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I think I have set my mind on the Yamaha.
As I said, I love my THR10 & the fact that it's always out in the living room means I'm more likely to use it. This is the video that convinced me to get one. Soren actually tells you the settings he's using to get each sound- I just need to learn to play like him now!https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vWjUVQbHLnM
Would you like us to give you a list of the guitars & pedals you need to buy next?
Also I have a vintage pair of mighty mite pickups, am wondering if I should swap them into one of present guitars?
A different amp will make the world of difference, nowadays the amp I switch on most is a Fender G-DEC 3 30, backing tracks, MP3 input, and you can plug it into a PA for gigs, sounds fine loud, quiet or through headphones.
Handy having a metronome available too.
I think the new Fender Mustang range is the latest iteration of the GDEC, and seem to get good reviews from players rather than magazines.
I think I'm OK for this month, I'm already over budget maybe some advice on the cheapest strat worth considering though lol. Also I have a vintage pair of mighty mite pickups, am wondering if I should swap them into one of present guitars?
Would these classic vibes need any electronics / pup upgrades
TTony;775402" said:Skodadad said: Would these classic vibes need any electronics / pup upgradesSome people will be quite happily gigging these guitars in standard spec.Others would only play something that they've spend a few thousand on, and then a few hundred more upgrading.From what you've said about your own situation, I'd say you'd be more than fine with it in standard spec.