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Thundersteel last won the day on April 26 2020

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About Thundersteel

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    Veteran HFCer
  • Birthday 06/29/1962

Previous Fields

  • guitars
    2008 Hamer Artist Custom, 2008 Hamer Newport Birdseye, 2007 Hamer Studio Custom Earthen Maple, 2007 Hamer Studio Custom, 2007 G&L JB-2
  • amps
    Orange Rockerverb Mk II head, Orange Custom Shop 50 head, Blackstar Series One Anniversary Edition combo

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    Florida Panhandle
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    Reading God's Word, cars, aviation, guitars, and bass.

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  1. I’ve had an EcoTank for about six months, and so far has worked flawlessly.
  2. It seems most 5-stringers are active. I gave up on finding a passive one when I bought my Tobias.
  3. Thanks for the assistance. After doing some research, these are called blend pots. I've been able to find some of these.
  4. Dual-ganged pots usually have two shafts; one inside the other. I'm trying to avoid that.
  5. I need two pots for my Tobias bass. Specifications: 500k-ohm audio taper, single-gang, with center detent, split knurled shaft. All I can find are dual-ganged pots with these specs.
  6. I didn't care for the singer screaming; otherwise, it looked professionally done. All are well-talented. They should be very successful.
  7. I've had many amps and several pedals, along with too many guitars. Now I'm happy with my signal chain: Hamer Guitar --> Orange amplifier.
  8. I was looking at a new G&L fretless bass recently. The build sheet lists the frets as "medium-jumbo." 😆
  9. 2002 Gibson SG Supreme. It's also listed in the For Sale section.
  10. Delivery status has been changed to "pending." Great. At least it left Atlanta after spending 23 hours there. EDIT: It has arrived; please see original post.
  11. It finally arrived, and it's in better condition than I anticipated. It has its share of minor scratches and dings, but it's not bad for a bass that was made between 1990 & 1992. Tobias had so much success he had to seek outside vendors to help manufacture them. This is their "Standard" model, and these were built at the Terada factory in Nagoya. According to founder Michael Tobias himself, these were "great basses." The bodies were made in Japan, and then sent to Michael's shop in Burbank to dress the frets and install the electronics. There were only about 400 made, and there would
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