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That wood block is a great idea, patent it and make some money!
I'd buy some.
+1 on pots and caps
There are lots of wiring diagrams online, the fender switches are easy to wire
I have done it on a few builds - I wired the middle tone control to...
If I tried, I could make my'72 sound that bad --- but I won't
A small piece of wire soldered on the switch will give you tone control for both the middle and bridge pup no more 'ice pick'
I like Zepfan's...
Yes, still getting the old "500 Internal Server Error"
Try some vintage 65' pickups or something, or yeah a squier or mim would be an upgrade - I had one a while ago but didn't like the neck either...I...
And I thought it was going to have holes in it like the cheese
That looks great! I never thought of black and tortoise.......ya got me thinkin
I use them all.....depends on what is needed at the time.
Most of my Strats are HHS - giving me some very interesting sounds
playing like a cloud = " 'scuse me while I kiss the sky"
Looks great, I'd put aged white plastics on it when it yellows some....
Some 57/62's will fix that sound!!
Yup, still doing it -- "500 internal service error"
Sounds to me like you need another Tele and Strat for just such an occasion
+1 on an MIM -- put a full size block if it is an older one....newer ones already have one and better pots and switch, then swap pickups to...
+1 on the Switchcraft - I replaced all of the cheap ones on my guitars.
Squiers are great for the money, not like it was in the 60s & 70s, though now I wish I'd kept some of those gold foil pickups - see how much...
+1 on 57/62s
I am a lefty, so yes - it is the only one that feels different since I have been playing upside down strats since day 1 - that lefty makes me have...
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Cool design, I bet it would look made of leather (with your matching pistol holster)
Nice lefty there, happy NGD
I don't know must be the humidity there --- what about putting a light coating of clear nail polish on them ?
Is that meant for you to play when you're visiting or for your dad?
Kidding aside, great job -