is my opinion that you should use music to express yourself and you're kinda failing at that if you are trying to emulate the "Nirvana sound"
  7. I vote for the second one it's cheaper, classier, more unique in today's scene, and has the trem there if you decide that you would like to use it
  8. I saw those already in a guitarplayer ad I dun remember who made them though. If I run across the ad again I'll post a link. edit: nvm I assumed your links were to guitars cuz I thought they were in response to the comment about the ibanez
  9. I've heard they're good, but not really all that similar to real airlines in most ways aside from aesthetically. So it's not really authentic, but I still wouldn't mind having one
  10. my one issue with them is that they seem to sound bright as frick in the bridge position judging by those demos, other than that they appear to be a good value
  11. I don't remember for certain which one it's supposed to be, but I think it's a regular spaced bucker. Either way though it really doesn't make a difference soundwise if the poles are slightly misaligned.
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