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The angled claw thing is total BS. Carl does not understand the physics of the rigid straight bridge plate.
Also you can...
Collectors and folks who get nostalgic about older guitars pay that kind of money for them. there is a finite amount of them in the world...
Yep, lots of them.
As long as they are nice quality soft leather with no metal strap locks or studs or etc. to ding up the guitars.
This is a very common problem with unwound g strings. They are more sensitive to pressure applied when freting them.
Just tune it a tiny bit flat...
Store unmounted necks with no tension on the truss rod so they can't develop a persistent back bow.
7) The angled claw to achieve specific intervals is complete BS.
The bridge is a rigid piece of metal and moves all together as one piece no...
You can believe that for sure.
Here's a poly neck from a '98 Strat. (It happens to be attached to a very cool '71 naturally worn body.)
I hardly even notice. I adapt immediately.
I had one in 1965 in order to play "Satisfaction" with my band in the Seattle dance halls.
I remember it wouldn't work if it was cold. (like...
I haven't found anything even close to that low price that I like better than a BJ with Billm mods. Mine sounds great and it's small and light.
Sorry, nobody had camera phones or even camcorders in '83.
1971 Strat with an '83 aftermarket neck. (I broke the skinny original neck during a animated moment up in Kodiak Ak. during a gig one night)
Actually, if I remember correctly, the mods cost around $30 for the parts and I don't remember the labor cost, but it wasn't a lot either, and the...
I'm writing this before reading the whole thread.
I see lots of love too. People complain about a boxy sound and flabby bass when turning up to...
When playing live on stage I never roll back the tone on the neck or middle positions.
The bridge needs it though.
So I wired it this way:
Here's another that has been with me in all my travels since 1968.
1960 D-21 Martin.
Plenty of battle scars.
Oh, you meant my guitar? :)
Like you, I've put a few decades on this one too.
I bought it from Ray Hennig at Heart of Texas music in Austin and have played it for decades. It still comes to every gig and I'm rather attached...
Yep, lacquer flaking off the maple fretboards was common in the 90s.
This is a '98 neck I put on my old '71 body. The finish started flaking off...
This looks best to me.
I think gold hardware looks cheap. Pearl reminds me of a toilet seat.
Tortoise shell looks cool.
(The old '67 Tele neck...
I never see this solution mentioned:
Make the top control a tone and the middle control your volume. In other words, just swap them.
This thread seems very familiar for some reason.
I use a high friction volume pot. It won't move until you want it to.
It won't turn if you brush...
Just a little humor making a correlation between people who deny or are blind to what is plainly displayed right in front of them.
He claims "the bridge is not so rigid and fixed in its axis of rotation"
I don't know, that big heavy hunk of metal called a block...