Thanks, It was time well spent for sure.
I took this Special that had mini hums.
Did a little routing
And gave it a trio of P90's, a nice gloss lacquer finish and a Bigsby...
Love that top, not too flamey but not too plain.
That looks like the perfect Lester to me.
Only thing I'd change is to black pickup ring mounting...
I really don't have an opinion, as I haven't been around here very much lately.
But maybe that says it all right there...
Bridge posts look wrong, body looks like a veneered top, pickup ring mounting screws are chrome, and look to be #3 screws, not black #2 screws...
I was powerless to resist modding my 2005 61RI after seeing Logan's black SG3.
I have these two.
One started life as a 2005 61RI, the other started life as a 2014 SGJ.
That sure is a beauty. The Maestro is the icing on the cake.
This is a 2014 SGJ.
Or at least it started life that way.
I kind of threw the stripped down sensibility of the model down the drain, but...
Sadly, I'm down to just these two SG's right now.
Ebony & Ivory. Cool!
Myth: Neck dive.
Truth: Get a good strap or sit the f*&k down & play.
Dude, you roll with style!
I posted my triple P90 in the beginning of this thread, Since then I've trippled my 61RI.
It had to be done...
You just can't go wrong with a trio of P90's...
The cap numbers signify a 100v .047uf cap.
Perfect for this application.
You're headed in the right direction.
Love watching the progress in...
I like it!
B3, B7, B5 all good.
I completely agree, no guitar is complete without a Bigsby.
Or three pickups...
As you all can see, a...
Perhaps something like this?
Yes Sir! the beauty of independent wiring.
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