bcresci wrote:As far as tone per dollar goes, put me down for the pick. I was blown away when comparing two different 2mm picks - one was dark and muddy, the other bright and clear. A few weeks ago the Adamas graphites were still being sold in bags of 15.
PurpleTrails wrote:Given where you're starting now, I'd vote for JBLs and the Adamas picks. If I was building from where you are, I'd probably move in this order:
2) JBLs in the deville
3) extension cab (opens up more possibilities for upgrading the rest)
4) preamp & some power amp
Depending if you're playing out or not you might want to switch to a more traditional single channel fender amp like a blues jr or a twin, or even an older mesa boogie if you're shooting for early '80s tone.
aiq wrote:My .02
Guitar with Tiger/Wolf design of some kind.
Fender amp with JBLz, or a full blown Jerry-rig
Then all the "little" things: pedals, strings, picks.
All of this assumes the 10,000 hours, of course.
On the pick, I tried Adamas and Telefunken. I could not get rid of the static, tried all the tricks.
I tried a Gravity 2mm Mini Classic with the rough edge. Two years now, perfect for my thing.
I sm not going for a tribute sound but I want someone to hear the influence.
As always love the responses and the info.
JDB30 wrote:IMHO, technique is 90% of tone in almost every instance. Jerry would still sound like Jerry regardless of the gear. Don't believe me? Check out The Dead on borrowed gear from The Netherlands back in '81: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4p1zBuqYDk
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