Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Piobaire, Feb 25, 2010.
Another one that "got away" a Gretsch 6119. I traded it in the mid-90's for a used Rolex Submariner.
I'd take the Rolex, too.
i got the love pedal eternity fuse, it's amazing, worth every penny.
That looks amazing. And he absolutely loves Eric Johnson and Joe S. I'll keep it bookmarked. Merci!
Ugh. We both wanted the Kanji Lovepedal but it's sold out everywhere. What else do you like?
Neo, check out the Prescription Peddle. These are a lot of fun.
^ I am literally in awe. Which pedals do you own, Pocketsquare? I'm sure your collection is drool-worthy.
I had most of the original Prescription Peddles including the Experience peddle, Vibe Unit, tremelo, etc.. The difference was that when they were first made, the owner made them by hand and gave each one a wild and unique dripping paint job. Very Hippy like! Mine was in purples, yellows, blues and reds. I sold the last of my peddles a few years ago except for a simple Danelectro Echo. I usually play through a vintage Fender tweed vibroverb . That gives me enough tone for my needs.
^ That's pretty cool. I'm sure my friend would have enjoyed having a unique hippy like pedal! I'm torn between getting him the Experience or the Yardbox. And speaking of amps, I'm thinking of getting him some Orange amps.
Here are pics of early Prescription Experience peddles. No two were alike. You could probably find one on EBay.
Here is my Tweed Vibrolux. A true tone machine!
There is a used Experience peddle on EBay
^ That equipment looks great. I'm sure it sounds amazing. Thanks for the heads-up, PSG!
Not bad, some accurate song renditions to jam with
1961 Jazzmaster back from the luthier - rewound pickups, new pickguard because the old one was too shrunken, but it looks amazing. Sadly, I'm in another country and won't be able to play it for months!
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