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    Wish Sequencer : Manual Step

    This would be awesome. +10
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    Y'see, it's that kind of thing that prompted me to include Item #7 in my first post in this thread, a few days back: My guess is that, when an exorcist has to be brought in, it isn't always in conjunction with stuff like that, but that there's a statistically-significant correlation. So...
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    Do you prefer high action?

    This ^^^. A compound radius stainless-frets guitar with low action that's nearly identical in height the whole way up and down the fretboard. I actually like it when, if I play softly, every note is clean, but when I play the wound strings hard, you can hear it not just in the volume, but...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    Re: "No ghosts. There, it's all settled.": There's a lot of sketchy crypto-zoology and ufology out there, as well. Sure, people say they've seen Bigfoot (or the Yeti, or whatever) but there's still no captured specimen after all this time. (And the films and reports can all be otherwise...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    ...continued from preceding post... Now, as I said at the outset, the "T" in A-T stands for "Thomist," as in Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas Aquinas was a Dominican friar; that is, a Catholic Christian. So, when he arrived at the end of all these steps proving various attributes of the Purely Actual...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    Thanks for your kind reply. :) The best modern intro source on A-T thinking is probably the philosopher Edward Feser, who's a professor at some college in California, and has written a lot of books on various philosophical topics from the A-T perspective. Since "Thomist" (in reference to Thomas...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    Cool! I like Shadiversity, too. 👍
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    (continuing from Part 1, above) The Aristotelian-Thomist view says that "for a living organism, the soul is the form (not shape, but form in the philosophical sense) of the body." A-T affirms the human person as a body-soul composite, in which the soul is the "form" and the body is the...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    @BrienHBrown: Hmm. Yes, and No, and Sort Of. Let me explain... (Once again: most folk will want to skip this, it'll probably be boring. But, you asked. So, if anyone's actually interested, here you go...) My view is my own, but falls under the overall category of Aristotelianism/Thomism...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    Hey, @Muad'zin, I agree with 90% of what you say, here... ...but I hope you won't be offended if I push for additional information, or minor corrections, on two points? (WARNING: I'm about to be pedantic. Probably nobody here gives as much of a crap about this as I do, since it's sort of a...
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    Ghosts? Anyone Ever Experience Unexplained Things?

    Yes. Without going into specifics, yes, these things happen. There are campfire stories, of course, and they can be entertainingly spine-tingling. One suspects that they have grown and been honed in the telling, precisely for a more chilling effect. But I'm talking about things that have no...
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    Gearslutz changed it’s name!?

    It should have stayed the same, precisely because PC is out-of-control. I'm not so much talking about politics, but culture. It literally isn't safe to be a standup comedian touring college campuses any more. Outside the campus "safe zones" there is a little more freedom, but there's constantly...
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    Why is this forum superior to all others?

    I prescind from 007. Permanent Waves. Quark. Dax. and, yes, Mary Ann, hands down.
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    AxeFx III Tri-Chorus vs Dytronics, etc.

    Here's the link to @hippietim's comparison: https://forum.fractalaudio.com/threads/axe-fx-iii-tri-chorus-vs-fulltone-terc-reprise.138159/
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    Masked Wolf - Astronaut In The Ocean | Djent Guitar Cover

    Peter Jackson, is that you? (Just kidding! Nice job, @Omri Bazelet!)
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    Lay Your Hands On Me!

    Really awesome job, fellows. I wonder, though, if I'm the only person whose mind went here, first... (Not a lot of guitar to cover in that, though! :p)
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    I'm fairly new to high gain tones, is this good? (Tool - Invincible)

    Hmm. When you said you were working on high gain tones I was expecting something with a little more crunch. I thought it was a really nice tone, but a tone intended for a more subdued mood. Obviously, the note/chord selection of the song contributes to that impression...so, tone fits the song...
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    Wish EHX Crayon Overdrive

    Well...not to be a party pooper but if it's very similar to the BB Pre, and the BB Pre is already in there, what would the EHX Crayon bring to the party that isn't...uh...that isn't already on the hors d'oeuvres table? I mean, it's like when you start off thinking you'll pick up tortilla chips...
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    Soldano SLO-100 Face Off with Kemper

    Feels like some minimal work with the graphic EQ on the AxeFX would have made it identical to the Kemper, if desired...whereas I don't suppose the Kemper has any capacity to fatten and clarify the guts to sound more like the AxeFX. (But I have no direct experience with the Kemper, so maybe it...
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    It was good!

