MHD set sold!
This is the 'Douchebag' set, predecessor to the Hollywood Douchebags, in good condition.
Neck has app 12in of lead, bridge has app 8.5 inches....
Just for fun, I posted up a quick vid of my new bridge pup.
It's a 44awg, C8 17.4k
Had to call it something, & that was the first thing I saw when deciding.
Just a quick test of my latest neck wind. 7.7k RCA2 magnet.
I'm still quite happy with my THR 10, had it about 3 yrs now, tons of tones, in a small platform.
Though not the cheapest option, well worth it IMO.
Damn, that's a sweet lookin tele. If only that hadn't shot it full of holes, to hold on that UGLY pick guard.
Nah, get the SG, it's pretty much a...
Sorry, can't help on your side of the pond.
Any woodworking skills/tools?
There's a guy local here that sells these on c'list.
If they're 4 conductor pups, he's only 2 pots away
Well, I could've recommended using the vol, & tone knobs, but where's the fun in that.
Welcome to the fun zone!
The easiest thing to do would be replacing the pickups.
Then the problem of 'I miss my old sound' will arise.
All I can say is.......
There you go!
See, sometimes you just have to look around a bit.
Hey, more money for upgrades, not a bad thing:h5:
That just SCREAMS comfortable.
Great work on that burst, that grain is beautiful!!
Yea, that could drive the price up a bit.
I'll defer to someone on your side of the water.
Ebay is gonna be your friend, if you're wanting to build it yourself.
Bourns, or CTS pots, some people have a preference. Bourns are gonna be less...
I picked up a red one at the local pawn shop a few weeks ago.
The nut needed some adjustment ( had to be shimmed up 2 pieces of paper, fretted at...
Looks good, too bad you don't have an old pedal or something lying around to rob a jack from.
Here are a bunch of diagrams for the circuit, but remember, this can be a bit tricky in a small cavity....
Yes, the BB Lucille.
Gibson, & Epi make a version. I believe Epi has a couple of other models with the varitone type pot, but don't quote me on that.
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