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  1. Congratulations it looks really good, my 2000 MIK FMT was good but yours looks much better.
  2. Greetings Goku, depending on where you are, what is available and how much money you can spend. A Fender Telecaster will hold it value and possibly increase over time. An Asian built Telecaster copy will decrease in value as soon as you buy it, with the exception of Japan Built Fenders. A Fender Telecaster is an investment that will last a very long time. Below is a Custom Shop Telecaster which could be expensive.
  3. This might help.. For me a close call, but leaning toward the Elitist.
  4. Epiphone doesn't typically do a reverse coil on the neck pickup to give you hum cancelling on the mid switch position, both the magnets and coil are reversed on one pickup. Both P90's are in the same polarity which you can easily check by placing a compass next to each pickup, if the needle swings the same way on each pickup, they are in the same polarity. To get hum cancelling one has to be in opposite magnetic polarity. Most other manufacturers, other than Gibson and Epiphone, are using P90's with opposing magnetic fields.
  5. I had a red one those a 2000 model, beautiful guitar, I miss it.
  6. Welcome to the forum, let me know how you like it.
  7. Its a Fender •••••••••••••
  8. Built in Effects do count as using Effects.
  9. Doesn't need to , coming off of the Y adapter at the amp it only uses the tuner line in. On the upper right you can see the adapter plugged in to the amp with short right angle cord going to the tuner, also interconnecting the lower amp using another adapter with the line in.
  10. I don't think its anything to worry about too much, I split the tuner off with a Y adapter at my amp, so the tuner can get the force of my effects but does not reach the amp.
  11. Very nice collection of Effects and descriptions of how and where to use them. One consistent idea is putting tuner first so it doesn't normalize you signal. I split my tuner off with a Y adapter at the amp so the signal is not going through it to the amp, but it would probably be better dry of effects. Anyway, lots of good information in here..
  12. One of the best things about the P90 is tonal versatility using the controls on the guitar, they don't turn to mud when you use the tone control and if they need to be cleaned up you just turn the volume down a bit. 😃 I prefer mine un-nuetered to have as much range as possible. 🙄
  13. Very Nice DC by the way.. For me right now the one I can't stop playing is my Wilshire, something about its Medium C neck that is so comfortable, it seems smaller than my Slim Taper D necks but the exact same width. Like taking a D profile and rounding it. Then there is the way its P90's sound. 🙂
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