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AP515

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About AP515

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  • Birthday 02/24/1962

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    Guitar, Banjo, CBG, Piano, laughing with my kids.

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  1. I have a, now getting pretty old, Peavey "red stripe" SS amp. I like it. Sounds good but without that bloom you get with tubes. Still it is easy to haul around and gets a good tone without the volume requirement. At practice volumes or for lessons, it's a great way to go. If you are talking about gig's I'd still go with tubes.
  2. Lovely specimen! Is the zebra on purpose?
  3. That cover plate is pretty good evidence for authenticity. She's a beauty.
  4. I don't see that guitar as "worn in" as you call it. I see it as damaged...needlessly. I don't mind honest wear, but even if a guitar has honest wear, if that wear begins to bring the functionally or playability into question, it gets repaired.
  5. I don't hear a lot of difference between the Vintage and the Modern. Sure there is some. but it's the abundance of gain that makes it what it is. Once you are driving nails, the personality of the hammer doesn't seem to matter much. The Maverick and the lone Star Classic have the same circuits. The Lone Star came from the Maverick IIRC. They sound very much alike. If you already have the Maverick you won't get enough difference out of the LSC to be worth the investment.
  6. I love my single rec. It's not as warm a tone as my Lone Star Classic, but when you want to impress the neighbors with the latest solo you learned, there is no better amp.
  7. Loved the tone. He's developed his gear for his style of play for sure. Been almost 40 years since I lived in Spain so listening to him was a treat as well.
  8. Congrats! I have a 2005 with 59's and I agree with your assessment. Mine's a keeper too.
  9. Ya'll know Korina is a type of Mahogany right?
  10. Welcome PMDDS, I found out about Heritage as I was looking for a good LP. Luckily I didn't have to try a Gibson first. Went straight to the H150 and got my LP fix without the name on the headstock. Interestingly enough, I got to experience the "real" LP through a series of trades later on and I wasn't impressed. The H150's stayed and the "real" LP is gone. The "real" LP is an H150 anyway...😉
  11. I think you can be assured they are going to ask for attorney's fees. They will probably get it too. I don't see Gibson winning this one. Everybody has made an explorer model. Dean can't be singled out.
  12. Haven't they already settled with Heritage? Would be hard to reopen the issue again IMO. Maybe that's why whey went with Dean. They don't have a case against Heritage or PRS since there is already history there.
  13. What a cool piece of history! You are a fortunate man.
  14. D'Addario XL's standard 10-46. Vanilla I guess...😐 I think 9's would be fine with some adjustments to the set up.
  15. Sure, I remember that section. But how many of those originals are still around? I don't see a lot of international participation lately.
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