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I’m not changing it. The tapped single-coils with higher and lower output (and associated tonal change) is the point. The hot, full coil does...
I suppose you could, but not on this guitar. Each pickup is tapped and run through a three-way mini-switch to give you hot-off-cool. With this...
Just where it needs to be.
The advice is worth exactly what you paid for it. :whistling:
I decided to have a bit of fun with this one.
I have two Strats with aluminum pickguards, one anodized and one enamalized. They sound normal to me.
Record yourself and monitor it while you’re singing. A decent vocal mic is a must. You’ll likely start adapting your vocals immediately based on...
When reading a thread, I don't always notice who actually made the post when I first read it. I use blocking sparingly and usually choose to...
Almost always fingers unless the part demands a picked attack.
I couldn't do this with a pick, both parts.
It depends which primary colors you use.
Is that why the bassist gets all the women? :sneaky:
Or just read the thread and discover that the OP found a solution he's more than happy with. :thumb:
It's my understanding that at 180 watts, it should be about twice as loud as an 18 watt amp. Which is to say, very loud.
I just don't see the...
I guess it looks like you’ll just have to get another Strat then.
Boston and Annapolis
Yes, and with modern spell checkers, it will automatically spell the wrong word correctly for you.
These are very P90ish.
Then there’s this
And here’s what they sound like together.
Um. Ok. We seem to agree on the grammar yet you keep disagreeing.
But no worries. I don’t really care that much.
But the tricky part is when the same words mean different things.
i don’t speak the language. :rolleyes:
not if you fingerpick. :p
I love it when people keep old stuff around and kicking. If that's not you, find someone who will.
I’ve used this.
It always seems to weigh a bit less when I use the minor scale.