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Ricky Davis


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Buda, Texas USA
Post Posted 25 Aug 2018 9:28 am     Reply with quote

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I just sold my Nashville 400 . I didn't sound like Jim.

ha...Tony; well I sat down at Jim's steel right when he stood up from it and I DIDN'T sound like Jim either; with it SET TO JIM...ha...
Steiner; I remember Tom telling me that and I thought that was cool and did it myself for a long long time.
Danny; that is what your personal "hand towel" is for.
Ricky
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Danny Letz


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Old Glory,Texas, USA 79540
Post Posted 25 Aug 2018 10:44 am     Reply with quote

Ricky, I had one onetime that I got from John Hughey Music that had dirty Steel guitar rag printed on it.
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Ricky Davis


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Post Posted 25 Aug 2018 1:36 pm     Reply with quote

ha...danny; cool. Well I play just LDG one neck now; but still carry a "rag" so when someone comes up and asks for "Steel Guitar Rag"; that is what I throw at them...ha.
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George Seymour


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Notown, Vermont, USA
Post Posted 25 Aug 2018 2:53 pm     Reply with quote

Topic drift... but have any major leaguers played/have the new Peavey session 115?
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Jim Loessberg


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Austin, Texas U.S.A
Post Posted 27 Aug 2018 9:02 pm     Reply with quote

The Nashville settings Ricky posted were for one specific amp I played for years. It was the only one I ever set the presence at wide open. It was the best sounding Nashville I ever owned but there was obviously something wrong with it all the while. When it developed a hiss I took it to be repaired and it never sounded the same. I ended up trading it.

The settings on my current Nashville amps are similar to the earlier post but I usually run the treble and presence around 12:00.

I sometimes fool around with the neck switch in "both" position but I never use it that way with a band. It's just doesn't have enough body that way.

The Allen wrench is a 7/64 but I need to get a new one. The old one has lost all of it's flavor.

Cheers,

Jim
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Hook Moore


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South Charleston,West Virginia
Post Posted 28 Aug 2018 1:34 am     Reply with quote

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Danny Letz


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Old Glory,Texas, USA 79540
Post Posted 28 Aug 2018 5:35 am     Reply with quote

I think he does that Allen wrench thing for health reasons. To get his “iron” while he plays. Anyway Jim, keep a doin what you’re doing, we like it. Take care.
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George Kimery


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Limestone, TN, USA
Post Posted 28 Aug 2018 5:59 am     Jim Lossberg's amp Reply with quote

The Allen wrench is better than gum to he!p you relax. No sugar to rot your teeth, it does not go flat, you only have to buy it one time, you can dispose of it in your pocket, and if you accidently swallow it, it can be recycled.
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Dan Beller-McKenna


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Durham, New Hampshire, USA
Post Posted 28 Aug 2018 6:40 am     Reply with quote

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and if you accidentally swallow it, it can be recycled.


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Danny Letz


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Old Glory,Texas, USA 79540
Post Posted 28 Aug 2018 1:59 pm     Reply with quote

And if you drop or swallow our gum, you can’t find it with metal detector or retrieve it with a magnet!
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