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Is the jackson v available
Recording and mixing all day
At work wishing I was tinkering with my recording software!
dj0nty boi @ KryptoSoma
Hey dude, I`m from Argentina. I need your RG8 pickguard sketch and I can´t download it, can you help me? please
The Lefty Curse
Contact the site's administrator, @Alex
He's the only one who can delete accounts.
Can you please delete my account? I can't find out how, or even how to PM for that matter. Looks like I signed up in 2011 but just randomly got emailed something?
Hour of Penance is so good
Hey Brian! Long time no see, I was wondering about those Nordstrand pickups with the oversized poles, do you happen to have any clips of those bad boys?
how do I get in touch with you about your PRS guitar?
take a shot everytime Budda tells someone to just buy a 5150.
I'm interested in buying your PRS P24 if still for sale and still in perfect condition ... I live in Kings Park
Hail from South Africa!
Just needed to tell you that you're a GOD, Senior Abasi!
The following is strong here and we'd love to have you over sometime. Hope the Abasi range is going well since all the kak you received and the frets remain alight! I know I'll be ordering one as soon as I've saved up enough.
Still searching for an ESP Amott Transblack adn a Mesa Rectifier blackface in france...
hey there! Saw you are a big fan of Elysian pickups and actually have a set, can I ask you if you have any experience with the Duncan Custom?
yeah I've used the custom and custom 5 extensively. Elysians in general are quite mid forward/snarlier in the midrange, more modern sounding, with a quite tight/responsive low end and a lot of high end on tap. They're very clear for the amount of output they have and split sounds are great. The Trident I and II sets are good for pretty much anything from blues/jazz to doom/techdeath/djent/whatever.
The Custom/Custom 5 are comparatively scooped sounding. They have more low end and high end than they do mids. It's not a huge scoop, but it's enough of one to give the pickups a big tight sound when they're pushed hard. Cleans are quite good and the low end stays pretty tight/responsive for how big the low end feels. They're excellent pickups for blues/rock/thrash/death metal .
Thank you! So it seems that the Elysian Tridents have a bump in the mids whereas the Custom is more of a midscooped PU, funny how that works! I'm looking for low end and that cold scooped tone the custom has seems to fit the bill.
Dude your M80M videos fuckin amazin...I was literally laughing my ass off and I’m native born American and thought your comedy is better than ours
Also, I've already got a Crunchlab laying around, how would it work/sound in my new HSS Strat (alder body)?
You should be fine, the crunchlab is a relatively chunky/thick sounding pickup and does fine in brighter guitars. I'm pretty sure most of the EBMM JP line are either basswood or alder bodies.