A Passion For Gear

23 Aug A Passion For Gear

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A passion for gear. Now before I get into the fun facts and knowledge about my gear. I would like to say few things about how I got to the point I am at today.

My guitar and gear journey started about 7 years or so ago. Before this I had no or little knowledge of a guitar or how to play one for that matter. It was a much older friend who inspired me to play and was just fascinated when watching him play and never thought I would have ever accomplished what I have achieved as of today. Guitar was not something that came natural to me like others but that never stopped me and I was determined to succeed.

Soon after my journey began I would meet a man who would take my playing to the next level and I am sure all reading this can figure this one out….(Fil).

If some one had told me 7 years ago I would be where I am at in my playing, and that I would be crazy about a little band called AC/DC, have a 1970 Gibson SG and a Marshall stack I would have told them no your crazy lol….

Here I am 7 years later. A stronger love for music, much more feeling and groove in my overall playing, and an addiction to a band that will rock your world any day of the week. So I would just like to thank Fil, and all the other great you tubers and now solodallas.com members that keep influencing guitarist from near and far in a positive way! Keep up the fantastic work and I know it is greatly appreciated.

The Gear

Ok so now the part you have been waiting for the good stuff!

I never started out with this great vintage gear and had yes I had epiphones and what not but I was still never 100% satisfied with them. Now I am not saying epiphones and cheaper guitars are not great guitars because they are but after getting more into it and making it my new passion and searching holding out for the right moments and deals I knew what I wanted at least guitar wise at this point I now have my dream line up.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66629680@N03/6067055539/

I just happened to come across a music store site when not intentionally searching for gear from a town near me which I had stopped in there store once before. I browsed there guitar inventory and seen this baby there and from the moment I saw it I knew I had to have it and with Angus Young now being my new music idol well why not right?

As you can tell by the 2 pics of it. The one on left being soon after I got it that there was some work and changes done. The guitar had schaller tuners, which I replaced to Vintage style klusons more so for the looks. The pick-up covers were missing and there not so easy to come by especially if you don’t just want any old year as there’s lots of early 60’s covers out there but after 1965 the covers switched from nickle to chrome so I purchased 1969 covers from a great guy I met online that sells vintage parts. Also getting a set of 69 witch hat knobs from him as it came with 70’s speed knobs as they just don’t justify the looks. Now the guitar is back to pretty much as original as it can get and yes the guitar still has the original T-top picks ups which recently checked the ohms. The neck reading 7.5 with the bridge 7.8.  Another thing I would like to mention is this guitar has had a professional heel repair which was done before I purchased it which I know Fil has talked about this before and issue guitars and how you can really get great guitars cheap and with a little work they can be good as new if not better. So don’t let things like a heel repair stop you. As any repairs if done proper are solid and will last.

The Amp Head

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66629680@N03/6067675564/

Now at this point I have had my dream guitar for awhile but I find I am still lacking on the tone department and even though solid state amps and smaller amps are decent amps and can be especially for beginners. I found when trying to cover my favorite band and other great classic rock tunes I was never fully satisfied and after my first time playing my 70 SG through a friends tube Marshall I knew that if I wanted the tone I was searching and to finally have that sustain, feel and growl so many classic albums had. I would have to break down and find me a tube amp and with all the great discovery’s on solodallas.com for that elusive AC/DC crunch I thought a JMP model would do just that. So remembering having noticed one for sale from the times I was searching on this classified ad site for gear and that it had been up for months and with the price I thought something like this would have not last more than a few days or weeks. Well now was my chance so I jumped at it and got a really super deal on a 1979 JMP 2203 model which is the 100 watt master volume model.

Here’s a link that showcases my JMP and the specs of it more.

