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I love this guitar however, it is suprisingly dark. Darker than my Les Paul Standard! The pickups were replaced w/ Burstbucker 2 and 3's (Alnico V ) and better caps were installed. Thinking about trying a brighter string lke GHS Boomers (now use D'Adarrio) I raised the pickup polepieces which...
I would like to hear from anyone who knows from experience the type and value of caps that are stock in the CS-336. Also any pickup recommendations for this guitar? The 57 Classics don't sound "open" enough to me or do you think I cap retrofit would help with that alone? Thanks!
I just bought a Les Paul made by a luither in my state. I love it and it is very well made. I am looking for locking tuners. It have the Kluson style and size ones. Which would you recommend? Also it have cheap p-90's in it. Which P90's would you recommend for the it? I have hear a lot of good...
I am looking for a humbucker size P-90 to put in the neck position of my Les Paul Standard. I already put a Lindy Fralin 9k in the bridge. Which one to you think would compliment it the best. I play mainly classic rock, British Invasion. Thanks for any assistance in advance.
I have thriugh the process of readjusting the lock screws (allen nuts) stripped them. Any suggestions on how I might fix this. The bridge is currently in a locked heigth I like but I am concerned as to when I will need to remove the bridge. I will appreciate all help.
After some time of playing my Les Paul Standard, the saddle screws become loose and cause a rattling sound. I try to tighten them but it often effects the intonation I have set. Any one else have this problem and what can I do?? I will appreciate knowledgable responses. Thanks!