Small dings on the top of the headstock, two at the bottom of the back of the body near the strap lock, tiny one in the curve of the back of the body . Some light buckle rash on the back. Frets look like new. OHSC case included, trem bar is included. Tools are installed on the back of the headstock and are included.
The Model 4 was at the top of the bolt-neck line for Charvel . Its thin, quartersawn rock maple neck has a satin finish and a wide, flat fingerboard. The body is basswood. The single-coils are Jackson J200s; the humbucker a J50BC with “accentuated high frequency.” Toggles are on/off for each pickup, the vibrato is a Kahler Standard, and controls are one Volume, one Tone, and a pre-amp midrange boost/cut.View full product details
Dave Friedman’s Small Box all-tube amplifier is well known for being one of the most flexible and touch-responsive amplifiers on the market today. You can now get the same tonal versatility, sensitivity and harmonically rich overdrive as this legendary amp with Friedman’s new Small Box overdrive pedal. The Small Box pedal packs the same intuitive control set as the amplifier, allowing you to dial in your perfect shade of rock, from vintage Plexi goodness to high gain madness. Whether you want a high-output cleaner tone for pushing your amp hard, or a thick gritty drive that will sit well in any classic to modern rock band, a sweep of the gain control easily gets you there. If you want to reign in the gain some more, simply flip the side mounted gain switch and it will simulate the Plexi-Channel of the Small Box amplifier. To experience the Small Box’s accolade-garnering Friedman tone, put this overdrive pedal on your board today.
British rock at its best
The Small Box overdrive can scream with an unabashedly rock 'n' roll voice while still being surprisingly versatile. You can go from screaming high gain to a killer dirty boost by simply rolling the pedal's gain knob back and flipping the gain structure switch to “lower gain mode”.
Ready for your rig
The Small Box Overdrive pedal delivers tube like tone in a small pedal format which can be used either into a clean amp or to boost an already over-driven amp.
The man who knows tone
Dave Friedman has earned one of the most stellar reputations in the guitar, amplifier, and effects industry. For decades his clientele - which includes some of the biggest names in electric guitar - continue to rely on him to keep them sounding their best, night after night. When Dave puts his name on a piece of gear, you know it will get the job done.
First there was the Plexi-Drive. Then there was the Plexi-Drive Deluxe. Now Wampler pedals bring you the all new Plexi-Drive Mini. Brian has managed to cram an improved version of the original Plexi-Drive circuit into a miniature housing and has added a couple of new features. We worked with some leading pedal demo artists to tweak this circuit and we are sure you are going to love it.
We have added our special Bass Boost switch which when activated gives Brian’s interpretation of the difference a 4x12 speaker cab will make vs a 2x12. Imagine that Plexi stack sound with more thumping bass tone and a lovely warm rounded bottom end. This gives you a huge amount of power in a tiny package. There is also an all new Mid Boost circuit that hasn’t featured on any of our previous Plexi style pedals. For this, Brian has created a warm throaty tube-like boost by tweaking several gain stages of the circuit at once. Many love to run their 'Klone' type pedals into the Plexi-Drive for added midrange warmth as well as a bit of a gain boost. Brian implemented gain stage and EQ changes within the circuit to approximate a similar response and the result is astounding.
Since the early 60’s, Marshall Amplifiers® have lead the way in rock tones with its legendary tight overdrive and coveted bass response. Early rock legends such as: Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Cream, and AC/DC helped lead the way in creating some of the most iconic rock tones ever produced and catapulted Marshall® into rock legendary status. Like the original, the Plexi-Drive Mini’s unique gain structure can cover everything from Vintage ’68 style Plexi tones to the all-out massive rock tones of a JTM-45® cranked to ten, or even eleven…This is the mini pedal for classic rock and metal fans - have no doubt!
To this day, the original Plexi-Drive is still one Brian’s favorite pedals and never left his personal pedal board. For a man who is said to be never satisfied with his tone, the Plexi-Drive has stayed with him throughout and is still inspiring him gig after gig. The new Plexi Drive Mini, with its smaller board footprint, has become Brian’s Plexi pedal of choice. The Plexi-Drive Mini will fill your “British Distortion Voiced Amp” void and give you the crunch, response, boost and feeling that your rig begs for. Whether you are playing sold out shows or rocking out by yourself – the Plexi-Drive Mini will take your tone and allow you to create your own flavor of rock!
Gain: This controls the total amount of overdrive that is heard. The more you turn it clockwise, the more distorted the sound will become.
Volume: Controls the total output volume of the pedal.
Tone: Adjust the mix of Bass (Anticlockwise) or Treble (Clockwise) that is output from the pedal.
Bass Boost Toggle: This toggle switch allows you to emulate the feeling of the low-end thump of a 4×12” cabinet (or two) at the flick of a switch. The bass boost will allow you to dial in your low end at lower volume gigs or at bedroom volume levels.
Mids Boost Toggle: This toggle switch allows you to engage a multi gain stage boost that emulates a warm treble and gain boosting circuit going into the Plexi-Drive.
Power: This pedal was designed around the usage of a 9V or 18V DC power source, and is intended to sound its best at 9V. To avoid damage to the pedal, do not exceed 18V DC, do not use center pin positive adapters, and do not use AC power. Using an incorrect power adapter can lead to damage and will void the warranty on the pedal.