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The Cabinet & Speakers

My third and final piece to get my rig 100% Vintage…..Well I started off having bought a pretty much brand new 1960A Lead cabinet a few weeks after I purchased the head as got a another great deal on it which had the celestion 75’s in them which are great and versatile speakers. Trust me guys deals are every where you just have to be patient and look hard. After having the new 1960 Lead A cabinet for just 2 weeks I noticed an add with no pics for a Marshall 1971 Slant cab. The only issue it stated was that 1/3 of the back had been cut out and it was a little beat up. I thought well for the price these issues are only small as just the speakers alone are worth more than what he was asking.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66629680@N03/6067601722/

So I contacted seller and he sent me some pics taken with a phone and you can notice in the first pic that the middle 3rd of the back has been hacked out and not even a neat even cut at that. Which he told me was done even before he had it and my only conclusion to why someone would do this is for sound reasons and to allow more air around the speakers which you notice this on smaller amps and combo’s. The 2nd pic is a new piece of similar wood I found which I have made a new back piece out of.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66629680@N03/6067056401/

Now the cabinet which after having received it and your probably wondering what speakers it had it. Well you will notice in the pic that on the back of the speaker there is a serial number which reads DG25 T1221. The date code being the DGT25 number. So how do I read this your asking yourself well I will tell you. Date codes from 1968 to 1991 are written in the form: Month, Year, Day. D being april and G being 1974 and 25 being the 25th. All the speakers in my cabinet read the same so the new finding since the speakers where made april 25th 1974 then the cabinet is not a 1971 but a 1974 which is still a great find none the less.

Here’s a link so you can see how to date more celestion speakers and years.

http://professional.celestion.com/guitar/features/drdecibel/secret_cdcodes.html

The speakers them self so what is in then.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66629680@N03/6067056477/

The speakers in this cabinet are green backs…well not literately green in terms of color as your probably thinking well how can they be green back speakers if they don’t look green?  The actual term for these speakers are crème backs. Whats the difference your asking? Well from what I know so far is that in the late 60’s to early 70’s the speaker magnet covers on the back are green in color and some made of out metal which newer ones plastic. Then from the early to late 70’s the covers are a crème or greyish whiter color and then the late 70’s to early 80’s you have black backs which have black magnet covers although you might find other theses colors not in the specified year range as read they sometimes used other magnet colors when out of one color of plastic. Theses are all considered green backs and as far as the tonal differences in all them well I don’t have all these so can’t really go into that but I am sure you can find more information online if interested but I love the tone of the crème backs that I have and If I were to compare them to the newer 75’s I had for speakers right before this I would say theses are a tad brighter and a tad more treble but also seem easier and more clear on the ears which I love and they sound great for the classics.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/66629680@N03/6067056785/

Well this concludes all my vintage gear and information I know about it and I hope this was an enjoyable read that and you were able to learn some helpful information and tips when looking for your own gear. So I will end this article by saying thanks to everyone that has inspired me to play and learn, member Banane for all his hard work on the site and allowing me to post this article and then last but not least the more important inspiration. Fil :)

 

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Kyle Cyr
camaro_676869@hotmail.com

Hi everyone.... I am 23 and have been studying and learning the guitar for about 7 years or more and have really become attached to AC/DC and all classic rock in general and just can get enough. I recently fulfilled one of my dreams and purchased my dream Guitar a 1970 Gibson SG which I live to death and have yet to play a better guitar. Solodallas (Fil) has been a big influence in my playing and learning from the begining and now this site will keep the journey going. Rock On Fil :)

58 Comments
  • avatar
    Ryley
    Posted at 03:52h, 26 November

    Hey everyone, i was wondering if I could ask for some input here, Fil’s especially! I just purchased an early 90’s Marshall 1960TV cab loaded with G12m’s. Does anyone have experience with these cabs? Fil, if i recall, you like the G12m’s no?

    • avatar
      AngusRudd1019
      Posted at 09:03h, 26 November

      Not sure if this helps you but Fil used G12M loaded cabs for his recent recording emulating the Highway to Hell album tone. I think it’s the same cab for the For Those About to Rock covers.

    • avatar
      SoloDallas
      Posted at 09:47h, 26 November

      Ryley,
      you did the right thing. My favourite speakers are G12Ms and G12-65s. Period. With probably and edge of the G12Ms over the G12-65s. Here is what I think – and have experienced first hand as always, as you guys know –
      G12Ms (in their various formats, greenbacks, cream backs and blackjacks) have been used by AC/DC from both brothers from early to probably nowadays.
      I am quite sure that Powerage and Highway to Hell were played entirely with G12Ms. Rhythm and Solos. From Back in Black however, the G12-65 were sometimes preferred for rhythm guitars. Solos were – it seems! – instead ALWAYS preferred by Angus played on G12Ms. So I would – yes I would – stretch to the point of saying right here and now that G12Ms ALWAYS for solos (at least in the golden era) and from Back in Black (included) onward, G12-65s for rhythm. Here, this is it.

