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Ernie Ball Guitars user reviews

  • Ernie Ball Pick Buddy

    Ernie Ball Pick Buddy - "A great tool"

    02/24/16

    For which specific applications or uses do you currently use this product? I use them (I bought 6 :bravo:) both at home and on stage, for guitars and basses. -How long have you used it? One month, more or less. -Have you tested other co…

  • Ernie Ball Cobalt Electric Slinky

    Ernie Ball Cobalt Electric Slinky - "Good, but not great. "

    02/25/13

    I recently had my guitar professionally set up and asked for the new (ish) Ernie Ball Cobalt strings. I have been playing the standard Ernie Ball regular slinky strings for over 10 years. I have typically played .10s, however I had a specific proje…

  • Ernie Ball Nickel Wound Electric Slinky

    Ernie Ball Nickel Wound Electric Slinky - "New Strings Make All the Difference"

    02/25/13

    I have been playing Ernie Ball regular slinky strings for more than 10 years. I typically change the strings on my electric guitar once a month, or even more often if I am recording. Probably the biggest tip I can give someone that is either new to…

  • Ernie Ball 6185 Wah Pedal

    Ernie Ball 6185 Wah Pedal - "Aluminum wah brick"

    08/13/12

    A Wah pedal is a wah pedal, and then again not. They each have their own quirks and this one is cut out of a solid block of aluminum, making it almost unbreakable, even under enormous stress on or off stage. As with all other wah pedals, you get a s…

  • Ernie Ball 6180 VP Jr 250K

    Ernie Ball 6180 VP Jr 250K - "Baby brother"

    08/01/12

    This is a volume pedal. Plain and simple. You don't need editing options, digital conversions, thoughts whether it's best with a tube or a transistor. This is pure analog. You get a 1/4" inputs, output and tuner jack. It says 'Tuner Out' on the pedal…

  • Ernie Ball 6166 250K Mono Volume Pedal for use with Passive Electronics

    Ernie Ball 6166 250K Mono Volume Pedal for use with Pas… - "Volume control by foot!"

    08/01/12

    This is a volume pedal. Plain and simple. You don't need editing options, digital conversions, thoughts whether it's best with a tube or a transistor. This is pure analog. You get a 1/4" inputs, output and tuner jack. It says 'Tuner Out' on the peda…

  • Ernie Ball Cobalt Electric Slinky

    Ernie Ball Cobalt Electric Slinky - "Very nice, made me consider switching"

    05/01/12

    I've used Daddario's for 8 years, just recently switching to daddario coated. I've gone through damn near every brand I can think of and always gone back to daddario. When these cobalts came out I decided to give them a try. My concerns were longe…

  • Ernie Ball 6180 VP Jr 250K

    Ernie Ball 6180 VP Jr 250K - "Nice volume pedal, but I like the Big Boss Version."

    12/23/11

    The VP JR. is a passive volume pedal from Ernie Ball. There are no bells and whistles; there is an input jack to plug your instrument into, an output jack to plug your amplifier into, and an output jack to plug your tuner into. It has a potentiomet…

  • Ernie Ball 6166 250K Mono Volume Pedal for use with Passive Electronics

    Ernie Ball 6166 250K Mono Volume Pedal for use with Pas… - "A sturdy, dependable staple"

    09/02/11

    This unit is simply a Volume pedal, no more, no less. There is no need for computer editing as this is strictly and Audio piece of gear. This is completely analog with a small potentiometer that regulates the volume envelope. This is strictly Anal…

  • Ernie Ball Volume (No reference)

    Ernie Ball Volume (No reference) - nickname009's review

    04/04/11

    This is a volume pedal, one of, it not the most simplest pedal ever made for guitar. It's simply a 250k pot controlled via a string, some pulleys and a spring. This is an older 6166, and by that I mean so old it doesn't even have the model number on …