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First, get these: https://www.stewmac.com/luthier-tools-and-supplies/types-of-tools/wrenches/guitar-nutdrivers.html (yes, all three -- you'll...
I don't get the disdain over poplar. It's cheap, easy to work, sounds more or less like alder. The only problem is the ugly green and black...
Ed said many times that he ruined a lot of guitars trying to get what he wanted. The original trem on Franky was from an old Strat. Probably the...
Watched this earlier today.
One of the humbuckers was an Air Norton. Don't remember the other one, or which guitar they were in.
Here's a couple I did a few years ago.
This is the one you want. Choose your options and go for it.
(I use WD pickguards all the time. Consistent quality and excellent fit.)
You bought a new Strat (never mind that it's an EJ) and forgot about it for 14 years?
Who are you, Elon Musk? :eek:
So, eight pages on getting booted off a forum. There's no LOL emoji, so LOL.
I got booted off that forum years ago. It's so ridiculous, I still...
Tommy Emmanuel recommends Freight Train as a good place to start learning the alternating bass fingerpicking.
I was in a similar situation, and had the dual-vision lens replacements. I was near-sighted for over 50 years, but now I can drive without glasses...
No idea what they are other than genuine Kluson screws to fit the waffleback tuners.
You might end up having to settle for two of your three...
Here's what you want: LINK
Not plywood, looks like alder.
One of my favorite ZZ vids. :thumb:
And another fave.
One of my current faves, sorta 70s style with a big head and black plastics. I really dig the Duncans with red covers on this one.
I was watching this video the other day, and surprisingly enough, Eric Johnson's recommendation on the number and placement of springs came up....
Well, there's 5 in front of me, one in another room, and probably a couple more cased up in storage. And not a Fender in the bunch. o_O
Looks right to me.
Fender used cast saddles for a time. They look like the ones on my S9XXXX that I bought new in 1981.
(Sadly, I sold it in 1988. :oops:)