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British Watts are Louder !
Age:
39 years old
Birthday:
March 17, 1976
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Scotland
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Guitars, movies, cars, guitars, banjos, guitars, computers, cycling, guitars, stringed instruments, guitars, loud amplifiers, music, guitars

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  1. In Topic:Epiphone SG G-400 sound issue

    27 January 2015 - 02:17 AM

    If I were you I would start by making sure all the wiring (knobs, switches, jack, etc) are properly connected and in good working order. If you don't know how I'm sure your local guitar store would check it over for you and probably repair it for a small affordable fee. However, if the wiring is fine you might have to invest in some new pickups, would be a good chance to upgrade on the stock ones.
  2. In Topic:Overdue NGD pictures ....

    27 January 2015 - 02:06 AM

    Cool story. $399 is a great price to pay for any nice guitar. Instruments are relatively more expensive in the UK. A crestwood delivered to my front door would cost almost 400. (about $600).
  3. In Topic:Epiphone SG G-400 sound issue

    26 January 2015 - 08:07 AM

    When you were at the studio did you try a different guitar to see if the noise was still present?
  4. In Topic:Overdue NGD pictures ....

    26 January 2015 - 07:44 AM

    Now that really is a bonny collection. Unfortunately for you I have contacted the guitar police and told them that your collection is too large, they have stated that your collection has one guitar too many and will be issuing you with a court summons to face charges of 'hoarding stringed instruments' under the Musical Instruments Act 2013. I am willing to help you out of this dilemma by giving one of your guitars a new home - The Artcore or the Crestwood would be my preferred choices thanks.
    LOL
  5. In Topic:Pup Advice

    25 January 2015 - 08:47 AM

    Great idea Pat. It didn't occurr to me to switch the magnets. It makes perfect sense as they have just as much to do with the sound and output levels of the pickup as coil windings.
    Could get a bit fiddly though.

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    25 Apr 2012 - 13:51
    Hi,
    check your MLP-account
    Peter
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