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My first partscaster I put together is for sure my number one still! I have put together 4 more since this one that all came together great, but nothing has ever felt or played as right as this one always does.
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<div class="message">Actually it typically becomes a matter of the loudest and most moronic trying to drown out anything resembling intelligence. Every political thread here turns into Thunderdome for stupidity.</div>
I don't really have a #1. Even my top 2-3 changes quite regularly based on mood.
The past few weeeks I've been really enjoying my Jag and PowerJet.
The Jaguar has great cleans. A bit of reverb and tremolo running through the Ampeg puts a smile on my face every time.
The PowerJet has sweet cleans but can also really bring the Rawk,
The Vox Virage is about as comfortable as a guitar can be, and super versatile. My Warmoth is an absolute stunner in the looks department, super light, and the alumitones work great with effects. The BG-Strat-90 equipped Benford strat is like a great strat on steroids, and the Rose Mozarts in the Luna Sol sound sublime. And of course there's my trusty old Reverend Flatroc.
At the end of the day I feel very fortunate to have several great guitars each with their own distinct personality.