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I made myself one in 1992, still using it today. Cost me a dollar.
Yes, that's always tricky. I would try to attach the ground wires to the pot closest to the F-hole, you may be able to get it out without having...
The metal cases for Dynasonics are usually not grounded, you could benefit by adding a wire from the case of each pickup a ground point in the...
I think the Tech 21 US Steel will do that, if you can find one used.
Looks like a paper in oil capacitor, not sure of the brand.
Here are a couple more that I don't think have been mentioned yet: Black Mountain, Wolf Parade
I might have missed them reading through the pages, but I don't think The Sadies have been mentioned yet.
Frankly I don't see why you need to use an attenuator with a solid state amp, but I don't think it would do any harm.
I have an octave mandolin, even more fun.
I don't see any other way than getting a bluetooth transmitter to plug into the headphone jack of your amp. You could also just get an extension...
I think the Twin is more commonly referred to as a back breaker
Sorry about my earlier comment, it's not one of my favorite bridges. We need a bit more info to be able to help. Is it for a B5 or B16? If it's...
I wouldn't bother, one of the worst bridge designs ever created.
As far as I know there are only 3 basic types: Filtertrons, Dynasonics and Hilotrons, the others are just variations on those.
Plus a bunch of VSTis
You could get the type with the brass pin mount, this way you don't have to drill any holes.
I had the P90 sized versions in a guitar a while back. I am not a fan of the sound. They don't sound like traditional pickups, they have a more...
I have one of the baritone models. It's almost impossible to find affordable baritone acoustics, but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. It's...
I have Dynasonics in my Gretsch and they do sound different if you raise the whole pickup closer to the strings as opposed to just raising the...
The Orpheus fuzz:
Check out videos of Kenny Vaughan, he uses flatwound strings, sounds pretty good to me.
I vote for Ian Thornley
Chris Whitley. Maybe not from just one note, but definitely a distinctive style.
Those are always tricky because the covers absorb a lot of the heat. 15 watts won't do it. I'd probably try the bigger gun, the trick is to heat...