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haha Cheers @Hinfrance !

it's amazing how much features are squeezed into affordable gear nowadays. with new technology coming out all the time, the competition is feirce in those kind of markets.

I've only tried the fender mustang amps a few times, but was surprised by the sheer versatility and features.!

Very Interesting video @Hinfrance nicely depthed opinions on the two models.

I myself have the 4th generation model (big fan of users Tom Morello, Jack White, and Radiohead).

I can totally see where you are coming from with the, some of the suggestions you had noted, i could happily agree with.

From my experience with the 4th gen model (pretty similar to the 5th layout wise), I'm pretty content with the single activation Button, and rotary knob to select sounds, although it is a bit fiddly. I've recently seen a manufacturer create a sequencer Dual footswitch to go through the different effects, and apparently tweak/improve some too.

The only main bits of grief i have with my unit are:

- chassis is good and strong, but a bit heavy, makes transporting my pedalboard to gigs considerably tougher on foot!

-Powersupply it takes the opposite voltage/current to the rest of my pedals, and i cannot not power it with my Voodoolab 2

-Although i love the infamous filthy sound that the pitch effects create, comparing the cleaner sounding EHX pog units. I sometimes wish that there was a switch to clean it up fro when playing chords/cleaner sections, more musical aspects ;)  IS that what the classic/chord mode is for on the 5th model?

Great video, and I hope to hear your thoughts.



Guitar Gear & Equipment Reviews / TC Electronic Flashback X4 Demo Review
« on: September 27, 2015, 02:24:56 PM »
Greetings all, so sorry for not being active the last few months, hope you are all well, and playing heartily!

Here's a video i did a while back on the Flashback X4, hope it might come of use to some people interested in a new delay pedal.

Comments, and banter greeted kindly, I'd love to hear what you think.


Introduce Yourself / Re: Greetings from Record Picks !!
« on: March 09, 2015, 04:39:54 PM »
Hey Ty,

Loving the idea of your products.

i'll be sure to send you an email, I'd love try some out

All the best with the future.


Promote You, or your band / Re: Vrona Upcoming UK Band!
« on: March 02, 2015, 09:21:57 PM »
Hey Scarebear thanks for your interest. we're looking at recording one soon. still writing material and getting ready to gig around for a bit first.

All the music is our own, we're always trying to experiment with new sounds :)

i'll be sure to keep you posted with what we're up to!


Promote You, or your band / Vrona Upcoming UK Band!
« on: February 23, 2015, 08:21:39 PM »
Hey Guys my Band in the uk have just uploaded a teaser video showing what we do!

come have a look and tell us what you think :)

thanks guys!

Guitar Gear & Equipment Reviews / Re: Chapman Guitars ML-1 Review (silly)
« on: February 05, 2015, 11:27:02 PM »
Hey Scarebear , sorry for the late reply. their right up my street. commercial and modern tones with quirky unique looks, they can't lose! 

Will hopefully get some videos up very soon. got a lot of new gear to review but just haven't had the time. you know how it is.

Will keep you posted for sure :)

Guitar Gear & Equipment Reviews / Re: Chapman Guitars ML-1 Review (silly)
« on: January 29, 2015, 06:09:02 PM »
Thanks Hinfrance, i am, and oooo sounds nice!

Hey guys, hope all is well, a few mornings back I wrote a rather silly review describing my new stringed beauty.

Have a read and tell me what you think ;)

The ML-1 , named so by the great Sires of Chapman Guitars. Has recently fallen into my grasp. with the exchange of a mere £369 Gold Pieces, I am now Stewarding this 6 string beast in this lifetime.

At first glance to this Fair Maiden, I become speechless and look in awe to its sleek design, the craftsmanship put in to concealing this Instruments deadliness, in a Beautiful array of Drool Worthy Woods and Metals.

The Solid Mahogany Boasts Superior resonance and sustain from it's dense and woody wholeness. It also offers divine protection against Swords, Arrows, Bullets, and inferior Tone.

