Saw the ad for this video. Not my guitar, but I have the exact same one, made me pick mine up tonight
So far, so good. It’s only been a couple of weeks, so we’re still getting to know each other, but I’m liking it. For my little office, it can still get pretty loud even with the attenuator all the way down. I might take it to rehearsal on Sunday to open it up and hear it roar a bit more. From everything I’ve heard about the P10Rs, they benefit from some break in. I like the sound, but I’ve had to keep the bright switch off with the Tele. I have the TMDR, too, and really enjoy it, but the Super is a beast. I like the concept of these a lot and they work really well for my situation.Nice pairing. How are you liking the TM Super Reverb? I bought the Deluxe Reverb version a couple of months ago and although it's not a replacement for my vintage Fenders, it has severed me incredibly well thus far.
I like them as well.
They used to be reasonably priced on the used market, maybe still are.Ooh, I love it! Now I want one!!
The pickup enhancer switch is what attracted me initially, but several other things quickly became apparent. Really smooth neck and frets (the frets may have been dressed before I got it), a neck pickup that doesn't suck, a bridge pickup that doesn't make me want to replace it with a humbucker (my usual choice for a Strat-esque guitars), a middle pickup that doesn't disappear when it's lowered, and the single volume/tone knobs (I rather dislike the two tone knobs of most Strat-ish models). I'm not a huge fan of solid colours, but I can make an exception for black.I like them as well.
I was considering getting a Strat Style guitar at one point, wound up not going there for various reasons--none of which were the fault of that guitar.
But it was a heavy favourite if I had gone that route