Great tuners. I have them on 2 guitars, chrome buttons on an SG and pearloid a LP DC special faded.
I just thought about something.
Most of us who played during the late 60s/early 70s are now in our late 60s/early 70s!
Another thing to think about
Most, if not all, rock from the late 60s/early 70s that used P90s was done with stock guitars and stock pickups....
What are the Gibsons not giving you that you desire?
A set of 500k volume pots can liven them up over the stock 300k pots, if that's what it has.
A little snappier sound, more responsive, a tad more crispy when dimed.
LP faded special here.
500k pots and modern wiring does it for me with P90s (I tried 50s wiring and couldn't bond with it). Using the volume and...
Sounds like you have much love for your standard except the sticky gloss neck. My only Gibson with gloss nitro is my 1995 SGI in my avatar....
Looks like someone finally invented a better mouse trap. I've...
I use a trusty Korg CA30 on the workbench then fine tune with this:
However your method of the super...
I always use the Rev. Billy C. Wirtz quote:
"Two wrongs don't make a right except in jayazz"
Cool pic Doc
I did this then cut it down to about 20". Works great. I usually use it first then hit the frets with a few strokes of a short radius block.
If you do decide to file on the nut slots, DO NOT make them deeper, only side to side. The strings usually bind at the back of the slot (tuner...
No nylon or slick straps! I put a set of the non-locking Kluson revolutions on my '04 faded sg special basically for the 19/1 ratio. I use a 2"...
500k audio pots all around. I usually use CTS but recently tried Bournes low friction on a LP and really like them.
BTW, with high output pups...
That guitar sounds great in my opinion. If rolling off the volume makes the pickups too dark for your liking, try '50s wiring before you...
Me too and on a LP DC faded special. Good stuff.
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