660 has 12 saddle bridge. If I were to get an electric 12. It would have to be able to intonate.
I like a 660 Ric. Not so much the others. Would like to have a 660-12. But not enough, at this point. To spend the money.
The Standard, to which all others are measured.
Some pickups don't work foe me either. I hear nice 335 tones coming from some people. 335 never did it for me when I'm playing though. Every time...
Calaham makes cold rolled steel bridge and tailpiece. I put a Calaham bridge on my Strat. Greatly enhanced the sustain. Some like this, Some don't.
Pot metal. Don't try to smoke it.
Actual measurements on electrics for me are just a starting point. On a Gibson, I'll move the #6 saddle as far back as it will go. Lower the...
Black, Always black.
Better get rid of it
Last two guitars I bought were SG's Already had 5 LP's
Before the COvid hit I found a brand new Les Paul at local GC with the same problem. Can't remember now which pup didn't work But that's just...
BG and Iommy play 7's According to Rotosound Hendrix used 7's and sometimes 6's
My friend had what he called a 62 some years ago. Weather or not it actually was, may be another story. But I could swear I remember it having the...
For me. Marshall and Vox is what taught me to play with less slop. It seems that American
amps hide the slop much more than the British amps. I...
snark will work if that's all you've got. Won't be nearly as precise as a Peterson or Conn. But will be better than nothing.
Never heard of that. 2005 and vintage in the same sentence.
Would like a black one too. Yours is sweet.
I wanted a screamer to add to the collection. Not so much because of Angus, but more so the hot pickups. I like a small neck. But this thing is so...
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