Question about pickup magnet diameter and flatwork

TenaciousP

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You can bet someone has.. it's just that guys rarely start a thread about how they screwed the pooch on some bone headed idea in the first place idea...

Like, " I sawed the neck off an old LP and nailed it onto my Squire Tele.. but I used glue too, so it's a set neck... now the actions making it buzz and rattle.. and I'm not sure how to set the intonation. I leveled the frets with my carpenter's level, by propping up the headstock until the bubble was in the middle... but I don't see how that does anything for the thing,. But it is very lightweight and resonant... sounds like a Hornet's nest when I strum it unplugged."

Ha Ha! :lol: Ok. You’ve officially made me feel dumb for posting this question. But that’s cool. I’ve gotten some good laughs from it!
 

Ronkirn

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Sorry I didn't mean to make ya feel that way... I was just suggesting that it doesn't matter what level of lunacy someone may think has never been tried.... you can bet that it has.. it's just no one want's to mention it...
 




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