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  1. The larger headstock just looks like it balances the body more - not a fan of the 'slim-line' look, even though it is quite genuine.
  2. Hi, Which Fender Stratocasters had the large headstocks please, old, new and current models? Thanks
  3. Am over the Pond - can't see any over here Downtown / on the High Street. You can purchase mail-order but then you can't try them out first. Why are none stocked in the shops? Dunno :-|
  4. Wah is ok in this set-up, just wish I was using my full size one
  5. That's my pedal set-up at the moment. Can't get that 'scream' effect from any other wah (this is a mini on a try-out board) - have stopped using overdrive because it completely cuts up the fuzz signal, use the amp instead with its 'crunch' setting. Know you're not supposed to do this in tandem with fuzz effects but the overall sound is better than mixing fuzz plus overdrive pedals, in a chain, I have found. I have a Fender fuzz-wah but it was a pain because you could lose track of where in the switch-over you were, it's broken now - never liked it much - huge, heavy clunking thing. Also picked up a Budda wah but I don't use it - it also suffers from a special power plug/socket arrangement which makes it a nuisance on any board.
  6. Hi, is the DELUXE ROADHOUSE™ STRAT® the only modern Strat available with the *large headstock* please? What is this axe like to play? Thanks
  7. Hi, Been having a lot of trouble with a Cry Baby mini wah, the fuzz seems to neutralise it. Yesterday I placed the fuzz in front of the wah & bingo! Now I got good fuzz + wah But I thought traditionally the wah came first on a pedal board
  8. Wow, thanks, so that's how it's done :-o I unscrewed the head with a screw driver - releasing the old string, then trapped the new string by giving it plenty of slack while screwing tight the head again. Then I tuned up
  9. Hi, Finally went in for a s/h Fender Thought I'd change a string tonight - WOW! - the string will not come out of the tuner >:-( Imagine breaking a string at a gig & that happened :-o Anyway, I am stumped - tried pliers, everything - the string won't budge. The Fender handbook does not show this tuner & it doesn't seem to be a lockable one? No ideas :-| Please help! Thanks
  10. Thanks. That 9.6v wart was for an Electro-Harmonix (something), I have so many of these plugs now [sigh]. The specs give: "Power Supply ~ Carbon-zinc battery (9 V, 6F22) or Alkaline battery (9 V, 6LR61), AC adaptor (PSA series: sold separately)". https://www.boss.info/us/products/ch-1/specifications/ PSA series are: "500 mA of current to easily power multiple pedals, even digital ones", no mention of voltage. https://www.boss.info/us/products/psa_series/ This site lists a "smaller, upgraded version delivers 9v DC at up to 500mA (previous version PSA-240 was only 200mA) and accommodates more than one Boss effects pedal to be connected and operated at the same time by using power supply link cables. The PSA-230 ES can be used in conjunction with the Boss TU-2, LS-2 or NS-2 and Boss daisy chain lead to power up to 7 of your Boss pedals." https://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Boss-PSA-230-ES-Power-Supply/C7F So 9v listed here.
  11. Was using a 9v wall wart. I swapped to a 9.6v & now I have clean signals going to either amp.
  12. Hi, Experimenting with Boss CH-1 Super Chorus Pedal between two small Fender practice amps. The A (mono) output gives me a nice clean signal, but the B output to a second amp gives me hum. What am I doing wrong please? Thanks [h=1][/h]
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