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  1. In Topic:"Slightly" bent tuner

    05 July 2017 - 04:47 PM

    Do not try to straighten tuners on your headstock. Use an old cheap guitar to remount it on or use a plank to remount it on.
    Then get large pliers and grab the button to try to bend the shaft back.
  2. In Topic:Damaged Tony Iommi Humbuckers, alternatives?

    30 June 2017 - 06:57 AM

    Sounds like youre measuring exactly half their true value. You may have wired them wrong.
  3. In Topic:Keith's 60s Hummingbird

    14 June 2017 - 05:55 PM

    Richards ran acoustics through a cheap cassette player because it gave a bizarre distortion sound.
  4. In Topic:Keith's 60s Hummingbird

    11 June 2017 - 06:49 AM

    It's a trip reading how Richards got those sounds on record. Don't expect to go buy that same guitar and hear the same sound. He ran them through the darndest things to get unique tones. He cheated you might say.
  5. In Topic:Gibson Has Serious Quality Control Issues AGAIN !

    08 June 2017 - 07:58 PM

    There are a lot of very well written books on the instruments the Rolling Stones, Beatles and others used used. One thing that amazes me is the maple caps on LPs. They have flaws. Very few are perfect. Flametops look great in spots and underwhelming in other spots. I don't think the musicians looking for bursts to play cared about flametop evenness. There weren't enough to be had to be picky. There is one LP Mick Taylor and Richards shared that I can spot because of a light area on the cap.



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