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re: CT7 club!

Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 2:19 pm
by Appollyon
Yes! Our ranks continue to grow! Great guitar, elvenefris! Love the abalone with the dragonburst.

Re: re: CT7 club!

Posted: Sat May 11, 2013 9:32 pm
by dc400dragonburst
Elvenefris wrote:Finally in this club

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are those BKP aftermaths?

Re: re: CT7 club!

Posted: Fri May 24, 2013 5:18 am
by Elvenefris
dc400dragonburst wrote:
are those BKP aftermaths?


Yessir. I was a dummy and thought that the passive routs would fit covered BKPs, so it had to undergo a little "arbosuction". A terrifying ordeal, but so, so worth it.

I think you'll like those Blackhawks in your 727 when it gets here! I've got a pair in my RGD, and they sound really ****in' angry. I've had some problems with note definition in the lower register but I'm planning on switching out the volume pot for something a bit brighter. Really good for death metal and other extreme music.

Re: re: CT7 club!

Posted: Thu May 30, 2013 8:13 am
by dc400dragonburst
Elvenefris wrote:
dc400dragonburst wrote:
are those BKP aftermaths?


Yessir. I was a dummy and thought that the passive routs would fit covered BKPs, so it had to undergo a little "arbosuction". A terrifying ordeal, but so, so worth it.

I think you'll like those Blackhawks in your 727 when it gets here! I've got a pair in my RGD, and they sound really ****in' angry. I've had some problems with note definition in the lower register but I'm planning on switching out the volume pot for something a bit brighter. Really good for death metal and other extreme music.


what about a "djent" kind of sound, are they good for that?

re: CT7 club!

Posted: Sun Jun 09, 2013 11:44 am
by Elvenefris
I would say so, they're like the Aftermaths but a little more open and versatile.