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As I said, it‘s not so much the materials that are used but the design and shape of the guitar. How balanced the horns are with respect to the...
Sure, there are countless Superstrats like Blackmachines around. However, not a single one looks as good the B2. The shape in its fine details is...
Don't worry, use decent hardware, pickups, gear and you will be fine.
I want a 'Lite'-model Les Paul with standard specs in Fireburst.
To my knowledge there are only two 'Lite' releases:
* 2015 Less Plus (no need to...
The pole piece spacing on the neck single coil seems a bit small for the string spacing...
Practice time with Kenobi.
The ebony guitar got a backtop to counter possible tension caused by the ebony stripes.
It worked fine, so decided to build them all this way. A...
I built another to go along my trio.
I went for redwood this time to have a nice contrast to the other specimens.
Dead spots are a part of guitars.
I would not expect to get a full refund or exchange. Besides, it is highflying likely that a new one has the...
I'm no 7 string guy, but a 25.50'' scale for a seven?
Does not sound ideal to begin with. If the bridge is not specifically made for such a...
Sounds like a dead spot, yes.
Such problems can only be fixed by modifying what is already there, meaning adding or removing weight from the...
I can sleep easy now.
Is it me or does the neck tilt to the left? ôo
Detuning is not necessary. The thickest string I use on a Hannes is .56 and it works fine with a slight angle on the allen key.
One screw lifting the entire saddle.
Like on the Schaller Hannes.
I like the fact that it intonates easily and that he fixed the slipping strings with a double wrap. However, the saddle height adjustment seems to...
That bevel does not compare to a belly cut at all.
A guitar without a belly cut digs into my ribcage. To say it's uncomfortable is an understatement, it hurts.
I find belly cuts to be much more essential. That alone kills any OG Blackmachine from the start.