    And, since @USMC_Trev was translating for everyone, my contribution was in reference to the 1984 movie Revenge of the Nerds, in which actress Julie Montgomery portrays sorority girl "Betty Childs," a member of the Pi-Delta-Pi sorority. @lyricbread clearly got the reference, since he quoted...
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    It was good!

    Oh? Do tell.... / slightly obscure reference // probably requires being a certain age-range
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    Wish Indicate Stereo/Mono in the Grid [to reduce "no stereo" user issues]

    +1 for the idea in general. As for the specifics? Not sure, but, +1 to whatever the discussion-thread comes up with after everyone talks it over. (Sometimes the best process is to start with an imperfect, "straw-man" version of an idea, and then use that to prompt discussion, out of which an...
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    philosophy time

    Re: "Instead of outright dismissing, we decided to separate the two; judge and analyze each sound for what it is, intentionally avoiding any comparison to the other." Perfectly reasonable! ...but, keep in mind it's both "sound" and "feel." Those are two different things. To get even more...
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    [EDIT] Perseverance landing video

    As long as they don't find some buried spidery Shadow Vessel, I'm good with it.
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    72 hours without electricity

    Sorry to hear that, of course. At this point, though, I don't see why that dynamic should still be present. (I'm guessing that was at least a decade ago; maybe more?) The U.S. has sufficient breeder reactors to maintain the cores for sufficient nuclear deterrence for the whole next century. But...
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    72 hours without electricity

    Can't have that, most likely; but, there's no reason every burgh couldn't start having it's own small Thorium (or similar) 4th gen mass-produced design, production starting around 2030 and filling most of the country by 2070. From everything I hear, it not only solves most of any given...
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    72 hours without electricity

    Flurries and had to scrape the windshield a bit, in the Atlanta suburbs. Everybody else gets all the fun. :(
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    Wish A Klon-type Drive block

    Honestly, I think maybe Cliff avoids both the Klon and the FreqOut, because forum traffic would drop by half if it weren't for the constant requests. :p Not that I don't want them, too. :cool:
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    Top Gun 2 Extended Super Bowl Trailer

    Yikes. I'm sorry to hear that; I wasn't aware of any personal details about Kilmer that might cause my post to be misunderstood. I meant nothing critical towards Val Kilmer; indeed, I wasn't even referencing anything in his real life. My earlier remark was intended to be a clever way of saying...
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    Top Gun 2 Extended Super Bowl Trailer

    I think the story is: He gained a lot of weight, grew his hair out really long, and was mistaken for Jim Morrison.
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    Top Gun 2 Extended Super Bowl Trailer

    Well...I'm still perfectly dry, m'self, but, if someone else is having a not-so-fresh feeling, who'm I to judge? :p
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    Does anyone build a fridge that doesn't suck?

    Surprised to hear that so many people have been problem-free with Frigidaire Gallery. We moved into our new house 5 years ago and bought a side-by-side Frigidaire Gallery, and it's had 2-3 repair calls on it in that time...and right NOW it has another problem. The repairman is due to come out...
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    You Big Tease...

    Yep, THAT'S what I remembered. It was just the post claiming it was Gallo that had me doubting my memory.
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    You Big Tease...

    Wait a minute...Gallo? I thought it was Paul Masson Champagne. Maybe I didn't get the reference (entirely), after all.
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    You Big Tease...

    @FractalAudio:
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    Hey linguists. What's the funniest expression you know in a language?

    Ah, really? My apologies for having the wrong impression on that. Perhaps I got it backwards, and it isn't used in South America? Or, is it ubiquitous? (Perhaps a native-Spanish-speaker from South America could confirm this?)
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    Hey linguists. What's the funniest expression you know in a language?

