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Discussion in 'Just Pickups' started by 24 track, Jan 25, 2015.
I came across this today, Interesting but is it practicle?
if anyone watches this to the end, without falling asleep. post how it ends..
He is a member of the forum I believe?
I don't have to watch that to know what tele players think.
So I'll list what they think.
Buy a tele, change the pickups, then the bridge, if it's a 3 saddle change the saddles, change the tuners. Change the pick guard, mist likely... Change the neck.
Then find the most vintage or boutique amp.
Brag on the internet of what an awesome deal you got on a tele before changing all the parts out.
Now that is what tele players think.
Bun, you are so right!
I'm thinking I would add about 5 boutique pedals to the rig, too!
Dang, I knew I was forgetting something
A flying V Tele . . . Good Grief !
The EH Knockout Attack Equalizer will also make buckers sound like strats and teles, or pretty close anyway. A very cool and unique EQ.
He was banned as TDPRI member "ITSGOTQUACK" unless he joined again.
Thanks I thought so,
If it only takes 2 minutes to do it why does it take nearly 13 minutes to tell us how?
I think this video could have been about 30 seconds long and it would have made a lot more sense. CS
Sorry no patience for this, what ever it is?
i skipped through it to find what the point was:
@7:13 we have our explanation: he took out the pole pieces on one of the coils
@9:58 we have a demo: yeah... sounds like a single coil...
@4:51... dude... gross...
like others have said, could've done this demo in 2 minutes like the title implied
tried to embed the videos with time stamps... didn't work, so you gotta use the links. either way... not the worst idea on the planet i guess. you'll still end up with signal cancelling like noiseless single coils. that lovely "close but no cigar" effect
Hmmm, I got a Tele with humbuckers, and another with standard single coils. pass.
Scott Grove has many posts on youtube. I sat through a few and found he was either 1) wrong on certain points
2) Negative to many foreign ( non-US0 guitars) or
30 misleading on certain points.
BTW wouldn't reversing a LP neck p/up reverse the polarity? wouldn't that lead to that thin strat sound ( 2nd. and 4th. switch positions), just curious if anyone knows the answer to that.
That guy's an odd duck.
I wonder what he did before the internetz?
Ok, I ran out and purchased a Flying V... du wut now?.......