Jeesan
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Jeesan

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    1. stevexc
      stevexc
      Couldn't tell ya! He did make a post on the 12th, and he helped Tim out with a chat-related matter around then - probably just too busy with life to be on the forums. 'Tis the season after all.
    2. bloc
      bloc
      Aww, that's very kind of ya! But I ain't gonna lie, I don't see it getting better than the Gravity picks!

      Damn I think 72 picks could last me a lifetime. What gauge do you use?
    3. bloc
      bloc
      Ah, say no more. When I was making the decision to buy the picks I was actually in metronome mode too! Hell, if anything I still am haha. But having a high quality, thick, and grip-y pick really helps man.

      But regarding these higher end picks, I just don't know if I'd be able to justify the cost. For the $35 you could buy several different Gravity picks including the shipping! I say try the cheaper picks first and if they really aren't working then move on up to the higher end stuff.
    4. bloc
      bloc
      I love em! I bought three 2 mm Sunrises (mini size) with the elliptical holes in em and they really do make a difference in the comfort and grip. I got these particular ones because I used to use Jazz III and since I love that size I stuck with it. As for durability I have noticed that the bevels NEAR the tip are getting worn down. NOT the actual tip. This comes after playing pretty much daily for several hours per day. So I guess that's normal?

      When it comes to cost though, they definitely ain't cheap especially after options, taxes, and shipping. So you really wanna be sure that a pick is something worth spending money on before you hit the buy button.

      But as a bonus, they threw in a free 3 mm one as well :)
    5. MIL8
      MIL8
      I'm kind of mixed on the Evo2. I actually think it sounds better than an Evo for rhythm, but I prefer the regular Evo for leads. I'm going to try some other pickups, I have a PAF pro sitting here ready to go in next time I change strings. I really want to try a Gravity Storm in it also.
    6. Konfyouzd
      Konfyouzd
      I haven't installed the Duncan yet. :lol:
    7. OmegaSlayer
      OmegaSlayer
      So glad to read you again!
      I checked and you were missing from May. :(
      Hope everything is alright and good luck with your moving :)

      Book must be really cool :)
      I only play Summer Song and Surfin :lol:
      I can't send to mind Satch Boogie for the life of me LMAO
    8. OmegaSlayer
      OmegaSlayer
      Where are you?
    9. redstone
      redstone
      Hi, it depends if you use the radial deviation or pronosupination, the radial deviation always tense a bit your biceps/triceps because it shares common muscles with the forearm flexion/extension, ultimately you might want to be totally relaxed but ... it's not an issue if you tense a bit when building your speed, it depends on the way you build it. I can't explain this here, need to make some vids etc, I'll inform the community when it's available..
    10. neurosis
      neurosis
      No, no. Don´t throw it out before you try it. If it plays amazing you won´t care, trust me. My S was the first decent guitar I had. I worked my ass off over an entire summer to afford it. When I went to the store with the money options were limited and I was set on an RG. But then I tried this thing and I could´t care less about the purple. I totally chose it based on the sound. If it resonates well unplugged and does´t have any cosmetic flaws and is comfortable who cares how it looks. You aren´t going to be playing it in a mirror. :D I just play what feels right to me. I have a preference, but I have been surprised quite often.
    11. neurosis
      neurosis
      That guitar is stunning. But then you know... I love guitars. I like most of them. Not all play nice but most look really good. Hahahahah.
    12. neurosis
    13. neurosis
      neurosis
      Oh Man. No I am sorry. A nice dude from another forum came home and picked it up for his brother. It was a damn nice guitar. i actually miss it a lot. But I always keep two guitars in rotation kind of so I could´t afford to keep it since I didn´t want to part with my Caparison. Hahaha. But if you find one, I can say now despite form, thickness and comfort differences, the tone of both mahogany guitars is very similar if you have a set of pups you prefer. Good luck!
    14. Mr. Big Noodles
      Mr. Big Noodles
      Yeah, that's it. Party on, dude.
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