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  1. I remember when you first posted the acquisition of that head. I thought it was really impressive. This combo is right in my wheelhouse! Great cleans (so I assume it would take pedals well...but who'd need them with the drive section this has), but once he gets into it with the drive up, it's obvious what this is about! Cliff's a really good player, as well! Good demo! very enjoyable. Glad it's far enough away I don't have to worry about wandering out in order wander back home with one.... I'd gig that one in a heartbeat! Thanks, Bob!
  2. You took that to a PSP one year, didn't you, Rich? If it's the one I'm thinking of, that was a bad little amp!
  3. Have mercy! Always thought the Seths were it for the 535.... But having heard this, may have to reconsider! Never heard a 335 bark quite like this! They clean up nicely, but boy, they seem to be able to get angry in a hurry! I'll be watching this video more than once, today.
  4. I'd bet the rent money it's the real thing. Don't think it's been refinished; finish crazing looks normal, natural. Burnt Amber is a really nice color!
  5. Will, the tunings are generally: Major 3d lower: C F A# D# G C 4th lower: B E A D F# B 5th lower: A D G C E A Listen to Glen Campbell on Wichita Lineman and Galveston. I used one for the first time on a studio session a couple of weeks ago. Ran it through a fuzzbox and doubled an alto sax line. It sounded like a bari sax. Hilarious!
  6. Boy...does this look like fun! If only.... We, in the provinces ("unwashed insides," indeed), expect a full accounting, of course.
  7. Well played, Brent! At the second or third PSP John (Kuz) had a Chicago Blues Box take on a Super Reverb. It was completely righteous amp!!! I had a chance to buy it, later, and didn't. One of my great amp regrets!
  8. I'll say only this about "post-Corp": Did the factory tour two days ago. Very impressed with what I saw (having been through the old plant eight times). If I could only have a day to lay hands on ten or twelve of what I laid eyes on. That would be the tell!
  9. Nice (of course), David! Great to see you on the gig. Your arrangement? 575 sounds terrific...and that's probably a function of the Evans, too (they're built just a few miles down the road from me). Great low volume tone! Clear as a bell, and with that nice single-string articulation and snap, and a little of the acoustic sound as well. Nice right hand, too, chords sound almost as though you're doing the Wes right hand. Descending chords after the solo were sweet! Thanks for posting.
  10. As a former owner of a 1952 Epiphone Zephyr Regent, I have to love this! Really cool...and apparently pretty well done, too!
  11. You'll never convince me that, like a sentient being, instruments don't respond to attention like this! What you have here is the checklist for a basic setup. And I think that in doing this sort of thing, you're actually doing a setup on yourself, as the player of this piece, hence the result. The only difference in our approaches, JAM, is that for mine, a good single malt Scotch is on the list. And as a side-note, I have used .009's maybe three or four times in the last fifty years. Just last week I put a set on my Jack Dent, which has a long scale and has always been kind of "tight" to play. Wasn't expecting much.... I'll never put anything other than .009's on that guitar again.
  12. Currently favoring D'Addario NYXL's. They have really good staying power (staying bright, staying in tune) on my working guitars! 10-46.
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