Dozin wrote:Agree, with all the technique analogies. I think as Weir players we get that. However, it's a lot more fun when your nailing the tone. I find it far more easier to start with the recipe especially if you're following the subject line.
I agree that it's a lot more fun when you're nailing that tone you seek! I've played Weir gear (UE700, UE400, UE405, RM150, IVP, etc, etc) and had guitars modeled after his and with all those times when following the recipe I found myself further. My search was over when I got my first full custom, semi-hollow, dual minis, neck positioned like a 24 fret, tapped switches, pull pot OOP, ebony fingerboard, mahogany neck, ash body. Sheer perfection for me. Mates well with Vibroverb, SMS or Fargen Deluxe Reverb.