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Epiphreak

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About Epiphreak

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    New Forest, UK
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    Playing Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Piano.

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  1. Just got my Wildkat today....I had a long wait for it, but it was well worth it. Sounds great and looks great too. Just have an issue with the tuning when using the tremolo, even gently, it does lose it's tuning. Any ideas about sorting this? I've put graphite on the saddle slots and on the trem where the strings glide under the bar, but need to do more. I reckon a roller bridge has to bet he way forward!
  2. Some great advice here.I'll go with the 'Irongear' Hot Slags. How could I resist a pair of hot slags? :-)
  3. Thanks for the welcome. I just joined today! Yeah, good points mentioned so far. I find the stock pickups in the Epiphone LP a little muddy for my liking and wanted something a bit thicker and brighter sounding. I'm very happy with my set up and pedal board. That's NOT an issue. I use quite a few guitars, too. I use an old Marshall JMP 50 watt head and a cab with Celestion V 30s. Awesome set up for playing blues and rock! GFS p'ups aren't available here in the UK! Cheers Al
  4. Hi folks. What pickups would you recommend to spice up an Epi LP standard? I've been advised Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB at the bridge and the SH-4 59 at the neck. Any thoughts please! Cheers Al
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