My GC Trad Pro-V has the little dip switches in the control cavity. With these one can switch out coil tap for coil split, reassign high filters and “transient response,” etc.
One by one I turned on all five while playing and hearing.
Woke the guitar up pretty nicely, and turned it into the...
I prefer the modern Gibson P-90 to aftermarket versions I’ve experienced.
But in sets I like them to humbuck. Eli’s version usually does, Gibsons don’t unless you get inside them and change wires, reverse magnets etc.
Nobody got time fo’ dat!
The ones I bought are not “vintage” vintage. They’re the modern size with threaded inserts, not press in.
They look vintage. But fit Grover holes.
Bought them at a GC because out here in the provinces you jump on it wherever you can when it’s hanging on a peg in front of you at a store it...
Had Custombuckers in my CS ‘64 SG RI.
I like Burstbuckers quite a bit.
They were good. I kinda found out I like AlnicoV pickups, like Burstbucker Pro’s, etc. Snappier and present (in your face).
Had those in a Studio LP that beat up my other guitars and bullied them.
The idea behind compound radius is that the shape is derived from a conical fretboard.
So to get the bridge right, it seems to me it should be even flatter, as if the cone shape continued.
It’s a projection, like maps.
Today I did indeed swap out the tuners on my Classic (without adding any holes).
Immediately changed them back!
I had forgotten my vow about leaving stuff as-is: if it was alright in the store when I bought it, changing stuff will disrupt the the vibe and cause wrong notes!:slash: