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Ric used a .0047uF as a bass blocking capacitor on the bass bridge pickup. On more recent models it's on a push-pull switch, optional.
I'm sorry it isn't real.
We have lots of amazing photos that are real, so it's ok.
Yes, even if it doesn't look as neat, leave a little slack in the component leads.
@_MementoMori_ , I think it's a little depressing.
Google "Kelo decision" if you aren't familiar with it. Kinda broke my heart, part of it, permanently.
Math and English are, you know, anyway, so all of you need to "check it".
Then move the saddle.
If the saddle is moved toward/away from the nut, the fretted note at the 12th fret is sharpened/flatted twice as...
@Allan Allan, two posts above, is right.
(And the above post too.)
If you answer the phone you're "a live one" and get tagged.
I knew him.
I guess the old expression "what you own, owns you" would fit in this thread.
Also "stare into the abyss (of your pile of possessions) long...
@ping-ping-clicka = poetry
some others here = trolls
There's no tonewood debate in the provided links.
It quotes some people as saying that wood matters, and does not question that.
I wasn't a Fender guy, and the "strat" I had was a very cheap clone, but while fishing around for tone I connected neck and bridge and thought it...
So who can we pay to obtain these things?
(No, I don't want to buy one; I was just trying to prompt someone to answer the original question.)
I liked his late night radio show for the quality of the guests/conversation, and I don't remember it bothering me, if you understand me.
Marcus Nalgaber is an artist, and I like him.
Some people are making a little money off of the flat earth thing and many more people are making a lot more money talking about a lot of other...
Many people have made careers out of exposing other people's nonsense, but the gravity of this activity varies greatly, from the tabloid satirist...
In the human experience there is a great spectrum of nonsense. It stretches from things that almost noone believes, to things that millions...
Regret that I can't give my honest reply to the original poster.
Post #19. It's beautiful, thank you! I had heard of it but never tried it.
It is possible that the higher crown makes the neck more rigid, all else equal, and so less likely to have dead spots/weak-tone areas.
I'd like my pasta salad with ribeye steak please. Hold the pasta and all that other stuff.
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