      • avatar
        Ryley
        Posted at 17:05h, 26 November

        Thanks for the input there Fil! Makes me feel good about my choice! Should be picking up the cab this evening 😀 The guy i’m getting it from has owned it for 20+ years so i believe the speakers should be well worn in along with the rest of the cab :)

  • avatar
    KyleSG
    Posted at 02:18h, 26 September

    Ok so now that I am going from 6550’s to El34’s in my jmp does anyone have any input on some pre-amp tubes they like as going to change them as well as have no idea whats in it now either.

    • avatar
      SoloDallas
      Posted at 07:09h, 26 September

      I have a load of them and don’t even know what they are, no I don’t. But GOOD move towards the EL34s! You will see (hear).
      Please report back. 😉

      • avatar
        clintFNeastwood
        Posted at 18:31h, 12 April

        Hello to everyone. My name is Nick and this is my first time posting here. I have followed solodallas and his tutorial videos “on and off” for years and I have finally come back to find this new website. I have more of a question than a reply and I have no idea how old these posts are; so hopefully I’m not too late. I’ve been searching and reading multiple articles about the jmp 2203. Unfortunately, I’m second guessing my purchase. A couple of years ago, I bought a 1979 JMP 2203 and it has come to my attention that there is some difference between the years of their production. > I promise my question is coming. :) < Like many others, my favorite sound is between Powerage, Highway to Hell, and Back in Black. Personally, I absolutely love the sound of the Powerage album. My question is….. (with Powerage in mind) Should I stick with the 1979 JMP 2203 and have a tech modify it to accept EL-34s? (it has 6550s in it) or would it be in my best interest to buy a JMP 2203 of a different year? ((possibly with the el-34s already in it?)) Thank you to anyone for their input and advice. Nick

  • avatar
    Angusrocks
    Posted at 11:06h, 24 September

    Hello everybody,
    I have some good news for you, especially for those who have a new Gibson SG and looking for ACDCsound. My SG is from 2009 and has 4 Gibson potis and very small capacitors and so i searched in the internet for old SGs and their wiring/harness. The most old SGs from the late sixties early seventies have four CTS 500kohm audio pots and two Orange Drop capacitors 0,22 50 or 100volt and a little different wiring. In the most old SGs the Orange Drop is connected with the hot end of the pickup and the middlelog of the tonepoti.
    So i did exactly this wiring, bought myself these pots and these capacitors and changed the complete harness. I know there are prewired harnesses out there, but they are much more expensive and it is a lot of fun to do it by yourself, so the next time to do that, is not a problem anymore.
    By the way…..a new Gibson SG has 300kohm linear volumepots and 500kohm audio tonepots and capacitors as small as a head of a needle. The result is just amazing !! I can just recomment this to everybody who is looking for the Angussound or for the sound of an old SG !! Much more highs and power !! The sound has more bite and clearity, is more open and if you roll back the volumepot the sound will not get muffled and dark. Do this and you will not be dissapointed !!

    • avatar
      banane
      Posted at 07:21h, 26 September

      Ah, that reminds me to do the same thing with my 2009 SG too, but will use a full wiring kit. Found a nice german shop for this: http://www.acys-lounge.de/agl-wirings.html

      And if I remember correctly, they have single parts for wirings too.

      • avatar
        Angusrocks
        Posted at 12:19h, 26 September

        ooohhh yes, a very good site !!
        But these complete wirings are really expensive……

        • avatar
          banane
          Posted at 23:53h, 26 September

          Yes, but I’m lazy and putting in a complete new wiring would save me a lot of time :)

      • avatar
        OldSchoolRocker666
        Posted at 17:50h, 02 October

        To bad there is no english lanquage button so non germans can read what the site says. Looks like a great site!

  • avatar
    KyleSG
    Posted at 02:19h, 30 August

    Ok I have a question. I finally have decided to put new tubes in my JMP my question is should I stay with 6550’s (the U.S tubes) or all it takes is a resistor to be changed and I can use EL34’s in it. Also what brand of tubes do you recommend?

    • avatar
      Emplexador
      Posted at 09:27h, 30 August

      Kyle, I could not stand my 6550 2204 until I converted to El34s. I wanted classic tones and thought then new 2204s would get me there… I knew nothing of tubes back then. We are talking pre-Internet 80s. In desperation went to amp tech in Ft Lauderdale (amp techs in South Florida always interesting) who set me on the right El34 path.

