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  1. Originally Posted by MikeyParent Wow Cool idea, but in April 69 Zep only had one album out, and the Stones were huge that year.
  2. Originally Posted by MikeyParent Wow Cool idea, but in April 69 Zep only had one album out, and the Stones were huge that year.
  3. Replace the Tremolux with a cut down Deluxe, and you have my pile exactly!
  4. Replace the Tremolux with a cut down Deluxe, and you have my pile exactly!
  5. They were nice at the time,felt good,PAFvoiced humbuckers,many favors.
  6. The bassist I play with and record occasionally is an old recording pro. Bass into DI, DI into board. Voila! Amazing tone, and will hit -6db all night long.
  7. I have a CE-1, the # isn't 1, but my OD-1 has 0000 for a sn. I think they made a lot of them like that.
  8. Originally Posted by Zappa74 I don't understand why they haven't remixed the Beatles stereo catalog. Everyone agrees that the old stereo mixes blow. Get in there, {censored} with them and make them sound good. When recording to 4 track a lot of mix decisions are made early on during bouncing, so a remix would be nigh on impossible.
  9. Older Gibsons, IME, tend to need major service after about 30 years or so, most I've seen have become unglued to a certain extent. Older Martins tend to stay together better from what I've seen. Martin had a problem with tolerance drift concerning bridge placement in the 70's, so check that it intonates well if you are looking in that direction. My choice about 20 years ago was a new D35 (not a guitar I recommend for ensemble playing, but an outstanding solo instrument, it doesn't cut enough for bluegrass), and the newer ones I've tried have been remarkably consistent. I regularly hear from ordinary folk that my D35 is the best sounding guitar they've ever heard.
  10. Originally Posted by BrentMpls I was in the room when Dweezil was demoing Wiggy for Peavey at NAMM. I cannot believe that what he played through that day was the same amp that hit store floors, not even remotely close to what I heard. A lot of the mid 70's stuff was recorded through a Pignose sitting in an echo chamber.
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