Jan and Dean stuff might throw you a curveball. @Marc Morfei ’s suggestion to check Ultimate Guitar is an excellent idea.
Pro tip: spring for the pro version, since your singer changes key from the original. Transposition is included with the pro version.
Warning: Do not assume Chordie or...
I bought a Steinberger Spirit GT-Pro (HSH) a long time ago as a travel guitar. Loved the feel, but getting the pickups’ heights right to make it sound decent was a bear. Always wanted to put active EMGs in it to make it sound like a “real Steinberger”. Too much cost, work, and aggravation; I...
My 2020 BSB Affinity Tele is shown on Fender’s website as having a alder body.
I’ve seen you post this same thing in two threads today. What basis do you have for this contention?
@Jefferson Candido, what year was your Affinity Tele made?
That’s usually a “volume box”, used in an effects loop, typically on a solid state amp. It uses a pot to reduce the preamp’s signal to the power amp. It doesn’t control the signal to the speaker or the OT, as many attenuators do.
Yes, the digital mixers predominate now, for some good reasons:
- Virtual faders work similarly to analog faders, with less maintenance. Fewer moving parts.
- Individual monitor mixes are easier to accomplish. Additionally, IEMs are, accordingly, easier to implement.
- If the band plays...
If you’re going for Fender Strat pickups, my favorites are the CS ‘69 set and the CS Fat ‘50s set.
However, my favorite Strat pickups are a CS ‘69 neck paired with CS Fat ‘50s middle and bridge. My black MIM Strat has this combination. My white MIM Strat has the CS ‘69 set.
Have played both...
I prefer locking tuners. I’ve installed them in most of my Fender-type guitars. I did it because of faster string changes and no worries about how the string wraps are done. Since I’ve had carpal tunnel surgery on both hands, my fine motor control isn’t as good as it used to be.