The Many trinkets and tools placed upon this guitar are to the utmost quality. Only the dark arts and rituals, could explain the Specifications of this Enchanted Axe. Grover tuners, Tusq Nut, Extra Jumbo Frets. come together to enforce the plethora of reasons to Acquire one of these Instruments.

The Simple Look of Natural Mahogany, with Dark Ebony, and the Lustrous , Dusk like Satin Black around the back and sides. Creates an image of Professionalism, with a hint of Mystery.

Bearing the Chapman Stamp of approval, and the Infinity Symbol which lay peacefully betwixt the 12th fret. (obviously some sort of Magical Enchantment used to make you play there more!) I Have been Drawn to, and must learn more about this...

The Bridge humbuckers sound I can only compare to the roar of an untamed lion trapped in a radio.
Devouring Hi Gain amps like Gimli would Salted Pork, this Guitarnivore pickup screams Rock Guitar.

The neck and middle pickups so called "Extreme Victory" both give you the strat-esque springy bellows a clean holy man desires, while still grasping distortion and throwing it in your face like an Olympic javelin champion.

This versatile beast Hides secret, more secluded tones to behold in its split coiling functions. with the power of this mighty 3-way toggle of destruction, you can cover country twang, Pop, and even use all the pickups at once to create an unstoppable wall of sound. unblockable to any enemies you may encounter.

The Famous Wilkinson tremolo is been entrusted to lead this guitar into unbeatable Jeff Beck like Wobble Spell magic.
As a keen user of String Manipulation Sorcery my self. I urge you to try one of these. The innovative design of this chunk of Alloy, Forged in the Sacred Fires of Mt. Doom, Feels both Familiar yet new in your hands. with it's 6 screw Line of Burrowing Ballasts, pinning the bridge to the dense Mahogany, I assure you this Trem shall be stable. Once setup, this "Deep C Diver" shall return in tune, like an Obedient Canine to his Master Every time.

If I Have not convinced you to Purchase one of these Delightful Guitars as of yet, then I Demand you take a Gander at their Website, in which you may Wander into the land of Chapman and Purchase any 6 string weapons you may need before taking quests of Performing to weeping maidens and Playing to kings at feast, Most Pleasing!

Guitar Gear & Equipment Reviews / Hello Kitty Squier Stratocaster Review
« on: November 05, 2014, 09:13:50 AM »
Hey Guys,

Here's another fun filled Demo, this time it's the hilarious Hello Kitty Stratocaster from Squier.

Hope you enjoy, any questions feel free to ask  :tup:


Thanks for looking guys. It really is a stunner, Scarebear it sounds amazing clean and driven. it was surprisingly good for heavier stuff, this thing is a riff machine! the hollowness and set neck offers a Huge resonance and a big chunky tone!

I've been in contact with them recently and I may be working with them in the near future, very exciting indeed! i'll be sure to keep you guys posted :)


Hey Guys,

I discovered the guys at Kingdom Guitars recently, and their "Dark Defender Special Edition" is an absolute beast!

Below is a Video i made demoing it, so fun!

With Wilkinson parts, Wilkinson P-90 pups that scream tone. It has a very comfortable slim neck, Medium Jumbo Frets, and a Light weight body. its just a comfortable diverse beauty, with the quirks there to please your utmost desires.

Check them out here, and thanks for looking.  :tup:

Thanks a lot for the sound comparison Hinfrance, found it really helpful. think i may have to investigate further and grab some of these shiny new pickups for my strat ;)

Maybe i'll post some pics if i end up getting them!


Thanks for the comments Hinfrance, really appreciate it.

ooo HSS Squier, nice one. what are the Wilkinson 'Hot' ones like? I've been looking at getting some for a while.

Good dynamics? the term "Grungy" is already begging me to buy them ;)

General Discussion / Re: This place needs a theme song...
« on: September 12, 2014, 09:08:58 AM »
Hey Guys, thanks for Mentioning me. Sounds like a really great idea Joom, lot's of fun! I'd love to collab on this if you'll have me, If a set structure and session is set on a DAW session, then if you want just send it over, and I'll Put down some guitar. just let me know what you want on it :)

Great work guys!

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