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Stock Strat bridge:
Stock Tele bridge:
A friend of mine is a famous left handed guitarist. He got to play through one of Hendrix' rigs.
I asked him what it sounded like. He said...
Look at the specs for the two Alessandro Eminence speakers.
The AlNiCo 12 is the closest thing being made to a Red Fang.
My favorite AlNiCo 12...
I don't have time for goobers. Either in real life or on the internet.
And there is an abundance in both places.
Life's too short to GAF about...
The quality of your composition and the performance of that composition are more important than the quality of your signal path.
The Baby Shark studio?
The player makes the sound.
If you can play and make pleasing music...that's everything.
The rest is a fashion show...with a...
I can make either sound the way I want them to sound.
As someone who dislikes quack...I wire my strats like a post 67 Tele. 3 way...
Ribbon and RE20.
Sometimes a condenser as a room Mic...several feet away.
But...in this wonderful world we live in...anything is possible. And...
My guitar teacher...Howard Roberts...played on tons of those Gold Star Sessions.
He used to tell this one Phil Spector story about him shooting...
Bad Bob. I don't leave home without it.
It isn't the bar. It's your setup.
This is for a trad six screw bridge.
Next time you have the strings off the guitar...
Remove the springs in...
Using a wood block is over thinking. Or drunk/high thinking if you're Eric Clapton.
It isn't necessary. Five springs...crank down the claw.
Deck it by using five springs and crank down the claw.
Thinking in this case is overrated.
Don't be a goober. Just do it. :D
All right on and straight up truth.
My 65 has a .05. That's what was used for the 60's.
Fender in a nutshell:
.1uF for the 50's.
60's brought .05uF.
80's you started to see the .022uF.
Use your ears as to what works best for you....
Now that is what I'm talking about. BBA was great.
I built an amp for @Seamus OReally that sings...and you can have a normal conversation while playing. Singing violin like sustain and crunch if...
Fletcher-Munson curves. Your ears/brain lie to you. :)
This sucks. I jammed with Tim and Lee Oskar at the LA Street Scene in 1979. We played...the blues.
Now I got them blues again.
Billy's greatest work IMO.
It starts in your head. The work involves getting it to come out of your hands/instrument with the same ease it comes out of yer yap. :D