wpmartin1979 wrote: ↑Sun Nov 29, 2020 6:42 pmAnyone else get an Eastwood Tiger? Anyone .... anyone ... lol!
First off, welcome to the forum! There are a lot of really helpful people here, don’t be afraid to ask a question.
Second, very nice guitar, and nicely done on the video. I hope it brings you years of enjoyment.
I do not have a Tiger, but I do have the Eastwood Wolf Tribute. Like you mentioned, one of the things I love is it’s not a “clone” of Wolf. Just a beautiful tribute to that legendary guitar.
I know many of us that got a Wolf, realized quickly the gain needed to be turned down. I have mine rolled all the way down, like you were suggested to do( which seems to have worked out well for you, as it did me )
Just a FYI, in case you weren’t aware. In my experience, Eastwood has top notch C.S.. All of my emails/questions ( rough guess 30ish emails )have been answered either within a few hours or the next day at max. That C.S. Doesn’t stop after the 45 day “return policy” either, so if you have a question for them. I wouldn’t hesitate to email them either.
I love mine, and am so glad I finally pulled the trigger. Mines set up exactly like I want it. Which is a combo of some of Jerry’s spec, combined it’s some things I prefer. Once I got it dialed in, it just sing. Between it, my new reissue 65 Deluxe Reverb, and some select pedals I am beyond happy.
I truly hope, you also get it dialed in and let the songs fill the air.