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@twangsta and eisenbricher

Loved the jumbo Jackson frets. .. The sound had an imbalance towards the lower end. It sucks with tube amp. i will get back and try the rhoads version.
Do you guys have any experience in traveling with your guitar on planes?? My friends say its no problem at all and it fits under 'hand baggage'. But I measured the cabin And its smaller to fit the guitar unless of course I remove the neck from body.
eh, just drop it on the luggage conveyor. Hopefully your case cushions the guitar well then it shouldn't be a problem. But I don't think it'll fit inside cabin. Never tried that.
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Aya, you won't get kc06 here locally... But definitely get the Pistons. Flipkart has it priced the least in world, guaranteed authentic product and delivers super fast in metro cities. My roomie bought one some days ago and I tried it. Great SQ for such low price!!

I had an MH1c...And this is why I am overlooking the Pistons. But if its still a steal, will reconsider.
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Originally Posted by EISENbricher View Post

Aya, you won't get kc06 here locally... But definitely get the Pistons. Flipkart has it priced the least in world, guaranteed authentic product and delivers super fast in metro cities. My roomie bought one some days ago and I tried it. Great SQ for such low price!!
I wonder how I can do that when there is luggage already for check in. Its one per person for check in.
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I got the pistons. They are incredible iems for 800 bucks. They sound terrific out of the box and gets better. If you want to take it to the next level, do the filter mod. The mid bass becomes less and the clarity increases. It's a very noticable difference. I did the mod and am very pleased.

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Do you manage to get a good seal with the Pistons? I got a pair as part of a bundle with my Xiaomi phone months ago and used them for barely an hour. They kept slipping out!
Got the RE600 for everyday use recently and I'm quite pleased with them, would never pay the full retail price though.
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With stock tips, no. I got a good fit with Sony Hybrids. But still the stock pistons are very good addition to the tips inventory. They are the one of the widest bore tips available and may be a very good match for other IEMs. For example my tip rolling for TTPOD T1E finally stopped after getting goods result on piston tips.
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