I use an .85 and just tune it down. Probably the smallest on the lust of suggestions but i find it matches the sound if the other strings better if i pick light. Base compromise ive come up with so far
I second agile. I have a $200 7 string of theirs thats equal to my buddies mid level Jackson and the o ly real issue is the lfr should be swapped with an ofr. The pickups even sound decent. Ive played tons of the 828s and they were all solid for the $$$ just swap pickups to flavor
Just know when running computer into a non clear sounding power amp will effect the sound. Also if youre running into a cab i high suggest turning irs off. You can also if youd like play around with having the interface in the middle of the effects loop to use for fx, drives, preamps, ect...
Does anyone have any pics of ash bodies they've done where the grain is black and the rest is trans green? Im trying to get refrence ideas before i spend and money on expensive stain and get the wrong shade.
20mm-20mm Wenge & roasted maple 7 piece neck with 27 ss frets
Swamp ash jazzmaster body with a oak burl top and a translucent green to purple burst finish
Black winter bridge pickup, paf neck
Damasacus Bottle opener installed on the back of 4x3 headstock
Single volume with coil split for...
*cracks knuckles in crazy open tuning* i tune to DADGCFF#E having a close interval in the tuning allows me to use it for dissonance or unison chorus effect with different octaves close by if i want to thicken it further
I multi amp. One amp mid level distortion, boosted mids, hint of reverb and a sonic maximizer infront of it. Going to a open back 1x8 The other amp high distortion, scooped mids, sonic maximizer infront of it going to a semi closed back 2x12
to a degree this is true but pure solvents are still easy to get, and as far as anything that has to do with plant matter i can tell you from business experience that pure solvents even dmso are easy to get. acetone in itself is a solvent, the kind from a grocery store is 80% pure and not much...