    I forget where I heard this, but apparently there's some South American flavor of Spanish, or perhaps it's just a local expression, in which "no tener pelos en so lengua" -- to not have a hairy tongue -- means to speak frankly. I found that amusing and slightly grotesque at the same time. Can...
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    Gibson buying Mesa?

    This is spot-on, and as predictions go, I think your timeline is a good bet. What a shame that Gibson can't be bought out by investors interested in restoring the brand, and then put some dream team in charge of making that happen. But until they drive themselves fully into the ditch, I expect...
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    EBMM Jason Richardson Signature Cutlass

    Yeah, without superimposing it's hard to see the body difference, but now that I see it, I feel like a doofus for thinking they were so similar. Part of what fooled me, though, is the fact that the tremolo (unless I'm mistaken?) looks the same as one Petrucci uses, albeit on his other signature...
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    EBMM Jason Richardson Signature Cutlass

    Awesome, fellows! That was more work than I had any right to expect, especially with the photo resizing (thanks, @guitarnerdswe). Now if they both only cost a fifth as much, I could afford to set up my own personal side-by-side comparison. ;)
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    Building an expensive modeler is easy, they say

    @wagnar: Yeah, that's good to keep in mind. There's a difference between those stuck under the PRC boot, on the one hand, and the folks elsewhere. The cultural "Gramscian" damage done on the mainland is sad and undeniable; you saw the same kind of "hangover from communism" in most of eastern...
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    EBMM Jason Richardson Signature Cutlass

    Wow. Crickets! OK, so I guess it's basically the same guitar without the piezo. Weird.
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    Who is your favourite James Bond?

    Can't accept Craig because he doesn't look like James Bond. Wrong face-shape, hair, ears. He did a really excellent job playing the part of some other, rather similar, secret agent; but he doesn't fit the look. As for the rest, argh. I went with Brosnan but guardedly, and only because Connery...
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    EBMM Jason Richardson Signature Cutlass

    I was looking at this New Arrival on Sweetwater: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Cut7HHJRRR--ernie-ball-music-man-jason-richardson-signature-cutlass-hh-7-string-electric-guitar-rorschach-red ...and I said to myself, "Self, looks like EBMM has produced yet another edition of the Petrucci...
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    Gibson buying Mesa?

    Right there with you. I'm sure he has a lot of accurate things to say; I just find myself unable (well...more like unwilling) to listen to him saying it. Different strokes. By which I mean, I may not be one of them, but I'm sure there are those who actually like absorbing information from...
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    Gibson buying Mesa?

    There goes the neighborhood.
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    Possible Future Blocks

    I don't think the "write your own custom blocks" idea would involve "letting peanut-gallery hackers/developers willy-nilly into the FAS ecosystem." (What I mean is: That phrasing makes it sound unsafe, like it was brain-surgery done by a million monkeys with code-editors. But I don't see why it...
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    Panning Looper output

    If stereo output from the looper is important, could you put it in parallel and send it to a different output block ? Assuming, of course, that you weren't already using all your output blocks for some other purpose. I mentioned this, because you mentioned panning, but I thought perhaps what...
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    Wish Multiband Crossover block with output multiplexing

    +1 Definitely. Setting aside the interesting tonal and effect possibilities for guitarists, consider that this block/capability would immediately become a standard weapon-in-the-arsenal for bass players.
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    What sub-$700 guitar sounds, but doesn't look/weigh, like a Les Paul?

    That's fair, and fine by me. Truth be told, I was mostly trying to steer the thread back to my original question...but, y'know, without being rude about it. 😊
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    What sub-$700 guitar sounds, but doesn't look/weigh, like a Les Paul?

    Gentlemen, Regarding... ...and... ...it sounds like you guys have the beginnings of a pretty decent shootout/listening experiment. Perhaps another thread could be established to post sound-clips, if you and enough others are interested. At present, though, I have the following makes/models...
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    "Rolled R" Growl, or "Burp Tone"

    I want to hear the same thing, except as a guitar player who wants that smooth, trilled-sounding growl out of my humbucker pickup in the bridge position. And in my case, I'm entirely thinking about this as a form of distortion. (I can't imagine how it would be achieved without it, although a...
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    Wish Dynamic EQ

    +1 for @Corinthian's explanation, and for including his idea. This would be very, very good. I can think of several applications. There is another idea which might be named "Dynamic EQ" (but which I imagined he was originally proposing, but now that we understand what he means by "Dynamic EQ"...
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    What sub-$700 guitar sounds, but doesn't look/weigh, like a Les Paul?

