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Had a 2013 R7.
That thing almost had a built-in booster. Just roared forced the amp into som vild tones. High and angry tones.
But it had dead spots from 12 and up.
Which annoyed me to no end.
Still, that thing was most certainly in Burst tone area if not better.
I should have learnt to love it...
Yes, I think you are totally correct! Still searching for his sound... might have found it with a 100watt Traynor from 1975 (untouched) and a Death By Audio Apocalypse.
I have tried everything.... Sola Sound Tonebender Mk1 and MK2 and a lot of other early fuzzes. Well, the search continues.
I would do the trade if it sounds good. If it's dark and murky with no treble sting I would run away. Screaming No moaners for meeeeeeeeee
You can check top buy looking in the control cavity.
To me, it does not matter what top it has or if it's a two-piece fretboard.
You want one that SOUNDS...
I did a fair amount of research and I am pretty sure Henrys ( now owned by his son Jesse) Black Beauty is a early 1968. I mean stalker warning research..... I love his broken blues style not unlike Buddy Guy or Jimmy Pages. I suppose they are accessing polyrythms when it works.