Alan0354
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  • Hello old friend......I just came across our old conversation, and was wondering about you.
    Did you ever apply for your patent?......I ended up giving up on the whole dummy coil circuit, as it just never was for me really.....hahaha........after all that work eh....
    Hi Shocktane, I pretty much push the D and G pole down to follow the radius. If you do total flat, the D and G can be too weak.
    HeyAlan I'm new to the forum but have used it for a long while as a source of info. anyway I noticed in most of the threads concerning the Tex mex pickups your advice on pushing the pole pieces. well what I'm wondering is, my guitar had a 7.25 or 7.5 radius. I can't remember which ( it's a 50s roadworn) and if I flatten the pole pieces will it be too much? I know the vintage stagger was for the wound g but did they also stagger them to accommodate for the steep radius? should I maybe adjust the poles to follow the radius? I have heard that the Tex mex are basically an over wound am standard and I actually really like the way my am standard pickups with the flat poles sound and definitely hear potential in the tex mex but don't want my g and d to end up being too weak. I don't know, maybelooking to far into this :) anyway, thanks for your time and thanks for reading my lengthy message. - rob
    Hey Alan, I'm a real newbie, both to guitars, amps, and the forum, but have been following your posts a bunch and would like to ask a couple of questions, I guess off the record as it were. You have a few minutes to spend with a new guy?
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