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You don't need any capacitors or anything. Normally adding a cap is what "turns" a pot in to a tone pot, so to speak.
Looks pretty sweet! I don't know anything about these models, but I'd rock that:agreed:
Congrats!! Looks pretty damn good, I love that body style.
All of Washington state is now under the same kind of stay home order, sounds like for at least the next 14 days. Except for "essential"...
Gotta ask (since you posted a pic of it), how's that Halo you got there?
@High Plains Drifter Hang in their man. I hope you and your wife can find some peace in all of this.
My wife is a doctor, working at an...
Looks great. Sounds great. Congrats!!!!
To me they look like they just need a good cleaning and polishing, but it's kinda hard to tell from those pics.
I have three of those same MIC Squiers, they are great! Granted I modded the hell out of them, but the body/neck/fretwork on them is damn near...
My first guitar was a Squier Bullet Strat. I moved on from it, years ago, and didn't have a Strat for ~15 years. Well then last May I happened...
Yeah, I would do like Max said and use wood filler and a wood block. That's gonna be a lot easier to work with in general than epoxy.
HNGD! Love me some Carvin goodness:agreed:
Best. Thread. Ever.
^PICS NOW!! You can't post that and leave us hanging:lol:
I just picked up a HD PRO X for $200! I know it's not the newest and greatest and I'd love a Helix or Fractal unit, but it is insane that you can...
Green and maple are always a good combo, and the reverse headstock tops it off. HNGD!!
More of this instead, please:agreed:
The Katana is gonna be the easiest all-in-one solution, especially if you utilize the software editor.
Yeah, it seems very un-Tele like in specs (all-maple, dual hum, etc.) but is very good looking and cool specs nonetheless.