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MatiasTolkki
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Re: Who else has watched this?

Postby MatiasTolkki » Wed Sep 13, 2017 7:01 am

UnexplodedCow wrote:The comparison thread I had started for the Lithium Vs. M22 got a few comments from other forum goers about getting a decent tone out of the Lithiums, straight into a V3m and 212 cabinet. It can be done, but different pickups usually take different EQing. Ultimately, I didn't want to have to run a 10 band EQ, and specific speakers in order to cover up the offending peak the Lithiums had to my ear. THe M22s lacked that, but seemed to be just as broad of output (even more so on bass). Need less bass...turn down the bass control, or run an EQ.

Now, for tuning low, I kinda like the Lithiums. I didn't go below D standard, however (never have, either). With that said, my one guitar now that's tuned lower is using EMGs, and I am quite pleased with the outcome of that. My lithiums simply sit on the shelf, waiting to be sold to someone who will love them more than I do.


Sell em to Elfdude ;)
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Re: Who else has watched this?

Postby UnexplodedCow » Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:19 am

MatiasTolkki wrote:Sell em to Elfdude ;)


I did not know he was still looking.
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