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Shaggy
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Birthday:
Oct 20, 1991 (Age: 28)
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student, guitar teacher

Shaggy

Strat-O-Master, 28, from England

Shaggy was last seen:
Feb 20, 2014
    1. Lua1
      Lua1
      lol ty

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    2. Lua1
      Lua1
      medication? you and the man are always trying to suppress my inner light....the only medication i need is charlie sheen :grin:
    3. Lua1
      Lua1
      my rise to glory has been swift and ruthless. but my reign at the top will be peaceful for all who choose not to appose me. im very much like a Steppe warrior tribe :)
    4. Lua1
      Lua1
      i have....i bought the invisible band the night before last i think, and listened last night.....its pretty great already, but seems like a grower too :). i think im a travis fan! :)

      dont remind me about my post count :razz:. its like congratulating a woman on her 40th birthday or something :grin:
    5. Lua1
      Lua1
      really? ive been posting like crazy, just mostly in ot :)

      i havent noticed you around much.....probably just not crossing paths :grin:
    6. BlackJadeDX
      BlackJadeDX
      No probs. On the +DX the Lace Sensors are also wired through TBX tone pots. Don't know if you're going with that mod as well.
      Webby
    7. BlackJadeDX
      BlackJadeDX
      :grin: Yeah, they sound fine, good lead tones from the reds, without sounding tinny. Blue is warmer, more mellow (as you'd expect from a neck pu) Silver, I use it for a nice clean, clear tone. I personally believe you can get too involved in the very subtle differences in pu's. By the time you've passed the tone through a myriad of pedals/fx processors/amps etc you've dialled in your own sound anyway. I use a cheap Chinese Squier as well, they sound OK too!! (maybe a little "rougher" sounding - but thats not a bad thing)
      I've been playing the DX for nearly 20 years, so it just sounds how it does. No Gibson P90's to compare it to! :) Sorry I can't be more helpful
      Webby
    8. BlackJadeDX
      BlackJadeDX
      I'm not that tuned into the nuances, they're just bridge,mid and neck pickups to me! However from Xhefris website:
      "The Blue Lace Sensor has increased output compared to the Gold Lace and has a warmer P-90 Gibson flavor to it. I like to use it ona clean amp setting for a powerful, rich, smooth blues or jazz sound. With distortion, it can be silky smooth with no raspy edges.

      The Silver Lace Sensor gives a fatter vintage 70s Strat sound with a little increased output and more midrange. This pickup works great in switch positions #2 and #4 in giving those out-of-phase sound Strats are famous for.

      The Red Lace Sensor is the hottest output of the Lace Series, and gives a fat, punchy humbucker sound. It has lot's of bite and is most often used in the bridge. Some of the Tele Plus' and the Strat Ultras used the Red Lace in a Dually configuration, often with a switch to split one of the two pickups off."

      I'll go along ith what he says lol
    9. Lua1
      Lua1
      ty! i will!
    10. Lua1
      Lua1
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    Birthday:
    Oct 20, 1991 (Age: 28)
    Location:
    England
    Occupation:
    student, guitar teacher
    marshall 100 dfx

    84-87 Japanese 61(i belive now changed to 99) strat factory standard with added g-gotohs

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    Students, love them or hate them, you can't hit them with a shovel!
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