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Boris, Japanese band named after a song by the Melvins.
These guys have a 3 string pickup:...
Lug 1 is connected to ground, so if one side of the switch is connected to ground instead of lug 3 it means one side of the caps will be connected...
The schematic you linked to shows the switch connected between lugs 3 and 2 of the L pad, not 1 and 2 as in your picture above. Did you maybe...
It's hard to say because we can't see if they're using any other equipment, but you could probably get close using something like the Electro...
There are a few tracks on the first disc of the West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology box set.
Yes, no problem. A 5751 will have a bit less gain.
I believe Albert Collins played in an open minor tuning.
I would be tempted to take it out and install it on the surface, if there is room between the top and the strings. That would get it closer to the...
It looks interesting, I might just try this on a breadboard to see what it sounds like. Input buffer transistor, Q2 is a PNP transistor.
You could look into getting one of those armrests for acoustic guitars. I've never tried one myself, but they're out there.
Sorry, it's been several years so I don't remember exactly. I don't even remember what amp I was using at the time.
I had one for a while. If you like the lead and crunch channels on Peavey Transtube amps you'll like it, that's basically what it is.
The first 2 caps are the same value, 0.047uF (473), the next one is 0.022uF (223) and the last one is 0.1uF (104)
I used to have a Univibe and Tremolo pedal that I built myself. I sure could get some interesting sounds when running the vibe into the trem, each...
Most of the Gibson archtop models are laminated tops, as far as I know.
You say you have a Zero Glide nut, just use a slightly taller zero frets instead of the one that's on there and see if that fixes the problem.
Yes, that's right. You would just wire the second pickup to the other 2 poles, as if it were a separate switch, the same way as the first pickup....
You could do the series/parallel switching for both pickups with a 4 pole switch instead of the one you have there, I think. Use 2 poles for 1...
The coldest I've ever experienced is about -58 C (without windchill), December 1985 if I remember correctly.
It looks like some version of the Godin Acousticaster guitar.
Here's a pic:
I'm not a fan myself, but some people like them.
I wonder if you could use the current pickup covers and baseplates, take the guts out and just put the replacement pickups inside, assuming the...
I think 9.5" is more common on modern Fender type instruments these days.
It's a dual gang pot, it could be wired to control stereo volume or to pan between two sources, and other things as well.