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About o8jedi

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  1. Cherry's such a pretty finish....
  2. This may be for humbuckers, but it should be fairly similar. http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=2h_1v_3w
  3. Pics would be helpful. I do know, though, that there is/was a Twisted Sister LP as part of their Elitist line. It was pink.
  4. Since I got it used, it already came with the Bigsby and the black witchhats. Got the black pickguard from pickguards.us and the E badge from the 'bay. Swapped the Kluson-styles with Grovers I cannibalized from my Epi LP. Replaced the bridge with a roller, switched out the switch (original was too loose in the middle position) and put in out-of-phase and series push-pulls in the tone knobs a la Jimmy Page. Lastly, put in Dunlop straplocks.
  5. o8jedi

    any ideas?

    I say go get the Triple Shot mounting rings that SD makes. Not only can you isolate each coil, you can choose whether or not you want both of them in series or parallel. Mounting's idiot-proof, to boot.
  6. I'd gladly take a cherry Casino over a burst or a blonde any day of the week. Especially with black adornments.
  7. According to the Guitar Dater Project... Your guitar was made in Korea June c.1985 Production Number: 0335
  8. Lurk moar. http://forums.epiphone.com/default.aspx?g=posts&t=11174 And, dude, chill out.
  9. I'm pretty sure that's not the case. I mean, why go through the trouble of redoing the finish and changing the tuners for each comped Casino when the one you did works just as well?
  10. I'm gonna leave superficial details (e.g., tuners, finish, etc.) out of this. First and foremost: It's mine! I've got a freakin' Casino! Given the history associated with that particular model instrument, the mojo factor alone is through the roof. What's not to love about that?! Secondly, it's got a wonderful tone. P-90s, I find, have the right blend of warmth and bite; the best of single coil and humbucker tones. The first time I played "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" on it, I nearly had an orgasm right then and there. Not only did it sound like the record (as it should have), but w
  11. What? No Cherries? I'll fix that...
  12. I think ELO had turquoise cellos and violins around the time of Out of the Blue.
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