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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
PostPosted: Sat April 15, 2017 5:46 pm 
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Shecter PT and Hi Watt is the best Ed tone.

Even ed's fender setup in the 94-96 era is better than today. I dont enjoy his tone at all these days.

Team Strat! The Schecter and the 94-96 Tele era are both the frontrunners.

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wease wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
Strat wrote:
Shecter PT and Hi Watt is the best Ed tone.

Even ed's fender setup in the 94-96 era is better than today. I dont enjoy his tone at all these days.

Team Strat! The Schecter and the 94-96 Tele era are both the frontrunners.

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 Post subject: Pearl Jam Gear
PostPosted: Wed January 22, 2020 5:26 am 
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Is there a section to discuss Pearl Jam Gear? Guitars amps etc ?


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gear
PostPosted: Wed January 22, 2020 5:27 am 
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I might get a shirt now.

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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gear
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We have a thread: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=963&p=30923


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
PostPosted: Sat February 15, 2020 10:22 pm 
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Mike Lull, Seattle-based guitar tech and luthier, has passed away.

He made tons of basses for Jeff, including his current custom model.

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https://www.facebook.com/mikelullcustom ... 7114914348

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It is with tremendous sadness that we share that our great leader and company’s founder, Mike Lull, unexpectedly passed away on the 12th of February, 2020.

Mike was a visionary and inspiration for the Music community, and he left his indelible mark on every instrument he ever touched and every customer he ever helped. In fact, Mike never considered anyone “customers”, they were all his friends.

Mike’s dedicated staff and family will be carrying on his legacy as this is what Mike wanted.

If you would like to send your condolences, feel free to reach out at mike@mikelull.com or stop by the shop at any time.


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
PostPosted: Wed January 13, 2021 7:51 am 
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https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/31256-fender-unveils-new-signature-models-from-mike-mccready-jason-isbell-chrissie-hynde-and-more

Mike McCready 1960 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster ($15,000 USD, £13,399, €14,999, $21,999 AUD, ¥1,750,000 JPY)

In this first-time collaboration between Fender and Pearl Jam’s lead guitarist Mike McCready, the Fender Custom Shop is honored to re-create this incredible instrument in exact detail, and in doing so a long held secret about the guitar’s lineage was forced to be revealed to its owner: the Strat was actually constructed in 1960, not 1959 as had long been believed. For this limited 60-piece Masterbuilt run, the Custom Shop’s Vincent Van Trigt carefully disassembled the guitar in order to note and measure every detail, curve and scratch - and there are plenty of scratches, thanks to McCready’s exuberant style! The recreation features an ultimate Relic lacquer finish on a two-piece select alder body; a flat-sawn flame maple neck with a 1960 “oval C” profile; and a flat-lam rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage frets. Custom Josefina hand-wound pickups matched to the originals are connected to a five-way switch and vintage wiring, including a “treble bleed” tone capacitor. Other features include a three-ply vinyl pickguard, vintage-style synchronized tremolo with Callaham bridge block, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut, and wing string tree with metal spacer. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap, polishing cloth, McCready case candy kit and certificate of authenticity. Available February 2021.

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There's going to at least a few Pearl Jam fans dumb (and rich) enough to buy this, isn't there?

Good grief.


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
PostPosted: Wed January 13, 2021 12:32 pm 
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Birds in Hell wrote:
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https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/31256-fender-unveils-new-signature-models-from-mike-mccready-jason-isbell-chrissie-hynde-and-more

Mike McCready 1960 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster ($15,000 USD, £13,399, €14,999, $21,999 AUD, ¥1,750,000 JPY)

