Marc, thank you for the explanation, it's perfectly detailed, and will definitely make this process a lot easier. And thanks for the tip on the emery board Tony. It's been a few years since I have warmed up the soldering iron, so lets see if I can't go and make a bunch of cold joints.
Hello, I have been looking into adding a blow switch in the form of a push-pull tone pot on my Yamaha 821DX, and have been wracking my brains over how to do the wiring properly. I haven't been able to find any original wiring diagrams for the guitar, so I have gone through all the connections...
I'm looking at selling my 2013 Carvin DC727. I'm not really sure on the resell value of Carvin guitars today. Its a pretty basic spec:
5 piece walnut and maple neck
Rosewood Fretboard w/ no inlays
Stainless Steel Jumbo frets
Graph Tech saddles
Tung Oil finish
Got a deal on a Yamaha Pacifica 821DX off of Craigslist. There is some minor cosmetic damage to the guitar, but pics describe better than words:
And the damage visible after removal of the Dunlop sticker:
Small chip near the input jack.
All in All I am happy with the purchase, it...
Thanks or the information and assuaging my fears of wasted time. Definitely going to go pick it up if he is still selling today.
And to canuck brian, if I end up not liking it I can certainly do that for you.
Hello all, just a quick question for you. A guy near me is selling a Yamaha Pacifica 821DX for around $200. I have done a bunch of google searching and just cant find much info on this guitar to tell if its a good deal or not. Do any of you guys know about/have this specific model of guitar? Thanks.
I have a Roland Cube 30 for my at home amp right now, which I just use lined into my computer, and I am looking at the THR10 as a replacement. Have any of you guys had/have a cube? How does the THR10 compare. I can't decide if it would be an upgrade or not.
Something about the new design is just off for me. It doesn't feel optimized, lots of empty white space on most of the pages, navigation is a bit iffy when you start getting into the product sub menus. I like the general direction though.
I thought I would post a reminder to my fellow players on the importance of warming up and down before and after playing, not only for the improvements of your playing, but for your health as well. I find it is something that is commonly passed over or seen as not truly being something that is...