Gotta love a Jackson!Got a coupon from Guitar Center which is close to the house so took a look around and before you knew it I was walking out the door with this.
I've got a new effects processor coming in the mail so I should be able to play her through my amp soon. It's been down for a few years.
Bought this setup in the early nineties. 200 watt stereo power amp and 4 50 watt Celestians in the 2 cabinets. She's got a pretty good bark to her. I call it "The Rig".
Cleaned up the Ibanez the other night and noticed it was getting a little worn so good time to get another one. (just one of many justifications for this purchase)...
Thanks Carl....I'm sure I'll personalize it somehow evenetually. I'd like to distress it and make it look like it's been beat on a little but for now I'm enjoying the newness.Nice G Chad! Got any pinstripers near you? That Army green is crying out for some pinstripes... nice "Rig" too!
Wow look at all those pedals! I'm terrible with the gear. I've just got a ZOOM G3 because I know I can get a decent sound out of one. It's got a drum machine and a looper I may have to experiment with.Here's my dual amp setup for now. Vintage Teisco Checkmate on the left handles loops and drumtracks from the Line6 JM4 looper and the Jet King on the right pushes another Teisco cabinet on the bottom loaded with a 15" and it handles live guitar and loops from the TC Ditto2...
The board also features a Digitech Timebender for two octave up reverse echos and a Mr.Black Supermoon for deep warped reverb.
It's pretty sweet especially for a mid-levelish guitar. Cost me $679 with the coupon. This is my first new electric since I got my Ibanez RG 550 in 1990.Gotta love a Jackson!
Distress... always a topic to drive folks nuts. Me, I like a guitar that's had the finish worn off. I have a 74' Tele that has bare wood showing in a few places but it's smooth not chewed or knicked up. The so called faux painted relic jobs look like crud and I've yet to see a relic job I like when they abuse the body with chips and dents. It's just not the same as what time can do. My Grampa bought that Tele new and wore the finish off playin' it...I agree, not a fan of relics....the never get the wear sports correct.
Everything except the whammy bar. Neck is straight, some nicks and dings, pots are a bit loose and I'm sure the electronics need to be gone thru but overall it's a solid guitar and very much worth servicing to bring back to a player...have a few too many current projects to spend any time or $$ on it at the moment...I'll get to it!I'm diggin' the old Univox...is it all there?
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Ya know, these Squires my be low-end but I have an older one that is a fairly sweet player.
Squier w/ Hwy One pickups & a funky pick guard...bought the guitar from a starving college student for $50 and swapped out the stock guard and pickups... decked the bridge and am running single tone and volume pots with custom wiring featuring all 3 pups on in the middle position.
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In fact, I hotrod Fenders for my affluent friends, they give me their pups, and I build myself Squiers that kick butt.Ya know, these Squires my be low-end but I have an older one that is a fairly sweet player.