Black Dahlia -vs- Meathead Darks

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Post by molokaio »

Dude! :badlove: :drool2:

Loving the pics! But man, knowing pretty good the Mh world... I can even hear these sound from the screen!
Nice read! :crackjam:
Go get that B& G now!!! :cthulhu2:
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nice knobs
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Seriously beautiful stuff there man. And I always love seeing all the different knobs you throw onto them. It always makes me want to go on a spending spree and re-do all of my pedals with the craziest looking knobs I can find. :hihi:

But I have to agree, that after all of my adventures with fuzz pedals that the Meathead is the one that speaks to me the most. Everything from the half cocked wah sounds with the volume rolled back. To the sheer power it displays when the the volume knob is cranked. It's everything I love about distortion/fuzz in a simple little package. :badlove:

So is there any chance the Captain will ever do another run of Black and golds? Or something akin to your Slo-modded Meat? The idea of "MK I-style decay" mixed into a Meathead, really has my attention.
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You might wanna think about cremation, D! :hihi:
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Not being named Crowley should help too...
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Heavy! Them's some tight snaps there, sir!! :badlove:
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:errr: :paranoid: :errr:

that is pure sweetness my man, glad you managed to get the b&G is my fave Mh so far! Kicks some serious ass and is perfectly balanced!

ps: what cards are those.. they look damn cool!
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Post by worldcatalyst »

Black and gold threesome. :badlove:

So D, what is your initial impression of the new B&G?
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These knobs are awesome :freakout:
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The Meathead Dark seems pretty great. I may need to check one out down the road.
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Post by smogfalls »

wow, great pictures. I'm so pissed off that I missed those black n' gold dark Meats :bangs head:

Would love to hear a comparison :cheers:

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