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I have a couple of guitars wired with a 4 position rotary switch instead of a tone pot. I like it, it works well for me but you need to find the...
You can find a lot of free plugins here:
I would attach it to the tailpiece.
if the strings are already grounded at the bridge, it's not necessary.
Here's a few options of the top of my head:
Yes, there's Stratosphere: https://stratosphereparts.com/
They are also on Reverb and Ebay I think.
Not just a guitar missing 2 strings. Tenor guitars are a completely different instrument with a different scale length and tuning, and a lot of...
It also depends on what model of Bigsby you want to install. With a B5 you don't need a shim, but you will need one if you want to install a B16.
Check out Reaper. Not free but you can basically use it for free forever.
Possibly some Bill Lawrence pickups? Hard to tell from that photo. Check out this thread:...
Check out Solo Music Gear. Same kits as everyone else, but they are based in Canada:
I would suggest installing sockets for the transistors, then you can try them out and select the ones that sound best to you.
Looking at the schematic, they have a trimpot on the board to adjust the bias for the second transistor, so you might be ok with silicon or...
I'll put in another vote for Gordie Johnson and Big Sugar
Some of those Chinese J201s are fakes, I would stay away.
I agree it sounds like a Fuzzrite, or maybe an Ampeg Scrambler.
I'm no expert, but the wear at the end of the fretboard near the neck pickup looks really fake to me. How would that even happen?
I wonder if she would have complained if instead you showed up to play violin with a Stradivarius?
Take your unplugged guitar and pick near the bridge, and then pick near the neck. Compare the difference in sound, and there's your answer.
You should try an Alembic Stratoblaster: http://www.generalguitargadgets.com/effects-projects/boosters/stratoblaster-booster/
It's a simple and...
Here are two of my favorites that I don't think have been mentioned yet: Chris Whitley and Daniel Lanois
I use 500K pots with every type of pickup.