Post by blindwilly3fingers on Sept 27, 2019 11:13:50 GMT
Thomann sent the replacemebt switch Monday night/Tuesday morning so it is in transit. If they hadn't shipped it I would have emailed them not to bother DefJef. Hopefully I won't need it, I don't know if the bending of the lugs has weakened them? There is a reasonable amount of pressure required to hold it together. I'll have to see how it holds up over time, but it all appears tickety boo!
I know. I wish I'd never imagined it now . I'm already looking around for cheap Squiers to do it to but, thankfully, maple fingerboards on cheap Squiers seem very hard to come by. Gold bodied ones almost non-existent. So, due the amount of potential cost/disastrous spraying it will have to remain a pipe dream....
"What's that terrible noise?" "Well, it's either the Hoover belt needs replacing or Marc Almond's on Jools again."
It does have some weight to it. I had an issue with the G String ringing too much. Replaced the bridge and made Sure it was slotted deep enough. I’ve also changed the pickups. That seemed to help quite a bit also. Next I’m going to re wire it so you can cut one volume. Don’t want it blended volume. Like the guitar though Well worth the price
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