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Glenn Demichele


From:
(20mi N of) Chicago Illinois, USA
Post Posted 8 Nov 2017 8:49 pm     Reply with quote

Im exploring the idea of getting a back up guitar - just testing the waters. Anybody have a keyless D10 for sale? I play Emmons 8 & 4, but 8 & 5 is Ok.
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Franklin D10 8&4, NV400, Rumble 40, Twin, Carvin BX500 or Peavey MiniMax to BW1501 neo speaker in open back or TT-12 in closed back.Goodrich/Moyo pedals, homemade buffer/overdrive, GT-001 effects, and an elephant graveyard of empty speaker cabinets in my garage.
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Jerry Erickson


From:
Atlanta,IL 61723
Post Posted 11 Nov 2017 1:33 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Glen,
I have a GFI keyless D10 that I'm getting ready to sell. It's set up with 8 & 5, Emmons setup on the pedals and left knees.
RKL raises 1&2(F#-G and D#-E) and lower 6(G#-F#)
RKR lower 2nd string whole tone with faux half stop by also lowering string 9, D-C#
LKV lowers B(5,10) to Bb
Also has pulls on P4 to lower E9 strings 5,10 from B-A.
One other pull I have on there is on P2, G#-A. There's an extra rod on string 6 , so that when you lower string 6 with the RKL,G#-F#, pressing P2 raises string 6 to A, like a push pull would do. I can send pics if you like. It's a wood grain mica.
Cheers,
Jerry
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