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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Phrasemaker, Oct 2, 2016.
Sure, something like this.
I've a partscaster that has a small degree of nick dive in the the guitar. My wife has these type of wrist weights (unbranded don;t know what they are) and using one of those at the body end of the strap corrects it completely. Just luck in terms of weight!
The other thing that works pretty well for minor neck dive is a suede-backed strap that grips your shoulder. that works too, but pulls your clothes a bit so less good for the stage look if you're concerned about that. Levys does a really good one.
OK got it.
I might have some ankle wrist somewhere... Will Try !
Kirn with no f-hole.
I forgot to mention scuba diving weights. I've got a pal with a neck dive bass and he threads one of these (or similar) into his strap and it balances perfectly. dead cheap too.
That s riskier as the guitar could be easily damaged...
how is this a thinline? is it hollow?
Which sounds better, I take it both have TV Classic pups in?
Here is a James Trussart.
Lovely. Deluxe Steeltopcaster?
Wow, I love that red flame.
Yes. It just doesn't have an F-hole.
What pickups are in there?
Here's my completely original WRHB Mk 2 1973
Haeussel '59 in the neck and Haeussel custom wind TE Broad in bridge.
Good question. Solid body has the TV Jones pickups but the Thinline has genuine FilterTrons. They sound different. FilterTrons have more treble bite and TV Jones Classics are warmer.
Here's the only picture I had handy: 90's RI '69 Thinline. Broadcaster bridge pickup, added Bigsby via vibramate kit.
I got this for my 16th birthday. It's been my only guitar for 8 years.
my mjt cab build
These are my Thinline home builds.