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I have #1056
Hijacked account obviously. If something is too good to be true; it usually is.
Yes, you're right. We all want to emulate our heros especially when starting out.
What do you guys think of the zirconia markers? Do they not bug your thumb when you move up and down the neck while playing?
Try raising the neck pickup and then fine tune the balance by lowering the bridge pickup if needed.
Excellent! But my name is Freddy!:lol:
That one looks to be in fantastic shape! :shock:
No offence but I disagree with a couple of your points ..
With respect to SRV or Clapton starting any vintage demand .. that demand started WAY...
Except that this is not a PAF pickup; It's a pat # pickup.
I have a '94 Danny Gatton Tele with that same CS logo at the back of the headstock.
The original studio version of "Reelin in The Years" was done by Elliot Randall on a Strat I believe through a compressor pedal.
An Esquire for Steppenwolf's Born to Be Wild
Agreed. Those bridge pickups are my personal favorite.
I've had some great times with these two blondes! One is on ebay.
Stay away from Guitar Jones. They sent me wrong parts and then never sent me anything back after I returned the parts.
Hi Tony, No, I have not tried the Fralins so I can't comment on them.
Maybe the new ones are A3 - I have not checked them out, but I have checked out in detail one of my 3 Cunetto era bridge pickups and the magnets...
They are A5 magnets in those. Not sure how the A3 myth started.
That's probably a Cunetto era bridge pickup. They are fantastic pickups.
Yes, the couple I tried, although cheap ones, compressed the signal and lost some bottom end ... and randomly made some farting noises ... well...
Great job! Where did you get those Ric-type toaster covers?
I have a '67 and a '69 Bassmaster and they require quite a bit more than the volume pot mods to get them to sound like the great classic early...
I love JBLs too. I have repeatedly A/B'd them with other speakers and always prefer my JBL's. I have 2 of the E-120s which are ceramic I believe;...
I play through a Boogie 2C+ driving 2 single 12" JBL cabinets; one on my side and one on the other side of the stage. Having two cabinets on...
I think the correct answer to that question is "it depends". Amp guru Kevin O'Conner says that some "British" output transformers are/were not...