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I tried many saddles before opting for the Callaham vintage compensated. For all a patent pend. bridgeplate costs, buy one.
+1 for James' solo in Hello Mary Lou. Also Albert Lee's Country Boy.
2 pickup Tele; I use the Strat for 3.
Read Mad magazine in the late '50s and loved it.
+1 works well without reverting to glue.
His 51/52 Lion is spot on. He knows what he is doing!
I have the Rutters Nocaster knobs. Not too domed, not too flat and made of brass which feels good.
One of my all-time favorites. A very talented lady indeed.
Yes, Rob's the man!
Very informative thread - thanks guys.
Cavalier 51/52 is my number one and the Fender OV is a close second.
Here's the Tokai Registry website http://www.tokairegistry.com/ and forum
Have you looked here http://www.jacksinstrumentservices.com/custom-scratchplate-cutting.html
That is one beautiful guitar - enjoy!!!
My friend has a white one like that above. Nice acoustic sounds. His strings are D'Addario EXL115w
11, 14, 21w, 28, 38, 49.
Ooooo!!! So nice - enjoy. Can you describe how she sounds?
Thanks, I appreciate what it takes to run this for us.
I've had a 51/52 installed for exactly a year now and still lovin' it. As it's lightly potted, I love the slightly microphonic click when you...
Why not replace your tone pot with a no-load tone pot? Same value as ordinary tone pot but with the option of removing tone pot from circuit....
Love it well done gio19.
I love the neck pickup (nickel cover) and its distinctive sound. It's great on its own - quite jazzy at times - but when combined with the bridge...
An old suggestion on this forum to solve the problem of switch tips falling off, is to make indentations on the side of the switch lever with...