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Discussion in 'Tech-Talk' started by Waldiabc, May 8, 2021.
Just a dab on each string on the saddle and you’ll sustain for days
If it’s a Jimi model guitar you might want to set it on fire to see what happens.
You know those threads where somebody comes in and asks for advice, then gets lots of good advice from a bunch of knowledgeable people, then completely ignores that advice, and insists they know better and just does what they were probably going to do anyway? It's been a awhile since we've had one of those threads. Oh, wait, never mind...
And be sure to use Zippo lighter fluid only or you could damage the guitar.
Pros always use zippo lighter fluid when setting fire to a guitar. It’s a trade secret that zippo lighter fluid has much gooder tone. Much gooder.
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Wine-through-nose! I can’t stop laughing!
User failure. Thank goodness it was just a Strat. It could have been an ES335!
Glue? In the name of all that is good and holy, why?
Well, that's my first laugh for the day
Yes, well the 'adjusted for inflation' price of vintage strats confirms anything but 'cheap' lol
Tried to lube the nut groove ?
I can tell by the pictures you need a more radical radius . The saddles seem flat all the way across . If you don't have a guage try raising the saddles on the D and G string a little
This might already be beyond: "any more ideas", but...
My experience is from putting a pickup in the sound hole of a 12-string acoustic. It was very clear that wound or unwound strings had a great impact on the sound. Unless you use extreme guages, the g string is the one that shifts between un/wound. And this meant that the polepiece had to be adjusted quite a lot to even the volume mix out.
My pickup was fitted with screws for adjustment, but a strat seems a bit more challenging.
This was my initial thought when reading this thread. So with the glue in place my idea might not be useful, but maybe helpful to others.
I solved the problem several post back when I said "You need a new guitar".
If the guitar is only for slide, why not use fat strings?
Congratulations. You win the internet. This is the most stupid single thing I've ever read on the forum and that really does take some doing.
I think this thread should have died a minute after posting...
Why? It's got me glued to the screen!