TI4-1009 wrote:Ugly, ugly, ugly, ugly. I saw him with the first one at one of the first shows with it. It was ugly then.
Rusty the Scoob wrote:The Moduluses are definitely clearer, tighter, punchier and more consistent than the old Ritter was. Maybe he wanted a warmer bass for small rooms?
Rusty the Scoob wrote:Whoah, you have a TBX!!??
zambiland wrote:Could be. I keep trying to play my Q6 TBX at gigs but every time it always becomes clear that the Starfire just owns it. No comparison. I want to get the good Modulus sound, and it does sound pretty good, but it's just silly how much better the Starfire sounds. It even makes the band play much better.
Someday I'll have to try a Ritter.
Rusty the Scoob wrote:Which EMGs does it have? I'm finding a huge difference between the various types of magnets they offer. The traditional Ceramic they've used for years are the classic snarling, nasally angry tone, the Ceramic/Steel are a lot smoother and the Alnico sound almost completely vintage. They'll make you almost anything you want if you call them up, as long as it fits in one of their standard shapes.
Rusty the Scoob wrote:Q-tuners are no longer available? Dang, I wanted to try those in something someday.
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