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Old 05-18-2018, 09:43 PM
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Yes, effective use of the controls and pickup switches on an electric to shape one's tone can be a science onto itself. Still working on that.
You betcha! And when you factor in the AMP settings and the almost limitless amount of combinations between the guitar and the amp............
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I do not know because even though in the late 60's I dabbled a bit with friends electrics for about a year. I had played exclusively acoustic up until a year and a half ago when I got back into electric . So in reverse I did have start playing with a bit more subtlety but that only to a few hours to get the hang of .
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