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I’m certainly getting my money’s worth. Well 40% anyway...
I am Mr. Robert Dogbey. a banker by profession, worked with First Gulf Bank...
Let’s not go crazy here... the locking Hipshot are nice but I still prefer the split Kluson type by a wide margin.
I quit almost 16 years ago, I didn’t keep track of the exact date.
I have never had a complaint with the strat volume knob, I love the position of it, I just dont need so many tone knobs...
Yeah it’s not just flipping the plate.
Volume pot, tone pot, then switch forward neck, rear bridge and however many middle positions you have...
I had to extend some wires, and change the tone cap configuration on the Fender to flip it, but on the G&L the wires were long enough to flip it...
I didn’t need them, but I switched to Hipshot open back lockers. I like em.
Generally I prefer the split Kluson type. I bought the Hipshot...
I haven’t had any issues with the switch on a tele being in the way, but having the volume closer sounds like a plus.
So I’m keeping my G&L...
Uncovered pickups on a Gibson look low class.
This was my only electric for about 15 years, but it was just a guitar.
This one really made me appreciate strats.
The “off topic” forum must be about music!
PRS Silver Sky
Let’s wait to hear how being a moderator is a thankless job blah blah blah...
I paid to be a member here, and I’m not asking for things to be...
Asian spammers are ok, but don’t you dare make a joke!
Pink and Lake Placid/Pelham Blue are my favorite colors.
Partscasters make me happy.
It’s been done before and I haven’t tried it myself, but I don’t think it would balance well.
Maybe if you had a very hot neck pickup it would be...
Just mount the pickup to the wood underneath the pickguard.
It needs to be more roadworn.