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Thomastics are quite mellow due to materials used. I prefer webstrings steel flats.
Looks gorgeous. I wish I could get into filters, they look so cool.
Tuning problems seem to almost always come down to the nut slots being too narrow, in my experience
If you're looking for less break angle, you could always just remove the roller bar altogether. I did that once - worked great.
If fox paid the publisher, they have the right to use it. Stipe has the right to object.
America, *****es. :p
Cool! Seems like Surf 90s are similar, but a touch more Fendery.
A) DeArmond 2000's
C) GFS Surf 90's
As I remember wiring a resistor like that also dulls the tone noticeably. It's been a few years.
Yup. I've tried wiring pots both ways - as an in-signal variable resistor, and as a variable resistor from signal to ground. Interesting stuff....
Resistance in line with the guitar signal WILL reduce volume a certain extent. I know because I tried wiring a pot like that once. I don't think I...
GFS Extrem with added Chet arm
"Mint" finish (looks darker in real life) with mint green pickguard. Made from an HH Squier VM Jag
Three words: Dead or Alive
On the contrary, it wasn't overtly gay enough!
This one has some extra low guitar. It's probably not baritone, just downtuned guitar:
Low D as in drop D, down to C.
Some of the...
Everyone associates baritone with spaghetti westerns, but it wasn't used a lot - not nearly as much as guitar.
That's some righteous SW tone!
Pretty much any guitar with singles and a set up with a shallow string angle behind the bridge is going to kick ass for spagetti western stuff....
No problem. You do need to slightly widen the hole on the Xtrem with a drill to fit the Chet arm in there.
Actually, I'd like to amend this. I was using a spare 1" Bigsby spring, didn't even try the one that came with it. Tried that one and it was less...
Just slightly stiffer action. Not enough to bother me at all.
The handle is very comfortable though. Better than the butterknife handle.
Well, I'd say I like it 95% as well as a real Bigsby. So that's pretty good for half the price.
The new GFS Bigsby wannabes have no pegs
Pretty good trem for the money.
Dude, soo hot!