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To me the classic+ has a modern filtertron sound, I prefer a more vintage tone.
The title made me think it was about crepe soled shoes!!
With the OP's budget I'd go with a Flashback 2
The Ibanez looks OK but the Gretsch is in another class,
However both those guitars have great pickups!
Cool guitar, love that vintage orange look, reminds me of a 5120 I had a few years back (why did I sell that?)
The neck pickup may fit but the bridge would not.
But I bet you could buy some thin plastic sheet and make your own using the existing ones as a...
What I did was swap out the fibre washers for teflon washers and it did the trick.
Got them from ebay.
Gives you more break angle
Could not agree more!!
That guitar needs filtertrons!!
It looks like a B3 to me!
The towner bar will go in there nicely.
Kluson 3801c G mount Revolution locking tuners[ATTACH]
Does anyone here know what type of neck joint is used on the jet electromatic range, mortice and tenor, dovetail??
Enjoy your brain!!
It's an always on pedal, can't say that about any other pedal.
I've used a combination of soldering iron and a Stanley knife,
The covers don't put up too much of a fight.
When putting covers on I have put a...
Thanks and will post pic of inside.
Having a soldering iron with a fine tip helped, I'm certainly not the neatest when it comes to soldering, so if I can do it.....
I actually used...
That can't be right!!
That's a proper job, nice!
Just finished this kit, it's a 'sweet honey' clone.
I bought the pcb off ebay and shopped around for the components, enclosure etc.
You can get a kit from TV Jones that make rewiring a lot easier and a whole lot less frustrating.
I use these,
The pure tone jack sockets are very very good, they don't cost a lot more than a standard jack socket but they do make a much more...
Either of those guitars would be a good choice.
But being the owner of g5230t I can tell you it is a great guitar unmodded, but if like me you...
Just had to give it a go and not much happened tbh, open E stayed pretty much in tune.
The rev soft spring is just so smooth, love it!
It was more awkward on this walnut board than a rosewood one, I had to thin the dye with some white spirit so that it would sink in to the...