As previously mentioned below, looks like "The Michigan" guitars were made in E Germany and imported to the UK, ironically having nothing to do with Michigan. At that time, Gibson's factory was in Kalamazoo Michigan. Gibson left Kalamazoo eventually, but the employees of the Kalamazoo factory started their own company, "The Heritage", which many say is what one should get if they want a Gibson with the quality they used to be famous for. I live near Kzoo, it's pretty cool stuff!
Haters gonna hate, but I say that amp sounded awesome! Can't wait for November, thanks for all your hard work TK!
More amps in one stack than I own! Looks great!
Great demo, and I mean really great. Tones, recording, licks, the whole 9.
Great vid! Thanks for including 5881's.
YESSSSS one man making the prequels and they SUCKED SO MUCH. Had no feel of the originals, they should've gotten a big crew together and made them very close to the way they made the originals. All the CGI bullshit made them look way too futuristic compared to IV-VI, and personally, I thought the original special effects were way more believable than the CGI stuff. You can just tell it's digital.
Gibson sounded bloated, dark, and had poor note definition... Just my .02, the LP did have some moments but if I was counting on something to cut through a band mix it'd be the PRS all day
Yikes... you hear those two guitars unplugged and this contest is over before it even begins
Wow, what a nice guy!