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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Jason View Post
    You can NOT imagine how much you'd love the ALHH!!!

    Thanks for sharing the preset, I love it!
    Great stuff. Rock it out, improve it and post V2 back to us.

    Yes, the ALHH is a VERY exciting prospect.

    Cheers!

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    what an introduction! Welcome Brett
    blueburst Steve Morse Standard, Jan 03, 2005 pix
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    I guess I may as well throw this one in too. Last week's effort with my favourite (and only) Axis.


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    Quote Originally Posted by banjoplayer View Post
    what an introduction! Welcome Brett
    Thanks!

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    I was told by EBMM that the strings installed at the factory are indeed M-Steels 09's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeller View Post
    I was told by EBMM that the strings installed at the factory are indeed M-Steels 09's.
    9s or hybrids? I'm still thinking the website is the correct answer.....
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    I was told the 2923 standard 9 set...at least that what it was back in February when I bought my Cutlass. I wish I had saved that email but I can't find it.
    EBMM Axis Super Sport (Pacific Blue Burst)
    EBMM L3 HH (Olive Gold)
    EBMM L3 SSH Roasted (Bodhi Blue)
    EBMM Silo Special (Blue Dawn)
    EBMM Albert Lee SSS (Sky Blue)
    EBMM Majesty (Iced Crimson)
    EBMM Cutlass (Vintage Turquoise)
    EBMM JP6 (Mystic Dream Fully Loaded)
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    The kool-aid is strong with this one..... Brett posted a new video last night to sell off his strat.....

    fwiw Mr. Burgs, in case you haven't already discovered this, the entire line up of MM guitars share certain features / characteristics. However, each model also offers something unique as well. Definitely something for everyone. As you'll notice on the forum here, most of us own at least a couple of different models while at the same time develop a preference for one.
    I, for example, have realized through trial & effort that the Albert Lee model is the closest thing to the perfect guitar for me. Ergonomics (feel) being one of the most important factors. Even with that, I still have the option of playing my AL's with humbuckers, strat-style single coils, or the ultimate bad-assery of triple MM90's...
    Life is pretty darn great in the EBMM family!!


    ...that's not even mentioning the outstanding customer service.....
    Enjoy Your Balls!!!

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    Welcome Burgs! Great playing and tone. I'm also a Music Man and AxeFx guy. Lethal combo of awesome sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbebop View Post
    The kool-aid is strong with this one..... Brett posted a new video last night to sell off his strat.....

    fwiw Mr. Burgs, in case you haven't already discovered this, the entire line up of MM guitars share certain features / characteristics. However, each model also offers something unique as well. Definitely something for everyone. As you'll notice on the forum here, most of us own at least a couple of different models while at the same time develop a preference for one.
    I, for example, have realized through trial & effort that the Albert Lee model is the closest thing to the perfect guitar for me. Ergonomics (feel) being one of the most important factors. Even with that, I still have the option of playing my AL's with humbuckers, strat-style single coils, or the ultimate bad-assery of triple MM90's...
    Life is pretty darn great in the EBMM family!!


    ...that's not even mentioning the outstanding customer service.....
    That comment just adds insult to injury as I have been hunting an AL mm90 for quite a while. Without any result. Looks like all the guys who own a cool one would rather sell their kids. ..
    AL SSS BFR Pinkburst
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    AL HH PDN 2016 Starry Night
    AL MM90 Black

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrickGlass View Post
    Welcome Burgs! Great playing and tone. I'm also a Music Man and AxeFx guy. Lethal combo of awesome sauce.
    About three weeks ago buddy of mine said he would sell me his Axe/FX II - I've been bugging the crap out of him ever since but he hasn't let go of it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Jason View Post
    That comment just adds insult to injury as I have been hunting an AL mm90 for quite a while. Without any result. Looks like all the guys who own a cool one would rather sell their kids. ..
    Hey! I found one for you!



    Oh wait, yeah - I'm keeping that one. OTOH, I have 3 children, aged 13, 11, & 9. All are in near mint condition and are hard workers.
    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    I have 3 children, aged 13, 11, & 9. All are in near mint condition and are hard workers.
    Usually by the time they hit 13, their work ethic needs serious "reinforcement" to remain in effect - good to hear you're keeping up on them.

    Tell them if they work hard and stay out of trouble, they can grow up to buy Music Man guitars!

    Kevin
    Curator of The Morseum

    Top dollar paid for "First 50" Morses!

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    I, too, am new to MusicMan guitars but I wouldn't be all that surprised to see the hybrids come factory on a floating trem strat-like guitar. I have used hybrid strings for years on my single-coil floating trem guitars for the balance. Heck, Carl Verheyen has a signature set of strings that are designed for floating trem strats that are basically the same as the Slinky Hybrids.


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    ... Oh, and Burgs, you have cost me a great deal $$$ buying gear you've demoed over the years. 😉 Seriously, one of my goto's for YouTube demos for a good while. Glad to see you taking this plunge, too!


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