jeffm725 wrote:You make some good points in my mind, but seeing as the focal point of this board is the minutiae of GD tones this is probably not the place where you a going to get a ton of people admitting about wasting time and money chasing tone.
It ought to be interesting.
I do have some thoughts but for now:
Still want an MXR carbon copy though....................
mijknahs wrote:I play better when I'm happy with my tone. Having a good tone makes me want to play more than having crappy tone. Chasing the elusive "tone" should be FUN and should not over-shadow your playing. I am so glad that I've gotten turned on to the things that help get good tone.
But since your playing/technique is also a part of "good tone" you got to concentrate on your playing just as much as your equipment.
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