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    1. Gorilla Snot
      Gorilla Snot
      Raximkoron... This is Joe Shapiro.. Owner of Gorilla Snot guitar pick grip. My company use to make the Cymbolic Guitar Pick I noticed you posted about years ago.. I would your messages from Google. I took over the company in 2012 and am also in Denver. We are considering going into production on the Cymbolic pick again.. I've never actually been able to hold one and study it. If it is at all possible that I could meet up with you in Denver and have a look at it please let me know.

      My direct email is Joe@GorillaSnotUSA.com and my cell for calls or txt 24/7 is:

      Hopefully you still have your pick on hand.

      Thank you and best!

      Joe Shapiro
      Gorilla Snot USA
    2. andre93
      HI there. i Got a e530 and a g major. But the gain stopped working for me in the e530. And how do you connect the engl to your g major for best result? Thank you. Please send me a mail at andre93@live.se if you have time. Thanks
    3. raximkoron
      Wow, didn't realize I had a message 'til now, my bad.

      Putting the Swamp Thangs in the cabinet helped a bit, and I like the contrast between the two speakers, but it's still just not doing it for me. I'm kinda lookin' for something to give me a good thump when I palm mute, and with my equipment (Engl E530 / Peavey Rockmaster) it's just not happening.

      I'm currently looking in to playing around with a Fryette Fatbottom or a Genz Benz G-Flex 4x12. I'd like to have overkill on bass response with a cab so I can finally dial down my bass/resonance settings from max all over my rig. We'll see how it goes when I actually get some cash to try them out.

      In the meantime, there's nothing wrong with the sound of the cab at all, I just finished up recording an album using it as my primary cab (we also used a Marshall 1960B and a heavily modified Randall Warhead cab as well). Swamp Thangs record rather well it seems.
    4. Wookieslayer
      Hey man how do you like your B-52 cab with those Swamp Thangs? I got one last summer and been debating myself whether to change some speakers for Eminence or sell the cab and pick up a Marshall MF or Mesa cab :confused:

      Thanks dude!
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    Hardware Compatibility Quality Assurance.
    Primary Seven:
    Agile Septor Elite 727
    Main Rig:
    Sin for Sin
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    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Ancient Schecter C-7 (5+2 headstock)
    Agile Septor Elite 727
    Other Guitars:
    Carvin Cobalt C980T
    Yamaha 12-string f250 red label
    Shitty Rogue Strat
    Peavey Classic 120, VHT 2/90/2, B-52 AT100, Engl E530, Peavey Rockmaster, Digitech GNX2
    Effects & Pedals:
    TC Electronics G-Major, Digitech GNX2, ISP Decimator ProRackG, ISP Decimator ProRack Stereo Mod, Korg Pitchblack
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    Genz-Benz G-Flex 2x12, B-52 AT-412 w/ 2 Eminence Swamp Thangs, Grado SP80
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Shure Beta58A, Heil Sound PR30, Heil Sound PR40
    Mix of death/thrash with southern influences here in the Denver area.

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