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  • guitars
    b3 Fire, LP R6, Koll Superglide Almighty
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    Carol Ann OD2r, Smith Custom CS-25, Bogner Goldfinger
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    Axe FX II, Mojohand Colossus Fuzz

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    country blues and hard rock

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  1. Just some very specific items,,,, I'd like to try a 16 ohm Celestion A style, other than that an El Capistan or Skreddy Echo is something I'm interested in. edit,,, a Kelley or Aracom PRX attenuator would work too.
  2. Speakers for saleAll in great shape, no issuesprices include paypal and shipping to the lower 48EVM12L, 8ohm...................................$180(2) WGS ET65, 8ohm..........................$99ea or $175 for both(2) Celestion Creamback G12H75, 16ohm.............$135ea or $250 for both(4) Celestion G12T-75, 16ohm............$65ea, $110pr, $200 all fourWGS Reaper HP, 50W, 16ohm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,$65Weber Blue Dog, ceramic 50W, 16ohm,,,,,,,,,,,,,$99Celestion Greenback G12M, 16ohm.............$99 I'd post more images but apparently imgur isn't hosting my images anymore. If you want to see mo
  3. I'm in northern new mexico,,,, very dry and moderate climate. The neck came down here from Washington state though.
  4. Thx,,, I really wanted roasted maple with pau ferro fingerboard & MOP dots but a 2 month wait was just too long for me,,, so I "settled" for the mahogany neck they already had ready to ship. Style: Stratocaster®Construction: Modern ConstructionOrientation: Right HandedNeck Wood: MahoganyFingerboard Wood: Indian Rosewood (Dark)Nut Width: 1-11/16"Back Shape: 59 roundbackFret Size: 6150Tuner Ream: Sperzel (25/64")Radius: 10-16" CompoundScale: 25-1/2"Fret #: 22Mounting Holes: Standard 4 BoltPre-Cut Installed String Nut: GraphTech Black TUSQ XL - Standard NutInlays: Cream Face DotsSide Dot
  5. Thx everyone for the input. I'm going with the Danish oil and I'll test the wipe on poly since I already have some in the shop. I was thinking of not putting anything on the rosewood fretboard except maybe some lemon oil.
  6. Greetings, my initial plan for finishing this neck is to use Danish oil and wet sand with 1500 grit wet/dry sandpaper. The literature that Warmoth sends with its neck states that it does not consider oil finishes to be adequate protection, only hard finishes are considered adequate and not giving the neck a hard finish voids their warranty. Should I be looking to finish this neck with something else? as always, thank you for your insights/experiences!
  7. The search is on for one of these attenuators,,, and impatience is one of my character flaws.
  8. so you can have a cocked wah position of course! I know you can do at least 3 voicings with a Humbucker,,, not sure how much you could do with a single coil.
  9. Got this Scumback in on partial trade and I see these two indentations in the surround opposite from one another in the speaker surround. When I look at it close it almost looks like they're just indentations but really I don't know what a speaker repair looks like,,, is this a big deal?
  10. Good timing! I'm trying some new amplification that has a highly sensitive pre-amp stage and rolled back volumes are a constant. I was thinking a good volume pedal like the Lehle might allow me to keep the guitar volume knob at 10 but it's more of a course adjustment and the guitar volume knob would still get used for fine adjustment. I'm going to try these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HLEFHVY/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3LIBWKT3TINIM&psc=1
  11. I always liked this Esquire setup with the TV Jones and the cocked wah position on the pup selector,,, sounds kick ass.
  12. In my experience they are incredibly consistent. I've always swapped out the pickups though that was more of a compulsion than a need, the stock pickups sound fine. I'd say locking tuners are a must and most already have them. Some folks don't like the floating trem but I like it.
  13. That is freaking gorgeous... perfect shade of green and a sustain block ta'boot. I'm jealous!
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