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That is weird, but ES models from that era had an extreme construction. I have heard that feedback is less prevalent than earlier and later models. That said, my friends 335 is probably the most delicious sounding guitar I have ever played and it feedbacks all over the place, but when you get it just right, nothing can touch it.
Yeah, I got that:) Are you considering putting them into the ES? That would be an interresting experiment IMO.But in the long run wouldn't it be simpler to get a specific guitar for metal?-V
I can't think of a player who uses active pickups who has a guitar tone I like. Thinking back at the EMG era and Lace Sensors which a lot of great guitar players used Clapton, Guy and Knopfler to mention a few, I've always prefered the tone they got when they weren't using them. Musically racist of me, but all metal guitarists sound alike to me and I always wondered if some of the admittedly great songs they produce would sound better if they had a more harmonically...
They told me this thread was full of enablers But I think your reasoning is sound, because my connection is to MY watch as much to the Speedmaster itself. Now to find a cheap Explorer I.
The thing is, they are so readily available (even though mine is a LE from 2003) that it would be quite easy to get a new one, but I'm really attached to the one I have now.
I love my Speedy and it's been a part of my collection for years. Always wear it on july 20th. But I'm having sinister thoughts about trading up for a 36mm Explorer I. That would leave me without a chronograph though. Really lovely on a dressy brown strap. Or casual on a Hirsch Carbon.
It's a spectacular looking watch, just a little "out there" for my taste Handled the black dial/green crystal in denmark last week and I have to say it had me seriously tempted, but I always go for the boring choice
I think the regular black dialled Milgauss along with the black dial ExpII are the most underrated watches from Rolex
It's the only way to keep the hoards of tourists away:D
This summer I've set myself the goal of being able to do a one arm pushup. And although I'm destined to never succeed I will enjoy the challenge and what I hope will give me a hint of masculine muscularity.
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