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Each ukulele features all solid wood construction with the top, back & sides made from the finest mahogany finished in a high gloss nitrocellulose lacquer. The body is matched with rosewood binding and the fretboard is inlaid with abalone pearl snowflakes. Appointments include a bone nut and classic Grover tuning machines. Nylgut strings and hardshell case included.
Neck Material: Mahogany
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-27/64"
Fretwire: 18 Jescar Nickel Silver
Scale Length: 16-15/16"
Body Style: Tenor
Body Dimensions: 8-9/16" x 3 1/32"
Body Top: Solid Mahogany
Body Back/Sides: Solid Mahogany
Bridge: Rosewood/Anchor Style 1-5/8" Spacing
Truss Rod: None
Headstock Style: AC
Binding Material: Rosewood Multi-Ply
Logo Material: Wood/gold
Inlay Material: Abalone
Side Dot Color: White
Hardware Color: Chrome/Black
Tuning: G C E A
Case: Hardshell Case
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Eastman T484 Thinline Hollowbody Electric Guitar in Classic Finish.
When it comes to building a guitar, there is a big difference between assembly and artistry. If history has taught us anything, it is that there is no substitute for skilled craftsmanship. At Eastman, each instrument is given the attention to detail required to ensure that it reaches its maximum potential. Features such as hand-scalloped bracing and precision tap tuning are just two examples of the way we differentiate ourselves. Considering the outward beauty of an Eastman Guitar, it’s often easy to overlook the skill and artistry applied to the inside of such a fine instrument.
The first bass designed by Ernie Ball Music Man, the Stingray 5 was unveiled in 1987 and has been an industry standard for extended range basses ever since. With its powerful punchy sound, the added flexibility of additional pickups and a comfortably contoured body the StingRay5 satisfies even the most demanding of players. Reengineered lightweight tuning machines create a more balanced neck while still providing ultra-reliable tuning stability.
|Model||StingRay 5 Special|
|Size||13-3/8" wide, 1-5/8" thick, 45-3/4" long (34.0 cm wide, 4.1 cm thick, 116.2 cm long)|
|Body Wood||Select Hardwoods|
|Body Finish||High gloss polyester|
|Bridge||Vintage Music Man® top loaded chrome plated, steel bridge plate with vintage nickel plated steel saddles|
|Scale Length||34" (86.4 cm)|
|Neck Radius||11" (27.9 cm)|
|Headstock Size||Only 9" (22.9 cm) long|
|Frets||22 - High profile, wide, Stainless Steel|
|Neck Width||1-3/4" (44.5 mm) at nut 2-3/4"" (69.9 mm) at last fret|
|Neck Wood||Select roasted maple neck|
|Fingerboard||Fretted - Maple|
|Neck Finish||Gunstock oil and hand-rubbed special wax blend|
|Neck Colors||Standard – Natural with finished headstock|
|Tuning Machines||Custom Music Man, lightweight with tapered string posts and ergonomic clover design|
|Truss Rod||Adjustable - no component or string removal|
|Neck Attachment||5 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting; Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets|
|Electronic Shielding||Graphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined pickguard|
|Controls||3-band active preamp with 18 volts of headroom; vol, treble, mid, bass|
|Switching||Single Pickup - 3-way lever pickup selector; Dual Pickup - 5-way lever pickup selector|
|Pickups||Standard - Single Humbucking with Neodymium magnets; Optional - Dual Humbucking with Neodymium magnets|
|Strings||45w-65w-80w-100w-130w (Regular Slinky Bass #2836)|
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Pre-owned Gibson Les Paul Special SL HH in natural mahogany. In very good condition. The bridge pickup has been replaced with a Dimarzio, and the neck is still the original Gibson 490r. The original bridge pickup is not included. Gig bag is included. The top has some light surface level pick marks and a few minor indentations. The back has some finish swirling/buffing marks and a few minor indentations as well. The first few frets show some very light wear. Set up in store, cleaned/polished and restrung with D'Addario 10's.
Model: Les Paul Special SL
Body Wood: All Mahogany
Bridge: Dimarzio (original not included)
2 volume, 2 tone, 3 way toggle
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Relish Mary One, Burl Ash Shady
Mary One has many faces. She's a gentle jazz singer, a mighty metal force and a husky blues jammer all in one - with a resonant tone, some serious sustain and unlimited tonal options. An edged top sandwiches a machined aluminum core between an edged wood veneer top a magnetically attached back for instant pickup access. In addition to the unique pickup system, it has a piezo pickup, a selectable mono/stereo output and a traditional three way toggle.
The Flamed Shady Mary is coated in a magnificent shady flamed maple veneer on the body front and the headstock, framed by black edges and a black magnetically deatcheable back lid. Mary really stands out with a unique look, a crystal clear clean sound and her floating sandwich construction.
The piano-style construction with two magnetic high pressure veneers on either side of her aluminum core creates a brilliant crystal clear sound that vibrates freely from the bolted on bent neck to the piezo loaded saddles in the bridge. The ghost piezo by Graph Tech, built into the saddles adds warmth and enhances the guitar’s natural acoustic sound, widening the already extensive pickup functionalities provided by a push-push coil split tone knob. The magnetic back lid gives access to Mary’s tidy interior and makes way for lightspeed pickup swapping.