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#840900
1. Tradesman Overdrive. Fancy boutique thing, sounds really, really great. Tilt EQ, hi and low gain modes, suberb overdrive tone. -$200

2. Encore 335 copy. This is a cheap but functional 335 copy. It originally sounded like a chainsaw, but thanks to a genuine Gibson Burstbucker and new pots with the correct value, it now sounds really good. There is no neck pickup installed at the moment. Guitar could do with a setup and the bridge is not amazing. $400

3. LR Baggs Para DI, fabulous DI box with powerful preamp and EQ for acoustic instruments. $170
#841025
mugamee wrote:Is the tradesman like a tubescreamer?


Kind of yes, kind of no.... the builder told me that he designed it specifically to be less ‘mid humpy’ than a TS, but not a transparent OD like a Timmy. From what I know of the Klon, I’d guess it’s more along those lines - but with a more useful EQ and a high gain mode