    Interesting, yeah, the PRS SE Zach Myers is (just) within the price range, seems like it'd have to be lighter, and somehow the F-hole makes the looks less repellent to me than is typical for the LP singlecut shape. (Sorry, I know most people don't mind, it's just a matter of taste.) Thanks for...
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    I can't believe I missed this band until tonight.

    I think "Faith Hope Love" was their vocal apex, but I think "Gretchen" was their lyrical and tonal apex. (Though I give extra points for the how the lyrics wrestle courageously with ambiguity in "Legal Kill" off "Faith Hope Love," not to mention the lovely acoustic work.) "Dogman" shares the...
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    What sub-$700 guitar sounds, but doesn't look/weigh, like a Les Paul?

    Lots of great replies here; thank you fellas! To clarify the original note, I've added the following: For this guitar, I'm not so much looking for modern metal or active pickup sounds. I'm more interested in the range of Les Paul sounds from Joe Perry and Jimmy Page to Slash. While I'm looking...
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    What sub-$700 guitar sounds, but doesn't look/weigh, like a Les Paul?

    Just what the subject says: What sub-$700 guitar sounds, but doesn't look/weigh, like a Les Paul? I'm looking for a guitar to pick up, for not too much dough, that'll deliver the Les Paul sound, without the things I hate about Les Pauls. I hate the look of them (sorry for those who like it) and...
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    Tell me about Tennessee

    Roger that. I'm constitutionally allergic to "big city lifestyle." I don't mean that I'm corn-pone and country-fried or anything. I like symphony orchestras and museums, so I'll dare to enter a city on rare occasion in pursuit of those. But it gives me bad vibes, like swimming in a...
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    Tell me about Tennessee

    Tennessee is brilliant. Texas, too, in different ways. (Not as much to my liking, flora-and-fauna-wise and weather-wise.) The right parts of Georgia and North and South Carolina are pretty great, too. I've lived in most of those areas. They all have their bad bits (sticky humid summertimes are...
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    Wish Constant-rate modifier damping

    Holy cow! How did I miss that? My favorite trick is to morph from one tone to another using scene changes and damping; e.g. from a clean to a crunch tone. But I always struggle with having to customize the modifier curves in order to create a seamless crossfade between one signal chain and the...
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    Ideas for super clean chimey tones?

    Don't neglect two things: 1. Clean chimey Strat-Position-2-like tones often involve turning down the volume very low and sending the guitar into a Germanium Fuzz with no buffering in-between (and then from the Fuzz into a clean amp). 2. Petrucci in particular likes to double-track a clean...
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    Who are Robert Plant's predecessors?

    The question that interests me is, who else, before Robert Plant, did that kind of blues styling in conjunction with an overdriven falsetto? I mean, Steve Marriott sounds a lot like what Plant did later. But Plant was more shrill and piercing because his sound was produced differently...
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    Airstep

    That's what she said. I responded, "What can I say? I'm a nice guy."
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    Implemented Amp block channel switching

    @iaresee: In replying to @ales.prochazka, you cite the problem of... ...which I think we've all experienced before...for certain parameters. But I think there are other parameters for which this problem doesn't exist. One can assign a modifier to, say, the Low/Mid/High EQ knobs on the Amp...
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    IS FB Creepy?

    One of the creepiest things about modern social media apps is the ancillary apps that use its logins or provide plug-in like capabilities, even something as simple as "Share this on Facebook" or "Watch video on YouTube." The reason is that you have to give permissions to the apps to communicate...
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    Wish A Klon-type Drive block

    It's time. Cliff should just release a new product: The FAS Mythical Figure A modeled Overdrive-Only Pedal to satisfy every possible Klon Lust: Contains models/param-tweaks sufficient to replace every known Klon or Klone Fractal-quality components and sonic fidelity Available in gold, silver...
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    Recommend a replacement tremolo for my Strat

    @iaresee: Thanks for the informative reply! That's good to know. I wish I knew where Super-Vee was made; I had been seriously considering replacing the trem on my Pacifica with one. But part of that is because I had presumed the Vega Trem was unavailable in gold. Now, I see they've added a...
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    Recommend a replacement tremolo for my Strat

    Seems to me we could use some kind of poll which ordered the popular upgrade trems by preference, and places the price alongside their names. If I "had my 'druthers" I'd use a kind of Choice Voting System where you could order each option as your 1st choice, 2nd choice, etc., and then tallied up...
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    Where would you prefer to install modeling pickup?

