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post Jul 2 2010, 03:25 AM
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QUOTE (Trond Vold @ Jun 29 2010, 08:38 PM) *
LTP and ESP can be compared (in a way) to Epiphone and Les Paul. Cheaper versions, but still great guitars.

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post Jul 2 2010, 03:58 AM
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Zakk is right again, you can do the same thing with a distortion pedal. However, you can also use the After Burner and a Distortion pedal. smile.gif The AfterBurner and PA2 swtich will work with Active or Passive pickkups and works best with EMG products. So if you have EMG Hz pickups, the AFterBurner or PA2 switch is a great way to make the pickups sound much more like their ACTIVE counterparts and it's pretty cheap.

I've got an 81/85 set with the PA2 Boost switch and it really ramps things up. Here is a link to info on the EMG site.



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