mkaufman wrote:I'm guessing he's playiing both Super 80s as humbuckers with the volume pots rolled off to get a thinner sound.
mkaufman wrote:Rolling off Super 80's definitely yields a cleaner, thinner tone. You may be right - lots of EQ.
strumminsix wrote:mkaufman wrote:Rolling off Super 80's definitely yields a cleaner, thinner tone. You may be right - lots of EQ.
Odd, I've never owned a guitar that sounded thinner as you roll off.... Try the EQ on your UE700.
jonarobb wrote:In 1975 Weir was using Music Man amps for his public performances with The Dead and Kingfish. First Boogie doesn't show up in his rig until Spring/Summer of 1976.
strumminsix wrote:Again, last night: setup amp very trebbly with just enough bass to not sound thin, strong mids. Then EQ'd out the highest end. Very close.
But I've suggested this a few times already....
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