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jgmh315

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About jgmh315

  • Birthday 24/02/1965
  1. Genz Focus 1x15 Cab

    Pics bump.
  2. Genz Focus 1x15 Cab

    I have a Genz Focus Cab for sale. In good condition but has been gigged and shows marks to prove it. Will post pics when I can. Would be pick up only. I'm in Somerset.
  3. [quote name='spacey' timestamp='1424872928' post='2701411'] The American built stuff was almost military spec. It was boring to look at, functioned like Army gear, but it always delivered and still does. What changed was buyers, they got more stupid as people got more stupid. Put some bling on, sling it together in China pile it high sell it low and everyone raves about it, until it breaks mid gig, then you wish you had kept that 20 year old American peavey head. Buyers lost the concept of durability and well built as opposed to trendy and cheap The market changed, blurb and bling is king now. Performance and durability come last. [/quote] So true about many things today!
  4. So......I'm playing at Download 2015

    Congratulations, what a great gig.
  5. Wilkinson vs Entwhistle Pickups

    [quote name='chrismuzz' timestamp='1424539133' post='2697501'] Entwistle neo... VERY high output! Also the fullest sounding jazz pickup I've ever heard. As well as the least noisy... And yes, they are still very bright as a single coil should be. My absolute favourite pickups at the moment, I'm quite sad that everywhere has run out of bridge pickups! Beware though, size wise they are very deep! [/quote] I agree, really good pick ups. Never liked using a Jazz bridge pick up until I fitted them but the Neo is excellent.
  6. The Blizzard Of Oz, Diary Of a Madman. Still probably my favourite all time record.
  7. Joe Satriani tour

    Playing with Mike Kineally, incredible guitar player.
  8. Rush at their best?

    Thinking man's music. Best by far. Oh and yes, I'm a Rush fan, lol.
  9. Couple of reviews. http://youtu.be/i1Z5Iw0XtBM http://youtu.be/6D5xtOs9cZw
  10. Chapman Guitars ML-B, Case anyone's interested ;)

    The nut width was as stated by Chapman Guitars. Nice to hear it's been changed.
  11. Best colour for a P

    White and tort for me too, with a Jazz neck.
  12. Lovely, wish I had the money or a five string.
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