      Is your amp European or American?

      Google “6550 to el34 conversion” the first few results have good info

      Cannot recommend current production tubes though use them. RFT and Mullards can recommend but they got expensive

    • avatar
      SoloDallas
      Posted at 09:30h, 30 August

      Kyle I would change into EL34 immediately.
      Do not do it yourself though. I wouldn’t.
      For tubes, I used/use Tesla, GT, etc. The latest ones I am using I can’t obviously remember what they are, will look into it.

      • avatar
        KyleSG
        Posted at 02:39h, 31 August

        Nope no worries yes I will have all this done at local amp tech and wouldn’t dare try this myself lol…..So yes el34’s it is.
        Has any one used the new mullards?

        • avatar
          Fenson
          Posted at 18:32h, 31 August

          Hi !
          New Mullards has nothing to do with the old ones, they are not good.
          I recommend you the Svetlana Winged C, who are the best in the new production (JJ are not bad too).
          Don’t use RFT tubes in power section, it’s not good, but the ECC83 are terrible in pre-amp.

    • avatar
      Emplexador
      Posted at 09:33h, 30 August

      Kyle, get a tech to do this. Also strongly suggest you change out the filter caps…protect your investment.

      • avatar
        SoloDallas
        Posted at 09:40h, 30 August

        Agreed with the Emplexador.

      • avatar
        banane
        Posted at 12:06h, 30 August

        Yes, I second that. My 2204 also came with 6550’s. I bought then new tubes and gave it to a shop for the change. The EL34’s sound way better.
        Plus, it’s always a good idea to let them make a check over the whole amp if everything is fine.

    • avatar
      jonassweden1
      Posted at 13:27h, 12 September

      As a starting point, why don’t you try JJ EL34s? They are reasonably priced and have a proven good tone for Marshalls. http://www.thomann.de/gb/tad_jj_el34_roehre_quartett.htm

      Alternatively, try
      these. Sound even better… 😉
      http://www.watfordvalves.com/product_detail.asp?id=2722

      Cheers
      Jonas

  • avatar
    SoloDallas
    Posted at 10:44h, 29 August

    It makes me feel special to know I may be “inspiring” at times.
    Thank you and congratulations for such a nice article!
    Fil :)

  • avatar
    Fenson
    Posted at 16:56h, 27 August

    Hi !

    I didn’t know where to post this question so I take advantage of this last topic. Does anybody know the meaning of the crown logo on the head of the SG ?

    PS : Nice guitar, wish I could have one like this one day !

  • avatar
    -David-
    Posted at 14:00h, 27 August

    Hey, you said you had Epiphones and wasn’t 100 % satisfied with them. I currently own an Epi LP and it’s ok, but I don’t like the weight and playing scales higher than on the 15th fret is a pain in the ass. I had a 200 € fake SG as my first guitar and the problems above are not a problem with it 😀 Do you think there will be a lot of difference between an Epi LP and a Gibson SG? I’m looking at SG Special Faded because it’s the cheapest one (or a Standard, but it’s like 400 € more expensive), do you think it’s worth it? Thanks if you reply :)

    • avatar
      -David-
      Posted at 14:03h, 27 August

      Oh and btw, awesome gear :)

      • avatar
        Ryley
        Posted at 16:27h, 27 August

        YES definitely worth it! i had the exact same issues, had an epi lp 100, and trust my the SG standard is worth every penny

        • avatar
          -David-
          Posted at 16:43h, 27 August

          Hmmm… I have to try one now 😀 But I have to rely on my parents to buy me one (I don’t have enough money :( ) I hope I can convince them. I’ll go to a store and try it to see what is it like (never played a real Gibson). Thanks :)

          • avatar
            Hyce
            Posted at 22:03h, 27 August

            Hey man, I’ve got the standard and my mate has the Special. They both play about the same, and they both play a million times better than any epi. I’ve played epi sheratons, sg g400, sg 310, les paul special II, les paul 100, and les paul standard; the gibsons both take them all. The difference between the special and standard is this: The standard’s finish is nicer, it has neck binding (the special doesn’t), and the pickup is a bit hotter in the standard. For $500, the special is better value especially after you change the bridge pickup.

