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It can be rewarding to do it yourself, but it can also be risky.
Also, just in case anyone ever tries searching for this in the future (like I...
- lo trs swapped for a Floyd special. Using the original nut and trem posts.
- humbuckers swapped out for an Air Zone...
So I already have a mark v and I love it. But I have an opportunity to buy a dc3 for a very good deal and I'm tempted.
Is a dc3 going to give me...
Definitely. Had to take the frets down a decent amount to get them level. The third fret was REALLY low. They should crown fine this time I...
Leveling my frets on a gigantic radius block I made.
Maybe it is just an easy way to get a really flat finish.
I have a hard time believing a finish layer is cheaper than basswood. Unless it is plaster or something.
I wouldn't worry about a little bit in the pickup cavities affecting the tone.
Just add a maple cap if it is too thin :D
Random orbital sander and some low grit paper?
Supposedly a heat gun can peel a thick fender poly finish off in one chunk, but I've never tried...
Currently milling a gigantic oak radius block to level the frets on my recently acquired ibanez. Radius is 15.8 inches. 15.75 for the fretboard...
Definitely that one, but only if it is the high-mass, 180 gram vinyl type. For extra sustain.
Or you could try the joyo "California" pedal.
I think it is based off a DigiTech pedal or something that's supposed to model the mark i.
Son of boogies are cheap and Mark I like.
Can probably cop some Mark I tones with a caliber or dual caliber as well.