I am not a luthier, but suspect that a luthier might be able to answer this question.
I’m a happy owner of many LP’s, but one in particular has a particularly troublesome feature- no matter what strings I put on it, it feels incredible taught, and difficult to bend (I guess you’d...
Timbuckers refer to pickups from the early to mid ‘00’s wound by Tim White, who had a 2 year waitlist when he stopped winding in 2008. People back then touted them as being incredible. Since then, the boutique pickup market has exploded, and I’m wondering: a) whether anyone still uses them...
Here’s a blast from the past- anyone still using Timbuckers these days? I ask only because I saw a set go up for sale and curiosity killed the cat- I snagged them. I guess I’ll be able to answer my own question in a few days, but I’m curious how people feel these stand up to the...
This reminds me of a certain...ummm...throwback of a conversation.
Joking aside, this thread piqued my interest and I picked up a used set of Custom Shop Pearly’s...I’ll post my thoughts on how they compare to my other PAF repro sets when they arrive.
PG-102’s, SLE-101’s, and KZ-115’s are all dynamite. ER-Customs were a little too low-mid-ish for my Les Pauls, but would probably rock in an ES-335.
I’ve been meaning to try the MT-102b’s...someday soon.