I bought evo replica and thinking about true temperarament

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Re: I bought evo

#16 Post by kyle am I » Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:59 pm

ehh flo III is nothing special, original flo would be cool to have. Put some yellow tape on the guitar the way Steve did, put in a high-pass filter for the volume knob, put a black knob on the volume, and put on a black one of those pin lock straps (not cliplock, some other one I don't remember). BUT I would keep it as it is, (except for the yellow tape, it's the most notable difference the EVO's have than real evo). I think you should keep the guitar relatively close to evo as the replicas were madeZ
Víctorfromspain wrote:my evo flying case looks like dracula's coffin, anyway, hope someday they release FLO III to be bought, i'll keep money waiting.

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Re: I bought evo number one,where can I get true temperarame

#17 Post by Jeries » Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:28 am

dude like every guitar has a high pass filter on the volume knob

every Ibanez RG i own has one- so you don't loose high end when you roll back the volume

i'm sure every jem/universe/rg has had one for decades

all my guitars have them- i didn't know they even had them

you're rg350s probably have them- because mine do

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Re: I bought evo number one,where can I get true temperarame

#18 Post by kyle am I » Thu Jul 11, 2013 10:21 am

then why does vai have the pop up volume knob? Thomas said it was a high pass filter. Maybe this one is just so Steve has the option between the filter or not?
Jeries wrote:dude like every guitar has a high pass filter on the volume knob

every Ibanez RG i own has one- so you don't loose high end when you roll back the volume

i'm sure every jem/universe/rg has had one for decades

all my guitars have them- i didn't know they even had them

you're rg350s probably have them- because mine do

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Re: I bought evo replica

#19 Post by Víctorfromspain » Mon Jul 22, 2013 5:07 pm

enjoy chords & scales in rhythms
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Re: I bought evo number one,where can I get true temperarame

#20 Post by NatiFable » Sat Aug 03, 2013 10:47 pm

First off, wow on having Number 1 of 100! That is amazing! Second, I just watched your video on youtube and it was a blast seeing you 'crying like a baby at Christmas'. Good for you!!!

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Re: I bought evo number one,where can I get true temperarame

#21 Post by EyE » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:40 am

NatiFable wrote:First off, wow on having Number 1 of 100! That is amazing!
All of the Evo replicas are labeled as #1 of 100, serial number is stamped after the last fret on the fretboard.

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Re: I bought evo replica

#22 Post by Víctorfromspain » Sun Aug 04, 2013 7:55 am

have fun playing

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