    One other idea: There used to be a pickup called the LightWave pickup, used mostly for bass. Perhaps that can optimize a modeling pickup's input-data, so as to allow better realism?
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    Where would you prefer to install modeling pickup?

    One other problem: The saddle-based piezos, on the Variax, are famous for creating strange responses when doing palm muting. Metal players frequently complained that it didn't sound the same as a real pickup would, because with a real pickup, the pickup is detecting string vibrations at a...
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    Where would you prefer to install modeling pickup?

    Obviously a pickup swap is easier-to-do (often much easier to do) than messing around with wired-up saddles. So, I think pretty much anyone would prefer replacing their existing bridge pickup with the Modelling Pickup, provided that: One of the modelled sounds could replicate or (better yet)...
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    China

    Well, gee, I thought I came pretty close, here and here. But you're right, one has to be careful. (My version of "careful" is to write things so ponderously analytical that half the folks skip 'em...but at least I don't wind up looking like an unhinged firebrand. ;) ) Yep, but within limits and...
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    FC-12 Text/Font looks terrible and is too small!

    Anyway, if one is really bothered by the screen/font sizing, the RJM MasterMind GT/16 scores over the FC-12. It also allows simultaneous MIDI control of other devices. But there is a downside: You don't get the same level/ease of integration with the Axe FX III. You have to bend over and...
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    FC-12 Text/Font looks terrible and is too small!

    Yep, I've had them checked, and they increasingly stink. I had better than 20/20 until just after I turned 40; and then, apparently, the warranty ran out. 👓 :rolleyes:
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    FC-12 Text/Font looks terrible and is too small!

    Maybe. I'm 6 feet even. But I'm also nearing 50. If you're in your 20's, probably that's the difference. :)
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    FC-12 Text/Font looks terrible and is too small!

    @Dave Merrill: Yes, to all of the above. Bigger font, bigger displays, bigger dent in your wallet; bigger overall. According to the MM GT/16 page, Dimensions: 19.4 (W) x 11.1 (D) x 3.25 (H) inches / 49.3 x 28.2 x 8.3 cm ...and from what I'm seeing in the graphics (and some quick math) that...
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    FC-12 Text/Font looks terrible and is too small!

    The difficulty is the initial design. In terms of software integration and integration with the Axe FX III, the FC series is just perfect, totally unimpeachable. I mean, okay, perhaps there could be a better font selection. But it'll be a trade-off: Thicker lettering, fewer letters. But...
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    First person to choose this as their band name gets the reward...

    There used to be a restaurant in Chapel Hill, NC, called "Breadmans." This was back in the 90's. There was an item on the menu: "Meat Biscuit." We all took one look and said, "That's a band name, right there." I think they had to go with slightly absurd, random, low-class, kitch band names in...
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    Is there a way to make passive pickups sound like active ones?

    I can't tell; is that a sarcastic/ironical response, or are you being serious? To swap pickups, you have to buy pickups, and if you're unsure which ones will produce the desired outcome, you have to do a lot of installing, comparing, uninstalling, comparing again, rinse, repeat. Even if you...
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    New Schecter Guitars Route 66

    That might be overstating the case. The French and the British don't have a language in common, or broad cultural interchangability. Perhaps a better analogy would be: This is as absurd as calling someone from France "Belgian" because they're both countries in Europe. Paging Hercule Poirot...!
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    Typical 13 year old's bedroom setup, circa 1996

    My first bedroom rig was this hateful thing, and zero pedals:
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    New Schecter Guitars Route 66

    Yes. And that ought to be correctable, because technology. C'mon, inventors! If you can't invent a COVID vaccine, how 'bout a neck pickup that sounds perfect even when pushed out of position by a 24th fret? I may be stuck behind a cloth mask with annoying elastic wrapping my ears; but can't I...
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    New Schecter Guitars Route 66

    True, but I suspect that @steveofoz was asking specifically about Route 66 guitars: That is, guitars that have a classic Strat look, but have some modern features. For many people, the "Killer App" would be a guitar which... (a.) sounds like a Strat, able to get all the classic Strat sounds...
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    PATCH SWITCHING GAPS - any tips?

