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  1. Posted to Spain, 230V only please, pm me.
  2. I've had mine for over 2 years, still works fine, very effective and not noisy. Also doesn't affect tone when it's off. A bargain indeed. I might replace it later down the line with a MXR, but mainly for aesthetic purposes.
  3. Use higher gage strings maybe, and higher string action? If you've got a guitar with a floyd rose, replace the block with a big fat brass block: http://floydupgrades.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=66&zenid=cfqcb4uolot3dls1vtg28sml82 I'm sure there are similar products for vintage trems. I haven't tried this myself but I might in the future(don't want to now since I use Tremol-no's, and they're incompatible with these big blocks). I hear it really makes a world of a difference in sustain and tone, more than pickups. Sustain really comes down to the frets IMO.
  4. Digitech Hardwire DL-8. Delay pedal and looper(20 seconds I believe) and it's true bypass.
  5. Pointless question. Religion is not really open to rational explanation, and anyone who tries to explain theirs is missing the point of their faith. Not a point in religion's favor is it?
  6. I really like my Digitech GSP1101... but for whatever reason NOBODY else mentions them for whatever reason. Haha saw your gear pic, I realized you're the same dude from those gsp1101 clips on youtube(I asked you a few questions about it). I'm REALLY considering getting that unit and ditching the idea of getting a peavey rockmaster and a separate fx processor, but the footswitch for it is so damned expensive grrr.
  7. I had an ancient RP-1 multifx and the delays, reverbs and modulations on it were outstanding, distortions were pretty crappy and very limited EQ-wise(low kbit I guess) but sounded ok for practice. Never got it working in the FX loop of my main amp though, which is why I sold it and opted for separate pedals, plus I'm sure as hell it would suck a lot of tone as it's a very very old digital unit. A friend has a RP-12(like the rp1 but with an expression pedal) and it sounded amazingly decent into a torn up laney 30W SS amp with a full band, tonewise it wasn't amazing but it's a pretty versatile gadget.
  8. What do you all think of the G sharp? I need a very inexpensive solution for delay, reverb, and some modulation(mainly chorus but flange would be nice too), and checking stores for new gear, it seems to fill the bill perfectly for the price. Would be going into a rack with a rocktron GAP(solid state pre) or a peavey rockmaster(tube pre). Is it good? No tone suck while in bypass? I'm aware you can't have delay and modulation at the same time but I think I could live with that, but can you save patches with different settings for the same effect(ie: 2 choruses with fast and slow oscillations)? Should I just get some used boss pedals? Man I regret selling all my fx pedals. I would really prefer something in a rack format, but everything but the G-Sharp is way out of my price range, and good used gear is hard to come across where I live(I live on a remote island lol).
  9. Bump for my Engl Fireball auction: http://cgi.ebay.es/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=120418792340
  10. Relisted my Engl Fireball head: http://cgi.ebay.es/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120418792340 Starts at 500
  11. Crap, I should've posted this earlier, my auction ends today! : http://cgi.ebay.es/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=120415287002 My Engl Fireball is up on ebay, I ship to anywhere in Europe. Shipping UK and most of continental Europe will be 70
  12. Up on ebay is my Engl Fireball(was originally selling it only within my country(Spain) but I decided to make the auction available for EU bidders): http://cgi.ebay.es/ENGL-Fireball-E625-60W-Tube-amp-head_W0QQitemZ120415287002QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_186?hash=item120415287002&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1315|66%3A2|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1318|301%3A1|293%3A1|294%3A50 Contact me through ebay if interested for shipping estimates/any other questions.
  13. The lesser amount of pots in your circuit, the less amount of DC resistance will be in the path from the pickup to the amp, therefore less treble is rolled off and attack feels much faster. Lack of any tone pot whatsoever gives it a (IMO) nice glassy transparent sound. I have a H-S charvel that came with that configuration(just 1 vol pot, nothing else) and the single sounded fine with it. But I'm upgrading the pot to a 1meg and changing the single to a HB-type pickup, as I want a little more bite out of the bridge pickup as it's very warm.
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