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|02-19-2003 07:32 PM|
Originally Posted by pawel
|02-19-2003 03:32 PM|
|VforVendetta00||I know they sound great by themselves, but i use mine with a sonic maximizer and a peavey classic 50/50 poweramp (wish it were lighter) and 2 nice 2x12's and its just sick but the direct sound is awesome too, i usually record with it going throught the digital spdif into my soundcard and its wicked.|
|02-19-2003 03:29 PM|
|guitarkatana||Power amps? No no no not with a pod. Pods are like direct boxes, so the PA can take care of all your amp needs. I love pods|
|02-19-2003 12:11 AM|
Originally Posted by Two hands31
PS: These are the direct links:
|02-18-2003 10:06 PM|
Originally Posted by VforVendetta00
|02-18-2003 09:41 PM|
|VforVendetta00||is it me or do the guys from meshuggah seem to go direct in that website? i didn't see any poweramps in those racks. makes me feel proud that i have a pod pro|
|02-18-2003 09:12 PM|
|metalguy||found some pics of fredrik and martins gear, including the nevborns.heres the site:www.GTr1TECH.com check it out.these guys build their racks for them|
|09-24-2002 08:32 PM|
|Two hands31||Notice the Lo-Pro-7 on that one?|
|09-24-2002 06:15 PM|
|Fredric||Here's a closer photo of Mårten's Nevborn.|
|09-24-2002 08:26 AM|
|sniperfrommars1||Steinberger had graphite neck no need to worry about the neck freeking out and you didnt have much control over action change anyway. As far as vigier I havent played em, but ive heard good and bad things about em. Didnt Ron thal used to endorse em back in the day? The concept of a zero fret isnt a bad idea. its just better in theory than real life|
|09-24-2002 05:06 AM|
|Tsorovan||sniperfrommars: I'm no expert, I just know that a Vigier plays like mad, plus, the best example in supreme guitar technology the last couple of decades, the Steinberger, had zero frets. And Ned Steinberger is a genious so I say it's a good thing :D|
|09-23-2002 08:44 PM|
|sniperfrommars1||Warmoth sells those frets now. They are hard to work with as I would imagine but do it once and do it right and not have to do it again for a LONG time sounds nicer to me|
|09-23-2002 07:59 PM|
looks like a good idea, but i'd imagine fretwear would be a huge nuisance... I mean, it's easier to replace a nut than a fret, you know?
Then again, maybe if you could snag some of those super-hard Parker Fly frets... But can you use those in a conventional wooden neck, or are they too hard to work with?
Ok, enough randomness for one evening. back to work.
|09-22-2002 11:43 PM|
|sniperfrommars1||I should have been clearer maybe. The purpose is to improve intonation and give the typical tone you would get with a fret, but basically a brass nut works better if you ask me. It doesnt really give lower or higher action. It just means that your action is going to be on sided Which is why they arent further used specifically with a floyd equipped guitar in order to pull up on the vibrato bar your gonna have to do some things to the action you normally wouldnt|
|09-22-2002 09:09 PM|
It is not tuned.
Also, according to some luthiers, a zero fret facilitates low action as it won't require as much neck bow.
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