    Without scenes, your only options are: 1. Set up the same echo and the same reverb at the end of the chain in your patches, regularly; and then set up for seamless patch-changes per the manual (or, as an alternative, use an outboard unit for the final echoes and reverbs of your signal chain, and...
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    China

    Heh. That it would. I maintain my customary respect, trust, comity, and goodwill towards my friends in the Great White North. That I encourage these good folks to establish fitting public recognition of Geddy, Alex, and Neil should be taken as a kind of neighborly, good-humoured suggestion...
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    What's the weirdest guitar you own?

    Eh, OK. Tastes vary. I wouldn't want to play it all the time; but I like the over-the-top, unapologetic 80's-ness of it. (It would, I admit, be even more so if it were hot pink instead of red. But I...I just can't play hot pink guitars. Sort of a mental block.)
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    China

    Hmmm. I think there are two separate issues, here, and we should probably dis-entangle them. ISSUE #1: The Type Of Relationship Is Contingent On Behavior, Mutual Benefit, And Compatibility Of Values If your country stands in a friendly relationship to another country, not merely as a...
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    If a guy's standing there, facing you...

    The guy's mother should have done that. ;)
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    What's the weirdest guitar you own?

    @unix-guy: Dude. That is awesome. I always loved the idea of the Scoop. I wonder, though, if I might not like the thought of it more than the reality of playing it? Partly because I'm a sucker for the sound of neck single-coils...and, well, obviously that's out-of-the-picture! But also...it...
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    China

    Well, across all times and places in history until relatively recently, that has been the norm. Institutionalized chattel slavery, that vile thing, is commonly found in (so far as I know) every major civilization on every continent throughout all of human history until the last few hundred...
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    China

    Hey, @FractalAudio, I understand completely, vis-a-vis the lack of PCB, etc. manufacturing in the U.S.A., specifically. I'm curious, though, about other non-U.S. alternatives to the LCSSA ...that is to say, to the Larger Communist Slave-State of Asia. (The Kim regime rules the SCSSA, the...
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    What is your player level?

    @Denny99: I think your first few items could use adjusting. Re: 200pbm: Are you talking about quarter notes, or sixteenth note septuplets, at that tempo? (I kid; I assume you mean merely sixteenth notes; but even so, Eric Johnson's an "advanced" player and probably doesn't play 800 notes per...
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    Wish More Looper block memory slots

    Overall I find it easier to have an external device for looping. A typical Boss looper works okay. But for songs that don't vary overmuch, I think Ableton Live is the hot tip. You can pre-program loops that correspond to different song-sections (Verse, Chorus, etc.). Live sends out Midi Clock...
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    What is your player level?

    Me too.... And which one I'm closer to varies every day.
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    If a guy's standing there, facing you...

    The following is in no way scientific. It's just an analogy. And, this is in no way intended to start another one of those nasty threads where talk about coronavirus goes political. So, please, just don't. But, I just today heard an analogy intended to encourage mask-wearing (not so much for...
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    Wish Allow a parameter to have different modifiers per channel

    +1, again, since it's been a while. :cool:
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    Tricor? Heck, next they'll say that a Tums cures it...

    Nope. It'll be Vegemite. The Aussies will corner the market and hold the entire world hostage. :p
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    Tricor? Heck, next they'll say that a Tums cures it...

    Pretty awesome, if true: https://www.jpost.com/health-science/hebrew-u-scientist-drug-could-eradicate-covid-19-from-lungs-in-days-635028 The Gist: The existing cholesterol drug Tricor may have the ability to clear bad cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection from the lungs. (Research based on new...
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