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Old coke bottle 420s in there too, I wonder if they are original. If you intend to put some serious miles on her, I would look into a recap.
MM all the way, far better in every respect, but especially pick ups and electronics.
They will break in eventually, but that ear spike will still be there.
Probably a good idea, there are some switches on the back that could cause this, and probably a few relays and ICs inside that could be shot too.
Sort of, it doesn't have to be the amps knobs, or small adjustments. From my experience, V30 clones are meant to be smoother and more balanced in...
To start with...
Of course there is. If your tone knob is just a little to high, you turn it a bit, you don't toss the guitar. The V30 is a fantastic speaker that...
Save it until the GAS is nearly fatal.
GK100s are awesome in combo with V30s, but I still prefer all V12s, you can crank the mids and highs more than with brighter V30s.
Yeah, it was an F key if I remember right, at least on the green screen. I would tell the clerk to hit it for me every time, and they had a "?"...
I always swapped them for Legend V128s and either made my money back or profited selling them.
Looks like my old 828. Are there 2 metal 9v battery clips and solderless EMG kit with 18v mod, in the cavity? Though I sold mine in much better...
Do it. I did, and it was massive with my Tri-rec.
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Yes, I have for years now, much easier on my carpal tunnel with a lighter touch.
See if you can aquire a unicorn horn for trade bait first. :)
Best of luck, but they didn't make many to begin with.
They came with .68 stock. You can try the Dunlop Heavy Core series, they should need less scale length per thickness.