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WinterOrb

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  1. For you "fanbois" buy an Ultra 2, still under warranty, and see if Epiphone fixes the noise bleed. lol. To me I don't like to buy broken stuff, but if you're OK with a company selling you crap... by all means carry on. Logically do you think their products are going to get better if they know you'll buy broken crap and like it? Flame me all you want on that, I'm older than 5 years and know I'm right. If you buy something NEW and like to throw more money at it to make it work the way it should have to begin with... you're just stupid. Oh, and if you're this person have I got some a
  2. I sold it at a major loss, but at least I got something for that worthless chunk of kindling. Nat, anyone who owns an Ultra 2 has the same problem. I had a few stores and the Canadian distributor test multiple Ultra 2's and now L&M is practically giving them away across the country as a result. To anyone thinking about buying a Les Paul Ultra 2, please be aware of this problem.
  3. Anyone owning an LP Ultra II needs to be aware that their guitar comes broken by default. Because of the faulty wiring there is a terrible noise bleed rendering the toggle switch pretty much useless. The rhythm pickup will bleed into the Treble pickup and vice-versa. This problem is most noticeable when there is any kind of distortion turned on. If you are the unfortunate owner of an Epiphone Ultra 2 and want to test this out for yourselves follow these simple steps. Make sure you're running in mono mode. 1: Set the toggle switch to TREBLE 2: Turn the RHYTHM VOLUME to 10 3: R
  4. I brought it into the shop with 2 days left on my warranty (thank god) and yeah, there is a problem with the guitar. It's now off to get fixed. Thanks for the help!
  5. Alright, thanks for the help! I'm gonna take it to the shop and see what they say.
  6. Ok, I'll try to clarify a bit... lol Jacks:----nanomag...............magnetic ...................|.............................| ................Cable1....................Cable2 ...................|.............................| ...................|.............................| ...............amp1.......................amp2 This is how I setup. No switches. If I turn the volume on at amp1 and I turn the volume off at amp2, the nanomag should be the only thing working on amp1 correct? example: 1: Turn the volume(not the power) on amp2 off. 2: Set the volume on the nanomag
  7. Thanks so much for responding! Here's how I setup. I have 2 amps just kicking around I set 1 to clear and set the other to crunch. I plug the "magnetic" jack into the crunch amp and the nanomag into the clear amp. My understanding is, with that setting the clear amp should only be picking up the nanomag and nothing else. When I run this setup the magnetic pickups are still working under the nanomag jack. How will a switch change that so I can get only the nanomag and not all pickups at once. Currently when I plug only 1 amp into the nanomag jack I still get all pickups. Is that w
  8. I have a LP ultra II and was wondering about the stereo output. If i'm running in stereo mode am I able to isolate the nanomag? Here's my problem, When I run in stereo mode and I turn the sound off on the amp that's going to my magnetic jack and I have my other amp set to acoustic and plugged into the nanomag jack I'm still able to hear the magnetic pickups. My understanding is that when I'm running in stereo mode I should be able to isolate the nanomag and not hear the magnetic pickups at all unless I use a switch to jump to the amp that is jacked into the magnetic jack. (Is thi
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