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No, not Custom Shop.
An American Pro. II would be nice! :)
Just do it!! I won one year, and if I can, anyone can!
I doubt very much if I'll switch my 60th Anniversary for a 70th.
I am saddened and shocked today. Godspeed Joel.
How I like to do mine.
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I think/ hope that he used a crocodile clip on the meter lead to contact the wire where it meets the pot.
When I saw the switch photo, I knew immediately that it was a "blend control." You can see the resistor on the side of the switch, but more than...
Here's a pic of the Broadcaster.
Brilliant. I love your Nocaster! It will be special, and I know because I have one of the 60 Broadcasters from that same series. :)
I suggest that your best bet to get info is to email [email protected] with the details of the guitar.
Having another go!
Interesting saddles too.
This link is for retired models, and 2014 is listed.
My feeling about the black "Nocaster" is that it is a partscaster. Non original case is also a clue, and finally, while it does say "Nocaster" on...
There's the NAMM show one hanging with her buddies! From one of my photos.
You may be seeing the infamous "Router hump" which is correct for that period! The CS does it very accurately.
If you mean the little ledge along the side of the neck pocket, this is how it would have been in '52, and the CS has got the very same detail....
Here's a bit of the history of that guitar. You need to scroll down a bit to get the details. Courtesy of scottymoore.com....
Pretty guitar. Looking a lot like my '62 Custom, though it wasn't a Wildwood 10, but a similar run done by Coda Music in the UK. 10 radius, slab...
20 year old relic. Hasn't changed any.
The thick black paint in the cavities may be conductive shielding paint, and also the pickups are connected by screened wire, so somebody tried to...