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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by BritishBluesBoy, Mar 9, 2013.
how in the world are those held in place?
Gravity?......LOL. They're actually lying on our living room floor with the photo taken from above.
The latest addition:
i figured it was something like that but it looked like they were hovering slightly above... I guess it's just me. cheers
Yeah, upon looking at the photo myself, I can certainly see how it might appear to be something other than a floor, especially with window lighting coming from one side and indoor lighting from above.
Another MJT black Esquire. 6 1/2 lbs. with an ash body and aged Allparts TMO-C neck. Need to find the right pickup. Not sure if I want a tapped bridge or the traditional wiring.
Oh man. I like this. We need details. What’s the third knob for? And what kind of pick ups?
Glad you like it! I kind of like it myself. It's a pretty fun little guitar!
*Used Warmoth body picked up on TGP about a week ago
*Wolfetone "Mean" P90s in both positions
*Gotoh vintage tuners
I just happened to have all the parts on hand, so I just needed a body to put it all together. When this one popped up on TGP, I grabbed it. Regarding knobs, each pickup has its own volume control, and the tone control is connected to the bridge pickup only. I had to use a mini pot on the tone control to have enough room in the cavity.
Nice! Sorta like mine on the page before.
Here's what I been workin' on.
Pawn shop rescue one piece SICK flamed aftermarket 12 radius V neck and what appears to be an old Highway One body I bought as a basket case at the shop i work in. Electronics are an Alnico II Pro set from Duncan and a locally built wiring harness with CTS pots paper in oil cap Switchcraft Switch and Jack plus USA Fender saddles and Kuson tuners.
I think this is my favourite thread on the whole forum!
I'm itching to post my partscaster, but she's not quite finished yet...
Soon thou... Soon!!
That is a beautiful instrument!
Just a bit more soldering to do and she's done. Meet Eva.
What’s the pups and set up like on her, and how does she sound
Not sure how Eva sounds yet but, she has a lineage.
Wal-E sounds thusly:
Koal sounds like this:
The pickups work like this:
Yes, epoxy inlays. I had to sell it before it was done. I have a sad.
Repurposed oak on pine.
This is mine, recently finished...
Now in the shop getting a new nut and a full setup...
With makeshift pickguard...
Starting to take shape...
The finish process...
Still haven’t heard her plugged in as the amp I’m building doesn’t work yet... But soon I hope!!
Looks good, buddy. I know you worked hard on this one. I was following your thread for quite some time.