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  1. All the inlays are kinda off, aren't they?
  2. Is there any way you can get some better pics at some straight-on angles? There's some funky angles going on there and the resolution and focus make me feel like the pics were taken with one of those cameras with a cube flash on top.
  3. Kinda spammy... This guy's popping up around the 'Net with a single post.
  4. Looks like it's a copypasta from a since deleted (but still Google Cached) thread on TGP. LOL https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:fg_QTbMQSSEJ:https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php%3Fthreads/lets-talk-glarry.2166206/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
  5. Is that an AX3 with a Floyd installed on it or an AX4 that originally came with a Floyd? I have an AX4 and it's amazing!
  6. Uh... You guys know that the pedal only works with the frequencies it's given, right? It's not an octave pedal (which works JUST FINE with guitar amps) so it's not adding any bass frequencies that aren't already in the guitar's signal. The difference between an envelope filter for guitar and one for bass is the Q and the sweep, basically. It doesn't add any frequencies on the low end. Looking at the exact pedal in question it looks like what they did is take a regular guitar envelope filter (auto wah), tweak the frequency response a little, and add dry and effected mix knobs. An envelope filter basically does the same thing as a wah. You know how many guitarists like bass wahs and don't hurt anything?
  7. I still wanna see a pic of the guitar as a whole as it is now. I'm willing to bet there's some badassery there.
  8. How's the rest of the guitar look? The worn gold might just work for it.
  9. Yeah, try turning the tone down on the OD a little bit and see how that helps. I think your pickups are beyond the point where lowering them increases dynamic range, so you shouldn't lose any as you raise them.
  10. It's a bit thinner than I would go for. What amp/drive is it?
  11. What pickups are those? Personally, I like the tone. I probably would raise the pickups up a TINY bit myself but that tone, compressor and all, has use.
  12. People that read spec sheets. I've got Area '67s in the middle and neck of my orange Strat and an Area '61 in the bridge of my oooooold black Strat (not to be confused with my Black Strat) and I'm pretty damn happy with them.
  13. I mean... Here's one option. 🤷‍♂️ https://reverb.com/item/503098-vintage-1970-s-raven-sg-style-guitar-made-in-japan
  14. He said a 1970 model. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that it's not a Raven West.
  15. Old thread is old! No, a photo flame is quite literally a photo. It's a picture of flame maple printed on paper which is glued to the top of the guitar. Epiphone used and still uses thin flame maple veneers, which are actual thin slices of wood.
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