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  • Couple of Aces!

    I'm a big fan of Rick Turner Guitars. Not sure why the blue one looks so enormous. Must be the camera angle.


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    Neither are mine, unfortunately.
    “Practice cures most tone issues” - John Suhr

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    • #3
      Those are both way cool. I always liked seeing Lindsey Buckingham's guitar because it was different. You don't see Turners too often, think I've seen one in person much like Weissenborn slide guitars for that matter either.
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      • #4
        the model 1s that i was luckily enough to play were great guitars. takes a little to get to know them since the electronics are so different than most things i use. the piezo can be just as loud, if not louder than the magnetic pup even with the boost. the piezo preamp is a beast

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jeremy View Post
          the model 1s that i was luckily enough to play were great guitars. takes a little to get to know them since the electronics are so different than most things i use. the piezo can be just as loud, if not louder than the magnetic pup even with the boost. the piezo preamp is a beast
          Yes it is. Interestingly, when you blend the piezo into the humbucker it starts sounding more like a bridge pickup.

          Not exactly like a bridge humbucker but with the EQ and boost engaged it gets a lot of those bridge humbucker tones.

          Also some "acoustic" tones.

          They're killer guitars and beautifully detailed.
          “Practice cures most tone issues” - John Suhr

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