Guitar Messages by Jeremy Ledford

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  1. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 21 Hits · 11/11/2000 6:51 PM
    its line noise most likely from your electricity line. nothing except spend big bucks for some filtering equipment
  2. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 37 Hits · 6/18/2000 9:36 PM
    that's where it is located in my signal chain. on my amp i can also just plug directly in to the power amp w another preamp or pedal
  3. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 19 Hits · 6/18/2000 9:35 PM
    woods were selected better. quality of construction. the price of the new ones indicates to me that they r using the cheapest stuff on the planet.
  4. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Open Forum · 67 Hits · 6/18/2000 12:22 PM
    hey whats a guitar? is it an instument? if it is, is it the one that ya sit down to and hit these little white and black thingies? he he. smirk. woo hoo JUST KIDDING
  5. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 26 Hits · 6/18/2000 12:12 PM
    hella cool. i am goin to enter and get past the prelim's( i hope).rock on.
  6. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Building/Repair Forum · 26 Hits · 6/18/2000 12:10 PM
    a short is a good sorce of your problem. open up the amp and check for any thing loose and then get out the tester and check the circuits
  7. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    For Sale/WTB Forum · 91 Hits · 6/18/2000 12:05 PM
    listen up everyone!! im looking for Peavey Nitro guitars. have to have kahler 2700 series tremolo and the funny looking kramer-esque headstock. active pickups would be nice and minimal fret wear. im about to do some gigging and need some back up...(more)
  8. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 48 Hits · 6/18/2000 12:01 PM
    its i own the 85 and absolutely love it. better range than the 81 and an eq pedal can take out the mids if ya need. check out the website for more info dude. germ
  9. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 18 Hits · 6/18/2000 11:58 AM
    excellent pedal!!!!! i paid too much and it has the plastic housing(wanted the metal one). i have to have this in my rig. i use it in between the preamp and power amp to drive my bbe stinger pedal for the hetfield sound!! woo hoo!! turn it off f...(more)
  10. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 27 Hits · 6/18/2000 11:53 AM
    cheap cheap cheap cheaP!!! i wouldnt buy one of the new ones. shell out the bucks for an older one!!! nightswan, focus, pacer, baretta.all good germ
  11. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 24 Hits · 6/18/2000 11:43 AM
    dude dont worry about it!! my first guitar was a memphis 3/4 size rhoads V!!!!! i completely made it my own by burning it putting holes in it. etc. next we,re peavey nitro"s. most guitars will be of use for years to come. rock on dude!! germ
  12. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Open Forum · 17 Hits · 6/11/2000 10:28 AM
    i call my amp scrotum sound(it s ugly 4 12 cab w peavey vtm head gotta see to believe)my guitars are named discover and p.o.s.
  13. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Building/Repair Forum · 23 Hits · 6/11/2000 10:23 AM
    put it on the guitar. have it in the normal position, tune, then put it in the drop positoin , tune if out of tune adjust the slack(distance)of the drop mechanism. keep going back and forth until working perfectly. have fun enjoy
  14. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 25 Hits · 6/11/2000 10:17 AM
    compressor should be after the distortion. why you ask? because you want to send the original signal thru to the distortion pedal so maximum tonality can be acheived. a compressor lowers volume and lowers headroom exactly what a distrtion pedal ...(more)
  15. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 37 Hits · 6/11/2000 10:11 AM
    i know exactly what you are talkin about. just use raw microphone cable. it is a stereo cable w two leads aand a ground(that s what i call them for this purpose). radio shack should have some for ya cheap. any 3 conductor wire will work though. ...(more)
  16. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 27 Hits · 6/11/2000 9:59 AM
    b-4 ya go changing the pick-up, how about changing the capacitor on the tone knob? this can help liven up a pick-up that may be wanting to go bye bye. in answer to your question, yes the cover does impart some tonal characteristics to the soun...(more)
  17. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 25 Hits · 4/20/2000 1:00 PM
    might want to check out line 6 spider its not bad. fender tonemaster is awesome for blues and such. its out of your price range but check it out. stay away from laney the older ones r the only good ones ive heard and only for metal.
  18. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 50 Hits · 4/20/2000 12:54 PM
    ok. tube is the way to go. if u were looking at boogies then u should check out these amps. i would own everyone if i could:egnater by rocktron, line6 spider(not tube, but damn!!!), johnson millenium(none of the other ones), fender pro sonic, fe...(more)
  19. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 33 Hits · 4/20/2000 12:44 PM
    good pickups. they should be just fine for your purposes. try using diff pickup setting i.e. toggle switch and adjusting the tone knobs for color. a decent amp helps but most amps can get a passable sound no matter how cheap or cheesy
  20. Jeremy Ledford (14379)
    Equipment Forum · 123 Hits · 4/20/2000 12:39 PM
    dude the blue voodoo has great tones u dont need the distortion from the digitech floor board. just dont use the distortion on the board. shut it off. also lower the level settings in the eg section(if has it) and set eg flat u want to make sure...(more)