CME gives you a price break to carry their logo/advertising on your guitar forever with a CME stamp at the serial number indicating forever that...
Not my experience...lift or drop pitch either direction all good
Mine have always been stable and perfect either lifting or lowering pitch
Never been a problem for me either. Domed thumbwheels and a properly cut nut...works like a charm. Currently 3 Gibsons with Maestro all A1 100% no...
Traded my ‘61 reissue for a Custom Shop
‘64...WOW!!!!!!! Almost makes me not regret selling my original ‘68
No need to reinvent the wheel
Send it back. Could be simple problem, could be hell
Don’t accept it as your problem
His shop affectionately refers to the doctor as “Doc”
Thats a wonderful COA! There’s even a spot for the “Luthier’s signature”
Aren’t political posts forbidden on this site by forum rules?
I very much like the Seymour Duncan FB pickups. Nice mid 7’s output, alnico V, proper vintage construction
You guys talking the vintage style FB alnico pickup around 7.5K output or the newer 16-20K output ceramic FB pickups
The vintage style would...
in this case you don’t want the strings gliding over the saddles. The wound strings will always bind
Domed thumbwheels are the fix. It’s what the Gibson vibratos originally came with and are available aftermarket for cheap (ie Crazy Parts)
yes to the domed thumb wheels!!! Crucial for sideways, maestro/vibrola, or Bigsby to work correctly
Big thing Gibson has been missing on the...
Beautiful fat case
However I wouldn’t use it
Sorry you’ve had some of those responses backporch...it’s unfortunate
I love SG’s, would ever think of not owning one. I’ve resolved the issue...
I do love AII in neck but totally agree...that pairing is unbalanced
Measure your pot values (volume not tone)
The sound will be darker at lower pot values. 10% tolerance means the pots could be 450-550. A 100K...
This is true, but it’s very difficult for me. I’m not sure why I struggle with neck heavy guitars, I’ve never kept any. The difficulty for me is I...
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