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  1. Ampeg VT-22. Way too heavy weight wise, but oh so heavy tone wise.
  2. Link to a song that I used the set-up I listed above...
  3. Guitars 1986 MIJ Fender Jazzmaster 1999 CIJ Fender Jaguar 2005 CIJ Fender '72 RI Jazz Bass (Geddy Lee Model) 1997 Gibson SG Standard (Doesn't get played much these days...) Pedals Morley A/B box Boss Loop Station RC-2 Electro Harmonix Holy Grail MXR Smart Gate MXR Micro Amp MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay Boss RV-3 Digital Reverb/Delay pedal Electro Harmonix Micro POG Keeley IBANEZ Tube Screamer TS-9 Mod Plus Pedal MXR distortion+ Boss OD 2 R Turbo Overdrive Boss Chromatic Tuner Pedal TU-3 Amps 1969 Ampeg VT-22 2X12 Combo w/ Vintage EV speakers w/ those HUGE magnets 2010 Acoustic B200 200W 1x15 w/ Tweeter Bass Combo My band consists on only 2 guitarists and a drummer. I play w/ both amps on at all times... The mix of tones together really helps fill in the lack of a bass player. Sounds pretty awesome actually. I also create bass drone loops that we use on some of our more spacey songs. This was fun. I've never really thought of sharing this...Cool thread. -Maark
  4. Yes. That is me and my brother's band's music in the video...We are called Taargus Taargus. Thanks!
  5. Just mustang pick up covers... Jaguar pick ups. I'm really digging the red/tortoise combo on the Jazzmaster and the White/white on the Jag. I played my 1st live show with these guitars last night and broke strings on both though... Frustrating, but I'm sure I will figure out the problem. I've got em strung w/ 11s...hmmm Anyway, here is a picture of the guitars--> 86' MIJ CAR Jazzmaster and a 99' CIJ Jaguar
  6. mustang bridges on both too, but duh...
  7. Clips of my 80's MIJ Jazzmaster and 90's CIJ Jaguar are in this vid I made... Both modded a lil bit.. Tortoise shell pickguard on the CAR Jazzmaster and A white pickguard w/ mustang pickup covers on the Jag. **UPDATE**Posted pics further down this thread...
  8. Paid $625. It's a little beat up, but the neck is in near mint condition and it sounds pretty damn awesome. Really stoked on this guitar!
  9. I did google it. I found more info just browsing around on this site and found the answer I was looking for. thanks for the advice.
  10. I recently bought a jazzmaster off craigslist. The guy that sold it to me(for cheap!) told me it was a 90's reissue. The serial number of this "made in japan", not "crafted in" jazzmaster starts w/ an E and has 6 digits. The info I have found online dates this from 84'-87', but I can't find any info on jazzmasters made in japan during that time period. Anyone know where I can find out more info on this guitar?!? Thanks.
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