In this first-time collaboration between Fender and Pearl Jam’s lead guitarist Mike McCready, the Fender Custom Shop is honored to re-create this incredible instrument in exact detail, and in doing so a long held secret about the guitar’s lineage was forced to be revealed to its owner: the Strat was actually constructed in 1960, not 1959 as had long been believed. For this limited 60-piece Masterbuilt run, the Custom Shop’s Vincent Van Trigt carefully disassembled the guitar in order to note and measure every detail, curve and scratch - and there are plenty of scratches, thanks to McCready’s exuberant style! The recreation features an ultimate Relic lacquer finish on a two-piece select alder body; a flat-sawn flame maple neck with a 1960 “oval C” profile; and a flat-lam rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage frets. Custom Josefina hand-wound pickups matched to the originals are connected to a five-way switch and vintage wiring, including a “treble bleed” tone capacitor. Other features include a three-ply vinyl pickguard, vintage-style synchronized tremolo with Callaham bridge block, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut, and wing string tree with metal spacer. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap, polishing cloth, McCready case candy kit and certificate of authenticity. Available February 2021.

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There's going to at least a few Pearl Jam fans dumb (and rich) enough to buy this, isn't there?

Good grief.


Eek. At first glance I thought maybe they were auctioning this thing off. Why in the hell is thing priced so goddamn high.


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
PostPosted: Fri January 15, 2021 11:26 pm 
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One thing that fascinates me is that despite having fretless bass guitars, Jeff also uses uprights. I wonder what the attraction is.

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PostPosted: Fri January 15, 2021 11:29 pm 
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Let's all laugh at Rangers wrote:
One thing that fascinates me is that despite having fretless bass guitars, Jeff also uses uprights. I wonder what the attraction is.


im sure its the sound.

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Let's all laugh at Rangers wrote:
One thing that fascinates me is that despite having fretless bass guitars, Jeff also uses uprights. I wonder what the attraction is.

It’s the wooly sustain


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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
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it allows him a few minutes to rest his haunches mid-set

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 Post subject: Re: Pearl Jam Gearhead Thread
PostPosted: Sat January 16, 2021 2:16 pm 
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It makes sense, just listening to the bass lines. NAIS for example, has a lot of long notes. It fascinates me as someone who has guitar, bass and is just starting to get my slide up. The whole slide-on-a-fretless issue deserves a thread of its own. I guess if your fingertips are done for the day...

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PostPosted: Sat January 16, 2021 3:11 pm 
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Strat wrote:
Birds in Hell wrote:
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https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/31256-fender-unveils-new-signature-models-from-mike-mccready-jason-isbell-chrissie-hynde-and-more

Mike McCready 1960 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster ($15,000 USD, £13,399, €14,999, $21,999 AUD, ¥1,750,000 JPY)

In this first-time collaboration between Fender and Pearl Jam’s lead guitarist Mike McCready, the Fender Custom Shop is honored to re-create this incredible instrument in exact detail, and in doing so a long held secret about the guitar’s lineage was forced to be revealed to its owner: the Strat was actually constructed in 1960, not 1959 as had long been believed. For this limited 60-piece Masterbuilt run, the Custom Shop’s Vincent Van Trigt carefully disassembled the guitar in order to note and measure every detail, curve and scratch - and there are plenty of scratches, thanks to McCready’s exuberant style! The recreation features an ultimate Relic lacquer finish on a two-piece select alder body; a flat-sawn flame maple neck with a 1960 “oval C” profile; and a flat-lam rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage frets. Custom Josefina hand-wound pickups matched to the originals are connected to a five-way switch and vintage wiring, including a “treble bleed” tone capacitor. Other features include a three-ply vinyl pickguard, vintage-style synchronized tremolo with Callaham bridge block, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut, and wing string tree with metal spacer. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap, polishing cloth, McCready case candy kit and certificate of authenticity. Available February 2021.

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There's going to at least a few Pearl Jam fans dumb (and rich) enough to buy this, isn't there?

Good grief.


Eek. At first glance I thought maybe they were auctioning this thing off. Why in the hell is thing priced so goddamn high.

Because they know Theo Epstein will pay that much?

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