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    Wah Wah Pedal Recommendations

    Try the CAE wah from Dunlop.. Killer pedal with dual Fasel inductors, boost & true bypass. Definitely doesn’t thin out the tone.
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    Custom Bucker 7.6k is anemic when not on 10

    What strings are you using?
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    NGD! Near mint 1970/early 71 Les Paul Custom

    Ok thanks, cool! cheers
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    NGD! Near mint 1970/early 71 Les Paul Custom

    Are the pickup rings more like a 69 model (M69)? Also are the pickups t-tops or patent #? Thanks!
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    Pick-up issue. Advice requested.

    Got it, but I would advise against any kind of waxing. Just make sure that the cover is properly soldered on the pick up and it should alleviate any problems whatsoever. This is a quick easy fix.
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    What will

    Looks great as-is man…! Just buy another Les Paul or get a refin on this one.
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    Robboed

    Looks awesome! Similar to mine - I’ve got double cream pickups!
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    Hey Pedal Geeks!

    Hi Ed, what about the Wampler Tumnus? I haven’t used it with a solid state amp but it may do the trick. Do you guys mike the guitar amps when you play? If so, you could get a Fender Pro Junior as it is light and sounds great. Cheers
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    NGD! Near mint 1970/early 71 Les Paul Custom

    Congratulations! What a nice, clean example!
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    Pick-up issue. Advice requested.

    Depends on how “high gain”, the volume and room. Gary Moore played original bursts through Soldanos and Marshalls usually boosted with with and Ibanez or Boss pedal. Maybe not high-gain by todays standards but to be honest if you’re playing with more gain than that you may as well be using...
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    Pick-up issue. Advice requested.

    I’m pretty sure if you press down on the cover while it’s squeezing it will stop. This would mean that the cover isn’t soldered tight enough, so all you need to do is re-solder the cover a bit tighter. Just helped a friend solve this problem a couple of months ago.. No need to wax anything...
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    NAD - Marshall

    Had some fun cranking it today and it sounds slammin’! I like channel 1 (straight in) with the volume on 9 and channel 2 at noon. No jumpering.
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    NAD - Marshall

    Cheers!
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    NAD - Marshall

    Thanks!
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    NAD - Marshall

    Thanks you so much, appreciate it! I’ve been using the Wampler Tumnus and love it, but the TS9 is pretty cool too. Can’t wait to try the channels out!
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