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Nobody would swap tuners and put those on, :D Having said that, I have a set even older than that, which still work perfectly.
Get Thruppers to buy him a pint.
They sound more P90ish. :D All P90s are not created equal, just like the guitars they are fitted to and the amps they're played through.
Es and As were made at the same time. The Es I've seen had the serial on the front of the headstock, making them standards.
To err is human, to really **** it up requires a computer...
If I had a pound for every time I pulled a string out of the nut under full tension and let it snap back in again, over the last 50 years, I...
It's not looking hopeful at the moment, but I've been here before, I'm not giving up.
Yes that's exactly what it meant.
Sorry to annoy you, but the tuners and headstock truss rod adjusting hole say it is. That, or a Chinese fake.
I've been waiting for the small pots to crackle and switch in my MIJ to fail since 1996..
I have four and currently can't play any of them.
Blunt != Sharp... :rolleyes:
I would take a saw to it... :) Make a copy of a Hohner copy of a Steinberger. :D
It's a bottom of the range Squier-a-like, whatever model it maybe.
I don't think I would rely on the "blunt end" strap button.
Yikes, I just use an allen key and a screwdriver from my toolbox.
Somebody got a jigsaw for Christmas...
Floating or decked makes no difference to tone or sustain. Blocked doesn't make any discernable difference either, other than tuning stability and...
It looks like somebody modded a 70s Strat. Refinished, locking tuners, sting trees and who knows what else...
It must have been, I've never heard of it before.
Mercifully, I don't think it was ever shown here.
If the neck has a backbow and the truss rod is already loose, then tightening it won't do any good, the neck is fubar. :confused:
Send it back.