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  1. So, I recently got two sets of pickups for two separate guitars. One set if for an Epiphone Les Paul Nuclear Extreme model an the other is for an '04 M.I.M Fender Stratocaster. The pickups I got for the Epiphone is a set of EMG 55/66 pickups. Been curious about those for awhile because a PAF style active pickup has interested me. The pickups for that Stratocaster is the Lace Red, Silver, and Blue set. Reason being is because I wanted at least one Stratocaster that was pretty hot. Haven't got them installed, yet, but I am looking foward to it! https://i.imgur.com/LE61YFY.jpg https://i.imgur.com
  2. Been awhile since I have last posted on here. But last time I posted, I posted about that green '03 M.I.M Fender Telecaster I got and wanting to do upgrades to it. Well, I did. A couple of months ago, I dropped a set of Lace Sensor Tele pickups, a prewired Emerson Telecaster kit,, and Fender locking tuners. Haven't put strap locks on it, yet, as I should finally get that done. Anyway, I really like these Lace Tele pickups. Have that Tele tone, but more beefy, hotter, and maybe a touch warmer to my ears. Great pickups! https://i.imgur.com/iYjf1LX.jpg https://i.imgur.com/AwadcWO.jpg
  3. Man, that's beautiful! I'd really love to have a Taylor acoustic, but as far acoustics go, I really want a Gibson acoustic. I have a lot of Gibson electrics, but no Gibson acoustic and I've been wanting one forever. I'll get a Taylor eventually.
  4. I wouldn't worry. I have a buddy who has one of the new '60's Standard models and it is the same way. I was actually watchin a review video of one of the '50's Standards and the guy said that many people think the smaller cutaway binding is a flaw, but it's not and went on to say that it's historically correct.
  5. Looks the same to me, too, but posting on here has been weird for me. Usually, I'd just copy and paste the link provided for forums and hit "Post" and it'll show on here. Now, I apparently have to do something different.
  6. Glad to know I'm not the only one experiencing weird stuff with it. And thanks!
  7. Not true at all. Sorry, I disagree big time. No offense.
  8. He was super nice and humble when I met him. There was a lady whose brother in law had cancer and couldn't make it and was a diehard KISS fan, and they weren't sure if he was going to be ok or not. So, Gene had her husband, who was recording on video, get up on the stage, and had everyone in the crowd get close together and Gene said, "Hey, this is Gene Simmons in a room full of people who love you and want you to get better! Everyone say, "Yeah!'" and said, "You better get well!". Quite a few tears were shed after that. He also was super great to the little kids there, too. He was awesome wh
  9. They have factory tour vids on YouTube.
  10. I would like to build my own one day. The one I had was awesome! I kick myself for parting with it. I got it second hand. It was a rear routed Stratocaster body with a flamed maple top in heritage cherry sunburst with natural binding and gold hardware. Had a 24 fret neck and it was flamed maple with an ebony fretboard with mother of pearl star inlays with a matching head stock - no flame on the head stock - and locking tuners, though I can't remember what the tuners were. Had a Wilkinson tremolo. As far as the pickups go, I have no idea what they were. They were rail/blade pickups - the blade/
  11. Here I am, and in this city, with a fistful of dollars And, baby, you'd better believe I'm back, back in the New York Groove When did you see them, by the way? I actually got to meet Gene back in 2017. https://i.imgur.com/R7yEO6T.jpg
  12. Same. I lost dogs before and I've lost it each time. I have 5 now and my oldest is my Yellow Lab, who is 11 1/2. Yeah, that is a long time. I remember a lady with beautiful Rottweiler pup at PetSmart a few years ago saying she knew someone who had a Chihuahua that was 22 years old and told me they can live up to 25 if taken care of right.
  13. Hate to hear that! Always hard and a shame they don't live as long as we do. They're family.
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