Also, does Fender make any other Strats with a natural finish that aren't the Classic Series?
Hi, i've recently been offered to trade my Ibanez af105 Nt for an epiphone riviera peerless made in 1995. My Ibanez is missing the pickguard and is in overall good condition. The trader says the riviera is in perfect condition except for the jack input which makes a bit of noise when he wiggles the jack (sounds easy enough to replace). Would you say it's a good deal?
I hope I asked in the right subreddit.
I'm getting a custom guitar pick for a good friend of mine. She's prefers nylon picks because of the grip but I can't seem to find any dealers online. If it's impossible, what would be the closest? I was thinking Delrin/Acetal/Tortex because of the grip.
Normally I'd just make an album, but mobile Imgur wasn't having it. I have found very little about Arbor as a company, so I assume it's some knockoff brand, but I wanted to know if anyone here has experience with them.
Also the middle knob (I think it's tone) doesn't do anything, but all the wires appear to be connected and I couldn't detect any weird grounding, anybody have thoughts on what to try there?
This is all done live with no post-processing (apart from fade in/out) or even a looper, all done in BIAS FX. All of the magic happens in the reverse delay, which is after a stereo amp/delay setup, so the stereo delay and reverb all gets passed through the reverse delay unit, which on max decay keeps a dry signal and the reversed delay looped continuously without any loss.
Since this doesn't display much technical guitar virtuosity I guess it won't be everyone's cup of tea but I've wanted to be able to re-create something with this level of depth in a live set-up for a long time. Its such a great filler for a set intro or between songs but I like to just leave it in the background at home :).