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  1. The wiki link does not work... is there another link? I am interested in converting steinberger electronics in a GT-Pro from passive to active. Thank you!
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    Humidification

    your fello Pennsylvanian here... I recommend keeping the room around 40-50%... too much humidity bad, too little humidity bad... good luck
  3. Here you go: http://www.wildwoodguitars.com/electrics/gibson/custom/004358/004358.php http://www.wildwoodguitars.com/electrics/gibson/custom/cs003777/cs003777.php http://www.wildwoodguitars.com/electrics/gibson/custom/004308/004308.php http://www.wildwoodguitars.com/electrics/gibson/custom/cs003080/cs003080.php I have a non-chambered model and it's very very very heavy. The neck is def. slightly bigger than a 60's slim taper but nowhere near the rounded.
  4. What are the differences between these two besides the addition of acoustic/electric elements in the floyd of the Lifeson?
  5. I bought mine before they switched too the 496R/498T combo... I didn't like either pickup, especially the bridge which wasn't even floyd spaced and I felt it lacked sustain SO I've completed the following mods to mine: -Replaced both pickups with Seymour Duncan ProShop Full Shred SH-10n and TB-10b -Added BIG BLOCK from Floyd Rose Upgrades -Added stopper from Floyd Rose Upgrades -Replaced volume pots with RS Guitarworks SuperPots It is a monster tone machine now and I couldn't be happier.
  6. I think you have to order one through an authorized dealer.
  7. It is my understanding that they only do custom orders on successful production models... i.e. Les Pauls, SGs etc. No one-off modernes, futuras or anything without existing tooling/templates.
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    Les Paul Axcess

    Not happy with the relatively low output and noisy burstbuckers 1 & 2, plus the fact that the bridge bucker was not trem spaced I installed a Seymour Duncan Full Shred SH-10 in the neck and a TB-10 in the bridge... awesome. Don't let the pickup name fool you, these are moderate output alnico 5 buckers and they rock. I would also recommend a burstbucker pro set, but again there is no trem spaced bridge bucker. Also, installed a big block and tremolo stopper from www.floydupgrades.com... WOW, what a difference!
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    M-III

    Any chance of reissue? I think the time has come...
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    Les Paul Axcess

    Anyone try a D-Tuna?
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    Les Paul Axcess

    Has anyone installed tremol-no and/or a BIGBLOCK (42mm)??? I am thinking about doing both mods to mine.
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    Les Paul Axcess

    I just threw on some amber speed knobs last night; much easier to handle the controls and IMO, look better... the speed knob on the coil tap is also easier to use than the bell as well...
  13. Yes, it is the Guitar Center exclusive model... On the COA it has an "F" after the 68 Custom; was told this is how to tell GC model from the others. I don't know for sure, but I told the sales guy it's probably most likely because it has a flame top vs. something else. He looked at me in aw. Anyways I got it dirt cheap so am looking for another one. This is my dream guitar, I just wish is had a deep quilted top; so that's what I am after now.
  14. Mine 07 has a ’60s slim-taper neck variant... However it does feel slightly more substantial than my standard with a 60's neck... But is definitely not 50's fat. Mine also has a flamed tri-burst top. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another one either.
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