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    After a few months of tweaking pedals and making sure that the chain was as tone suckless as possible. I have finally finish my board. Now I just need to clean up the wiring. But damn it sounds glorious.





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    2001 Les Paul Classic (Antiquity Set)
    2005 Les Paul Standard (Aldrich set)
    2019 Washburn N24 (Duncan Custom Shop PATB)

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    Re: Finally done

    Originally posted by SFW View Post
    After a few months of tweaking pedals and making sure that the chain was as tone suckless as possible. I have finally finish my board. Now I just need to clean up the wiring. But damn it sounds glorious.





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    What Splawn amp are you rocking?

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      Re: Finally done

      Originally posted by Gtrjunior View Post
      What Splawn amp are you rocking?
      2005 Quick Rod. The clean channel is “workable,” but the lead channel is everything I’ve ever wanted in a Marshall.


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        Re: Finally done

        I let out a big, single HAH when I read the title

        Good luck
        green globe burned black by sunn

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          Re: Finally done

          I wanna see the 'cleaned up wiring' pic.
          Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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            Re: Finally done

            Originally posted by SFW View Post
            2005 Quick Rod. The clean channel is “workable,” but the lead channel is everything I’ve ever wanted in a Marshall.


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            I’ve got a 2016 QR fully loaded.
            Love it.

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            • #7
              Re: Finally done

              Originally posted by Lampy H
              How’s the volume knob clean up on the lead channel? I’d love to try a QR, and I’ve thought about picking up a Competition some time down the road.
              It cleans up nicely. The amp is very responsive to both the volume knob and to your pick attack.


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                Re: Finally done

                Originally posted by Gtrjunior View Post
                I’ve got a 2016 QR fully loaded.
                Love it.
                Very nice. One of these days I would love to check out a new model. I know that Scott has makes a lot of upgrades to the amp.


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                2005 Les Paul Standard (Aldrich set)
                2019 Washburn N24 (Duncan Custom Shop PATB)

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                  Re: Finally done

                  Originally posted by SFW View Post
                  Very nice. One of these days I would love to check out a new model. I know that Scott has makes a lot of upgrades to the amp.


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                  I think most players really like the loop volume feature. You can get great tones at reasonable volume levels.
                  I also like the drop B+ option. It really makes the amp have a great feel to it. Not so stiff.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Finally done

                    We need a Splawn owner’s thread here.
                    Oh no.....


                    Oh Yeah!

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                      Finally done

                      Originally posted by Gtrjunior View Post
                      I think most players really like the loop volume feature. You can get great tones at reasonable volume levels.
                      I also like the drop B+ option. It really makes the amp have a great feel to it. Not so stiff.
                      I’ve read really good things about the loop volume. I use a Weber Mass 200 to tame the volume with mine.




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