Mesa Boogie John Petrucci JP-2C Signature Model Amp

John Petrucci JP-2C Signature Model Amp by Mesa Boogie

The new Mesa Boogie John Petrucci JP-2C Signature Model Amp​ has a selectable 100/60-watt power output via 6L6 and 12AX7 power and preamp tubes. The Mesa JP-2C includes up three independent channels with five modes, from clean to lead and shred, via the versatile controls such as pull gain boosts and 2 x five-band graphic EQs which is a first for Mesa. New features include a CabClone cabinet simulator output with multiple voices, while a buffered valve effects loop and all-valve spring reverb are also included. Also the Mesa Boogie John Petrucci JP-2C Signature Model Amp​ is MIDI switchable/programmable. This JP-2C ​amp was released on the heals of the Mark V 25 and the Mark V 35. 

2 Band Tone Control With 2 Humbuckers


The 2 Band Tone Control wiring scheme with 2 Humbuckers is inspired by G&L Guitars. Features 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone or (treble cut) and 1 x Tone (bass cut). Works great to decrease the bass frequencies in humbuckers to give you more single coil like tones. The Bass cut also has a big effect on overdrive and distortion pedals by making them more focused sounding. The Treble cut works just like a any tone control by cutting treble. Try this wiring scheme before you change your pickups you will be surprised by the cool new tones you can get.

Which Guitar Scale Length Do You Prefer

Which Guitar Scale Length Do You Prefer? Fender 25.5" Gibson 24.75" or PRS 25". I know there's more sacle lengths but these seen to be the most popular. I prefer Fender full scale of 25.5.

Basswood or Poplar

I want to take a stab at building a guitar body. The prices for basswood and polar guitar blanks are cheaper then ash, alder etc. Which wood you choose. Thx.

Guitar Pedal Mounting Options

Using Bike Chain Links/Plates to Mount Guitar Pedals

If your a gigging guitarist you know how important it is to have a sturdy, neatly designed pedal board, with your pedals mounted securely. Nothing worse then having your pedals getting beat up coming off the pedal board, or having the glue from the Velcro all over your board and pedals. Over the years I've used industrial strength Velcro, heavy duty wire ties, threaded L brackets and even corner brackets.

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