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Nice playing and tones! Congrats!
Are you enjoying your new pedals?
Lots of fun experimenting with all of your new gear. I'm looking forward to hearing the Twin sometime. (hint, hint)
I am enjoying the new pedals. And I’m sure I could put the camera battery on the charger and do something tomorrow 😂
 

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I figured it'll give us a chance to see who changes guitars often and which guitars are used more often specially folks who have multiple guitars. I'll start.

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Today I am playing my new Epiphone Les Paul Modern through a Strymon Iridium and a Catlinbread
Dirty Little Secret. Activity Exploring the combination of these tree tools creating muscular tones
fun , even more fun than MTV.
 

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I’ve pared down guitar collection to 2 guitars (well, another Collings is on the way lol) but this…after having a few Satch guitars and not gelling with them, this is my go to guitar with a Collings 290 as back up. I mean, look at that Muscle Car Orange : )
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Orange you glad it has a matching headstock?

That looks deadly, I’ll show myself out now.
 

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We moved at the end of July & it’s still Boxapollooza here as the renos have been dragging on. Most of my gear is in storage, however I was recently able to reacquire this bad boy.

It’s a late ‘80s MIJ Kramer F-1000 with a basswood body & super comfy satin neck. The last owner upgraded the electronics & installed a proper German Floyd, tuning stability is wunderbar. Suhr Doug Aldrich pickup in transit, curious to see if I prefer it over the JB.

P.S. Doesn’t show up well in this photo, but the finish is a lovely pearl white.

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We moved at the end of July & it’s still Boxapollooza here as the renos have been dragging on. Most of my gear is in storage, however I was recently able to reacquire this bad boy.

It’s a late ‘80s MIJ Kramer F-1000 with a basswood body & super comfy satin neck. The last owner upgraded the electronics & installed a proper German Floyd, tuning stability is wunderbar. Suhr Doug Aldrich pickup in transit, curious to see if I prefer it over the JB.

P.S. Doesn’t show up well in this photo, but the finish is a lovely pearl white.

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Killer ax. I had an '86 or '87 Kramer Focus 6000 about ten or twelve years ago that was an awesome guitar -- nicer than the '86 Baretta I had a few years ago.

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Tuttle Classic Custom, bridge pickup (humbucker "patent denied").

Nice sounding bridge pup. Do you know if it's been wiring to see a 500k load? It has a very open and crisp sound. Some bridge pickups in the SSH configuration sound a bit congested but not that one.
 

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Killer ax. I had an '86 or '87 Kramer Focus 6000 about ten or twelve years ago that was an awesome guitar -- nicer than the '86 Baretta I had a few years ago.

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Thanks, Will. I went on a bit of a shredder kick last year & this guitar easily bested a recent EVH Striped series & a pair of mid-2000s “assembled by Gibson USA” Kramer 1984 RI models. Gratuitous pics below.


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Let's see:
An Epi Casino, Gibson LP Jr, Epi Les Paul Standard of some sort & a couple of Epi Acoustics...

(None of them mine--but the LPs & Casino were all nice)
 
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