    • avatar
      KyleSG
      Posted at 00:14h, 28 August

      Yes any gibson even though a lot more money you will be more happy with in the long run then with an epip.

  • avatar
    Hyce
    Posted at 05:50h, 26 August

    Can anyone here help me? My 1960A cabinet (it’s a new one, less than 5 years old) only works in stereo mode (2 speakers only, not all 4) out of the right jack. Left jack doesn’t work at all; Mono (all four speakers) doesn’t work on 4 ohms or 16 ohms. Not the head, not the cable, not the speakers… something wrong with the jacks. Any ideas anyone?

    • avatar
      Emplexador
      Posted at 05:43h, 27 August

      did you open it? open it and check the connections. check the pcb. check the solder joints. Get rid of the pcb and rewire the cab (you will loose the stereo and switchable impedance capabilities). Wiring diagrams are available on the web

      • avatar
        banane
        Posted at 09:42h, 27 August

        I second that. The PCB should be even available as a spare part.

        • avatar
          Hyce
          Posted at 22:07h, 27 August

          I’ve checked the wiring and the PCB, both look okay. I think that the switch itself (it’s in it’s own little box, contacts aren’t exposed) must be broken. It seems from here, from marshall, and from the marshall forums that a re-wire to one 16 ohm jack is what’s got to happen. I could get a new jack panel with the PCB, but it’s $50… Kind of a rip off I think, and I don’t need stereo. So, I guess I’ll learn to solder and re-wire it.

  • avatar
    Tyler
    Posted at 23:08h, 23 August

    Nice story man! I came across a jmp in a little guitar shop in louisiana when I was on vacation last week. It was in almost mint condition but the guy wanted $2000 for it. I’d like to have one some day, but for right now i’m happy with the versatility of my jvm.

    • avatar
      KyleSG
      Posted at 23:24h, 23 August

      2000 is way overprice for a jmp there’s tons cheaper everywhere.

      • avatar
        Emplexador
        Posted at 07:47h, 27 August

        KyleSG, great story and good job on your gear. You know you can’t drop EL34s in that amp without changing a resistor. I had to this to mine years ago.

        • avatar
          KyleSG
          Posted at 07:53h, 27 August

          Thanks Emplexador glad you liked it and yep I am aware you can’t just swap El34’s for 6550 but I don’t know if I would ever change them although thinking about new tubes soon.

          • avatar
            Emplexador
            Posted at 09:12h, 27 August

            Kyle, it’s a 32 year old amp. The glass looks original and probably needs changing. I would also change out the filter caps and that’s a good time to convert to EL34 if you want to get closer to ACDC

            • avatar
              KyleSG
              Posted at 00:18h, 28 August

              I have thought about whether or not to go the EL34 route but then again who says AC/DC’s amps back in the day only had el34’s and not 6550’s as they did tour a lot in the states using these type of amps and the 6550’s where all from US and I am sure they bought or used US amps when here. I also like the tone now so it’s hard to change as wont know what it will be like if changed? Maybe better or not.

              • avatar
                Emplexador
                Posted at 02:24h, 28 August

                ACDC was getting their amps direct from Jim in UK and not from US distributors Unicord or Korg. ACDC was a special client and their amps where selected at factory thus no 6550s AFAIK.

  • avatar
    Hyce
    Posted at 22:26h, 23 August

    Some day I hope to get one of those heads too. Most likely the 2204 though, simply because 100 watts is a LOT. I’m only 2 years along in my guitar playing journey (started teaching myself 2 years ago, best idea ever). I’ve got a new SG standard, maybe a vintage one will come later, but today I’m off to go pick up a 1960A cabinet. Hopefully that thing can make my little 5 watter loud!

    • avatar
      KyleSG
      Posted at 22:31h, 23 August

      Hey Hyce 2204 or 2203 which ever comes the better price….Yes I thought a 2203 might be crazy louder in comparison to a 2204 but it’s not really that much louder. Just more head room and doesn’t break up quite as quick but the master volumes on theses help a lot and I can get great tone at bedroom levels and you can also get an attenuator if needed.

      • avatar
        banane
        Posted at 23:11h, 23 August

        Yeah, I would use an attenuator anyways. And get a 100W one for the 2204. An attenuator built for 50W one is definitely not enough.

