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When I got it back they told me the neck was "almost perfect" before they started, it was a little different but I can't say it was a night and...
If you use the right tuning/inonation method, you can get pretty good intonation out of stock saddles but comp. makes life so much easier.
Compared to a couple of '50s necks I played, and the US '52 RI, the MIJ is much more of a soft V at the nut, smoothing out to a C.
The US and...
I have a set in my Tele and love them, not just for the intonation either, they just sound better than the stock brass saddles.
I had my PRS plek'd by Chandler at the old shop to try and cure a dead spot (turned out it wasn't a fret problem)
Although it was a great fret...
My #1 is a CIJ '52 style.
I'm late to the party but this is an awesome and inspiring thread.
Your guitars all turned out great!
In Germany B=Bb and B natural is called H
Very different sounding pedals imo, the OCD has a definite Marshall vibe, while the Zen is more in the Fender/Dumble direction.
Tim can be used like that but it's not at it's best in that application.
It excels at pushing a crunchy amp.
Re: Wayne Krantz
Agree with you on the playing, killer ideas and chops!
These days he's using a Tyler Studio Elite and a Marshall Jubilee....
A big part of why a tube amp feels the way it does is the way the output transformer reacts to the frequencies it's dealing with.
It adds a...
If only that input jack was a *little* bit bigger...
I saw a set the other day for $800 US...
Lighter tuners will change the tone but not necessarily improve it.
The phase coherency doesn't bother you?
My Texas Specials have two leads on the bridge and three on the neck.
Bridge pole pieces are staggered.
I love my Pro Jnr. been using it for yers as my main recording amp (into a 2x12) in preference to my '64 AC30, '74 Twin and '79 Marshall MKII....
I don't know what the hell is going on but so far in my pickup quest I've tried Kinman, Barden and Lollar Special T in my CIJ Tele and I keep...
I find staggered pole pups to be too loud on the D and G strings.
The whole concept of staggering is retro thinking gone mad, they were...
Can't possibly know what you were consider "good" but check out the Kinman, DiMarzio VV and the Suhr SSC system.
Not typical Teles but beautiful all the same,
JG by Johan Gustavsson:
I had a Klein with a solid rosewood neck and no trussrod that was the most stable neck I ever had.
It can be done, if it's done right.