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paulh

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  • Birthday 10/01/1957

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  1. I know i don't post much, but I lurk a lot and I too vote for 1.0!
  2. Thanks. I hadn't thought of running the amp through another device. I was assumign I'd need to mix the iPod and guitar inputs through the guitar amp.
  3. After years of aimless noodling, I realize that I need to play along with others or at least with backing tracks. My pratice amp has a headphone out (important to the rest of the family) but doesn't have an aux in so I wind up using a cd player in the same room, or (to be quieter) my ipod using one earphone so I can hear the track and my playing, neither approach is great. Is there a relatively easy (and cheap) way to run both the guitar and the backing track through the amp and control volume of both? I guess I could buy a GDEC or something like that, but I'd rather save the money for other gear. Thanks
  4. "I guess I'm not the only one who doesn't think too highly of the thin pyrex slides. I'm sure they have their place somewhere, but I can't seem to make them work." I thought it was just me. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't get decent tone from thin pyrex. Now using a steel socket - better tone - now I need another excuse from my technique!
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