Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Pickup Forum' started by dscottyg, Sep 9, 2021.
My Classic Series 60’s Strat’s I’d call Super 60’s pickups.
1st set: Cheezeborger.
2nd set: Cheezeborger.
3rd set: Cheezeborger.
4th set: No pepsi, Coke.
Larry, his brother Daryl, and his other brother Daryl.
Whiskey set (PAF type humbucker)
Wine set (noiseless vintage)
Schnapps set (hot passive)
Vodka set (stacked humbucker)
Lager set (A5 SC)
Pilsner set (A2 SC)
Everclear (melt your face off AlNiCo active set)
Moonshine set (Hot humbucker)
They all do the same thing but have different flavors. None are for all but more than likely something for everyone.
I would buy those based on the Names alone
Duck, dodge, hide
He plays the whiskey set
He plays the vodka set
He plays the lager set
He plays the cider set
He sings the songs that remind him of the good times
He sings the songs that remind him of the better times
(Don't cry for me, next door neighbor)
I was actually thinking of that song when I started typing that post. LOL
Is there one of those "Americans call them this and the British call them that" things for guitar pickups? You know, like "Americans call them pickups and the British call them tightly-wound-wing-doodles" ???
Ok, I’ll buy that
Well maybe we should do that! We did it with the vibrato bar. @Thrup'ny Bit patented the Wangerator and I own the Wangdooly.
I would name them all DARRYL
this is my pickup Darryl and this is my other pickup darryl and this is my other pickup Darryl.
My guitar would also be named Darryl. And my other guitars would also be named Darryl