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(@rparker)
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although I was cleaning it the other day and my rabbit bit it - resulting in a scratch...
Next time it will result in a rabbit dinner. J/K

Roy
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LOL - between him and Apache they've racked up quite a bit of damage over the years, think Apache it still way ahead tho.....

Think its a boy thing as Misty (my other horse - and a girl pony - is an angel :D )

But I wouldn't be without them, and Alfred is very tolerant of my guitar playing


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 Bish
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I thought I'd spice up this thread a bit.

Had church today and I got out my Schecter C1+ instead of using my ever favorite PRS.

It shined like the little beast that it is and I received many compliments today on my tone...by the band.

It really plays well and I am loving the sustain.

Bish

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I thought I'd spice up this thread a bit.

Had church today and I got out my Schecter C1+ instead of using my ever favorite PRS.

It shined like the little beast that it is and I received many compliments today on my tone...by the band.

It really plays well and I am loving the sustain.

Excellent! Very pleased to hear it

They sound fab with lots of distortion, although I think yours has got better pick ups then mine - mine on the HZ ones, where I think the C1 as active P81s?


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I thought I'd spice up this thread a bit.

Had church today and I got out my Schecter C1+ instead of using my ever favorite PRS.

It shined like the little beast that it is and I received many compliments today on my tone...by the band.

It really plays well and I am loving the sustain.

Excellent! Very pleased to hear it

They sound fab with lots of distortion, although I think yours has got better pick ups then mine - mine on the HZ ones, where I think the C1 as active P81s?
If I am correct, active pups use batteries? If that is the case I have no idea where the battery is located. With that said, mine say "Duncan Designed" right on the pup covers. I don't think mine are active.

On a more humorous note, I had thought mine had coil tapping but could never get the "volume" knob to pull out. I also just realized I'd never taken the coil tap hang tag off the guitar. (I've had it for about 2 years now) and the tag is on the bridge pup tone knob indicating "pull" on it. DOH.

Bish

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On a more humorous note, I had thought mine had coil tapping but could never get the "volume" knob to pull out. I also just realized I'd never taken the coil tap hang tag off the guitar. (I've had it for about 2 years now) and the tag is on the bridge pup tone knob indicating "pull" on it. DOH.
Bish .... you do realize there is a thread going here with jokes about drummers not being very smart.

"Work hard, rock hard, eat hard, sleep hard,
grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em."
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On a more humorous note, I had thought mine had coil tapping but could never get the "volume" knob to pull out. I also just realized I'd never taken the coil tap hang tag off the guitar. (I've had it for about 2 years now) and the tag is on the bridge pup tone knob indicating "pull" on it. DOH.
Bish .... you do realize there is a thread going here with jokes about drummers not being very smart.
Ummmm, gee no. I don't read this stuff. I just look at pictures.

Besides, when I play my guitars, I'm no longer a drummer.

Bish

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grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em."
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