        • avatar
          Emplexador
          Posted at 09:18h, 27 August

          here’s what I learned: you can have the vintage marshalls, the pre-rola cabs, etc., and paired with the wrong attenuator, everything goes to hell. After 25 years, only one attenuator does the job with my vintage Marshalls and that’s the Aracom. Everything else is a compromise (Faustine aside/not available).

          • avatar
            Angusrocks
            Posted at 09:23h, 27 August

            Did you test different attenuators ?

            • avatar
              Emplexador
              Posted at 02:28h, 28 August

              plenty and Aracom has them all beat. Check around. Faustine cannot be had and is not as technologically as advanced as Aracom. ARacom in a class by itself with vintage Marshalls

          • avatar
            banane
            Posted at 09:41h, 27 August

            Did you also try a Weber Attenuator? Got a Mass 100 for my 2204 recently and I’m relative happy with it. Used a Mass 50 before but it was too weak to attenuate the 2204 down to bedroom level when it’s on 6. The Mass 100 does the job while delievering a great tone too. Or better to say: A bit above bedroom level, the tone is amazing, and on bedroom level its still great, but you hear that the amp is dimed down a lot.
            Of course now I’m still asking myself if the Aracom would deliever a better tone :)

            • avatar
              Emplexador
              Posted at 02:30h, 28 August

              Weber’s are great and excel in many applications but with Marshall MV and non-MV big iron, ARACOM is the best in the world. Trust me guys . I would not be here bullshitting and putting my reputation on the line.

    • avatar
      rjofig
      Posted at 15:48h, 24 August

      Kyle, I’m happy for you, your gear looks great and it must fell great to play it.
      Like Hyce I’m about 2 years along (BTW, Hyce I remember some of your videos, you play very well after only two years!) and hope to get this kind of gear myself at some point. My next step is hopefully a new SG. Cheers!

      • avatar
        Hyce
        Posted at 16:31h, 25 August

        I’ll grab a 2203 if it’s a better deal than a 2204. I don’t know if I’d get an attenuator because they’d add a couple hundred more dollars to the price tag of the whole rig (which is a while of saving for me; I’m only 17); I might just use a post phase inverter master volume. I might also just gig with the 2204 (and maybe crank it when mommy leaves the house), because the rest of my band has 120 watt 2×12 VOX combos that my poor 5 watter can’t contend with at all. Thanks Renato, Hopefully you’ll find a new SG. You’ll realize when you get it how easy they are to play; My epiphone is unplayable compared to the Gibson. They just scream easy vibrato! It’s good stuff.

  • avatar
    RiffRaff
    Posted at 22:11h, 23 August

    Nice.
    Post something you’ve recorded, Kyle 😀 i wanna hear man

  • avatar
    headwhop26
    Posted at 15:01h, 23 August

    Wow dude! This is sick!

    Im about 4 years or so along on my journey, and sometimes its a good reminder that as long as I keep playing, keep practicing, and keep increasing my repetiore, i will get better. I hit a wall every now and then where things dont really seem to be improving, but Fil’s helped out a lot with that for me.

    Thanks for reminding me 😀

  • avatar
    ar2619Rob
    Posted at 13:53h, 23 August

    Hi Kyle, great to see you’ve finally got the set up you wanted so badly. I remember swapping pictures etc when you were searching for bits and pieces for your SG and now it looks really Rock ‘n’ roll! Your gear is similar to mine, my SG pick ups were similar values and I could never get enough drive for the solos. I changed the bridge for the Angus Young Signature and I can’t recommend it enough mate. It’s transformed my set up and is the single best thing I’ve ever replaced on a guitar. If you want more drive, get one :)

    • avatar
      KyleSG
      Posted at 17:25h, 23 August

      Hi Rob….Yes you are right I find that for rhythm it’s great but have always found for solo’s I’m reaching for 11 on the volume knob to get that little extra out of it without having to turn the amp up.

  • avatar
    Ant
    Posted at 13:26h, 23 August

    some one wipe the drool off my chin that guitar is my dream :), i have yet to find my SG im still using an epiphone les paul style :(

    Cool Article!
    Ant

  • avatar
    banane
    Posted at 12:40h, 23 August

    What a great article, Kyle! Congratulations!
    And if anyone else wantzs to show off: just tell me! :)

    • avatar
      KyleSG
      Posted at 22:09h, 23 August

      Thanks Franz glad you liked it :)

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