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Got in touch with Tim
Thanks for the advice and insights everyone
That’s the email address that I used for contact and payment - must not be working ??
That must be it
unfortunately I’ve sent a payment for a bridge to Tim from Tru Arc and there has been zero response
I’ve emailed him twice now and nothing. So...
I use a zen drive clone with my 2422 Gives a hollow body OD tone but provides very nice sustain and great tone. Granted I don’t run...
Please post back and let us know how it does with tuning stability. I’m considering one.
After TUSQ nut, tuners, prof set up, and a tru arc on the way, it should be good to go.
Should’ve / could’ve just gotten an electromatic but i...
You’re unfortunately correct on needing some pretty extensive mods to make the Bigsby work right on these guitars.
I just checked and I don’t have the box any longer. My luthier did the install so not sure on the parts info. I can find out though
I went with hipshots locking tuners (very helpful for string changes with a Bigsby). They have an 18:1 turn ratio and aren’t pretty awesome....
Yes would you posting the model number?
Echoes - Pink Floyd and most recently Gilmours love version of it
1983 - Hendrix
Voodoo Chile - Hendrix
Gibson sure does have a history of this stuff.
Those 3 pups and the Bigsby is just too much hardware you know?
I think 3 is overkill unless they’re single coil or P 90’s.
I love the neck +bridge myself.
Would love those cats eyes though. They sure...
No way I’d tolerate being in a band that didn’t give a flip like that on how they sound. Just embarrassing.
If I’m going to perform a song for...
The G arrows slide right on and then tighten them down with a mini screw driver (hasn’t screws ). No need to press down
That would be tough to get past
Love mine too if I can get it back from the luthier
Did it stay in tune?
What kind of bridge did you go with?
Kind of like seeing your former woman with another man
Wound G for sure. For me, a plain G at that gauge is like chicken wire.
I used a kitchen fork to remove mine. Note that I didn’t pry them off by using the fork a a lever against the body of the guitar, I used my index...
Not sure what my luthier went with