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simoncroft
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simoncroft

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    1. Polarbear
      Polarbear
      When is the new cinema thingy opening in Eastbourne?
    2. rafasounds
      rafasounds
      Hi Simon. Saw your post in the "first strat" thread, where you say you played bass in a band called Monochrome Set. I'm listening to it now and really enjoying. Is this the track you play bass on?
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=newQP0lfePI
    3. Stark
      Stark
      Simon, I had no idea you were a songwriter - you can turn a phrase with the best of them!!
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    4. Lonn
      Lonn
      Hey Simon, Lon here. If you're interested in the Warmoth neck make me an offer. I spent 10 years in Europe so I know how dear everything is over there.
    5. Lonn
      Lonn
      Hey Simon, Lon here. If you're interested in the Warmoth neck make me an offer. I spent 10 years in Europe so I know how dear everything is over there.
    6. sevycat
      sevycat
      I seen her, she is pretty hot looking and I can only imagine you tossed and turned waiting for that package to arrive. Enjoy and let me know how the new love affair goes with the blonde. :wink:
    7. sevycat
      sevycat
      Can't wait to see some pictures of that 335. I picked up a used Warren Haynes a few months back.
    8. Mouse
      Mouse
      Much appreciated Simon, thanks. Will do!
    9. merseymale
      merseymale
      Season's Greetings! :-D

      In a post from this year you say you have a "...wiring diagram that gives you most of the traditional Strat combinations, plus most of the useful Brian May combinations – but without messing up the traditional Strat control layout"

      I would be very interested in this. I like Strats and am currently putting one together BUT I don't really need a clone! So I got hold of a set of TriSonics(goodness knows how I am gonna find/modify the PickGuard!). I don't really like the strat mid pup on its own (but maybe I would if it was a TriSonic..?) & so am not too reluctant in losing it and I notice that Brian May himself does not love ALL the selections his Red Special offers so I am searching for a layout that would be easy to use in a not too modify Strat scratchplate.

      I think this would be easy enough as I quite like push/pull pots & rotary switches and when ya consider that a few positions on Brian's guitar are repeated AND single pickup selections don't actually need a phase switch then there must already be a simplified wiring diagram out here but I can't seem to find one!

      I can wire up guitars well with a diagram or, with patience(!), a schematic but I'm not too good at inventing them from scratch! I don't mind having no tone controls at all, by the way;-)

      Thank You for your time!
    10. Dick W
      Dick W
      Thank you Simoncroft for the reply. It was suggested to place my question on the proper board Pre-CBS. I have an appraisal from Gruhan in Nashville but it dates back to 2001. I can post some pics but don't know how to yet. Take care, dick
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    Birthday:
    Jun 24, 1956 (Age: 61)
    Location:
    SE England
    Occupation:
    Retired technology writer
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    Still playing. Still learning!

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    The older I get, the less controls I seem to need on an amp. (But plug-ins on my DAW...)
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