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There is lots of different Herco Flex picks now and i read the Herco Flex 75 is 1.00mm. I have some old originals and i bought the new Herco Flex 75 Silver wich is like 1.01mm but these feels a bit thinner than my old originals.
How thick was the original 70’s Herco Flex 75 really? I thought...
The 60th Anniversary 1960 Les Paul comes in three variations V1, V2 and V3. I’ve been told my 2018 1960 Reissue Les Paul have like a V2 neck. I wonder does the V3 version have a very thin neck like the Les Paul Classic?
My guitar Case fell over and when i opened it the pickup toggle switch tip had broke. I wonder what is the correct part fnumber rom Gibson for that amber plastic tip to my 2018 Historic 1960’s Les Paul Reissue. My guitar case has fallen many times but this has never happened before.
I’ve searched but can’t find an expanation i understand. How does the poles (North& South) work on a humbucker magnet? I’ve always thought one half and short end was N and one S. But to get the out of phase tone you rotate the magnet 180 degrees wich would still make the short ends face the...
Peter Green had the neck pickup on his LP in Fleetwood Mac flipped with the screws facing the treble pickup. Did this have anything to do with his out of phase tone or must the magnet have been flipped?
I wonder in the 50’s did they fit the neck before they routed the body for the pickups and when they changed to the transitional tenon started routing the body for the pickups before the neck was fitted?
I wonder if these Reissues more true to the originals with a Brazilian Rosewood board also have the right Honduran Mahogany or do the have the same Mahogany as the other Reissues? Just curious since are a lot more expensive.