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jaguars are very bottom-heavy, which makes them a joy to play. the neck is actually near youre hands, and its closer to the fretting hand, which is great for leads. its a heavy body though, no doubt about that. my back is usually a bit sore after a good 6 hour jam, if i didnt sit down at all.

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What kinda guitar d'you like to play? As far as wood goes, weight, whatever.

I've played the same strat for about 5 odd years, it's quite weighty compared to a mustang. I like SG's and LP's, but i don't like the price tags on the ones i like.

o.O I see. Looks like you'll have to steal 'em then.

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jaguars are very bottom-heavy, which makes them a joy to play. the neck is actually near youre hands, and its closer to the fretting hand, which is great for leads. its a heavy body though, no doubt about that. my back is usually a bit sore after a good 6 hour jam, if i didnt sit down at all.

How can you not love such a great guitar? If you could Travis, would you put the regular Jag tremolo on it? Or d'you like the hard tail?

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id put a jag trem on it definitely. i got an actual job today so it might go on the list. maybe a refin too. (a la elvis costello jazzmaster) a jag trem maybe moved in a bit like the classic players + rolling tuneomatic = the best theoretical trem design. i think that ill get a new amp and guitar (for my mother's house) and then start improving on my jag, and finally picking up a pedal or 2.

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Sounds good man, congrats on gettin a job. Where you work at?

What kind of amp are you looking to get?

Sounds like a good idea, do that, get the more sustain that is believed to be behind the relocation of the tremolo.

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im a busboy at a pub/restaurant. make about 50 a night. i share the position with another guy though, and its only two nights a week.

im potentially trading my valveking for a mesa boogie dual caliber head. if that fell through, id sell it and buy something small, cheap, and used. maybe an old fender champ or something. also theres a possible trade for an ampeg v4 which seems like a cool amp.

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im looking for a boss delay, a reverb pedal (most likely the line6 verbzilla, with the OCTO setting), or maybe boss or ehx reverb. other than that whatever jumps out at me. the first dirt box i get'll problably be the bigmuff, its cheap, and sounds great. although the size is just unnecessary.

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im looking for a boss delay, a reverb pedal (most likely the line6 verbzilla, with the OCTO setting), or maybe boss or ehx reverb. other than that whatever jumps out at me. the first dirt box i get'll problably be the bigmuff, its cheap, and sounds great. although the size is just unnecessary.

Don't they make mini-Muffs? They do sound different though. I don't know how. I can look into a Boss Digital Delay. I'll take a looksy.

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thank you jake. and yea, theres definitely a difference between the little big muff and the big muff, but thats only because the guys at ehx are dicks. while they could have put all that great sound into a tinier box, they didnt, they changed the circuitry so it would sound smaller and people would associate fatness with physical largeness.

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thank you jake. and yea, theres definitely a difference between the little big muff and the big muff, but thats only because the guys at ehx are dicks. while they could have put all that great sound into a tinier box, they didnt, they changed the circuitry so it would sound smaller and people would associate fatness with physical largeness.

Hmm that's what I thought it sounded like, that's completely retarded to do that...wow.

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Yeah the thread isn't offering much info at all. It's just a bunch of arguing whether or not GFS products are decent. I think they are.

But, they say the original design of that trem isn't so great. It's only 21 bucks, so if you want to try it out, go fer it.

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thats what im thinking. plus ill problably only use it for warble, im not a heavy trem user. plus if it sucks, im out twenty bucks, and i have something cool to stick into a #### guitar.

Indeediana Jones, could sell it on our new section.

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