Jump to content
Gibson Brands Forums


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About AlexReverb

  • Rank
  1. yah I did, I was told " let me check and I'll get back to you when I have an answer" ...... never heard back, it has been months.
  2. Hello, Several month ago I bought a new Les Paul Double Cut Bass. Beside the fact that immediately became my number one bass I really liked the sound of the strings that came from factory. After a truck load of shows ( I play in an ACDC cover band) I did replace em with D'Addario EXL160s which are my normal choice for short scale, but for some reason they didn't sound as good as I remembered the stock strings sounding. I emailed tech support and asked em what come stock on their basses, but I got no answer. Anybody has any ideas of what Gibson use? I know they do make guitar strings, but I believe bass strings might be outsourced. On some other old post in other boards I've seen people mentioning Cleartone ...?
  3. AlexReverb


    Hello folks, after visiting my brother in Italy I discovered that he had saved for me one of the first guitars i ever owned The guitar was totally disassembled and the neck appears to be aftermarket... but after reassembling here in the States I was amazed in how the neck was still straight as an arrow, so i decided to bring it back to life and I was looking for a little more info on the old school axe. the serial on the neck says SE 1480 (not SB) ...I did a little research and I could not find anything about it. The truss rod cover says 600st so I'm assuming it's a stryker model but the pick up configuration and switches appears to be different from what I see ion the Kramer databases. The pickup are missing so I'm also looking for advices in regard of what to get (along with all the screws and humbacker plate) and wiring schematics thanks
  • Create New...