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    there is an inherent problem with every wrap...

    there is an inherent problem with every wrap around intonatable bridge we have tried over the last 20 years. and it does not always show up during the assembly process. the saddles rest on their 2...
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    we use the TV3 in the ashtray bridge we use on...

    we use the TV3 in the ashtray bridge we use on the T Icon lots, sounds great. the thin steel bridge with the pickup mounted in it has a sharper top end than the pickup mounted in wood. if you're...
  3. Thread: CITES exception

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    it will be helpful for us and very helpful for...

    it will be helpful for us and very helpful for individuals shipping guitars across international borders.
  4. Thread: Distressed Bobcat

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    yes it is. that was level one, which has no...

    yes it is. that was level one, which has no damage, just aged lacquer.
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    looking for powerblend pedal

    hi guys, a friend is looking for a powerblend fishman pedal. please let me know if you have one or see one for sale.
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    looks like a body we would have made pre 1990....

    looks like a body we would have made pre 1990. neck not ours and certainly not our finish on the body. so it's a pats guitar assembled by who knows who.
  7. Thread: How come...?

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    there should be a cap and resister on the volume...

    there should be a cap and resister on the volume control that controls the loss of highs as you roll the volume down. some people cut those off which will make it bassier as you roll down.

    the...
  8. i'd start with just 3 springs, the springs do a...

    i'd start with just 3 springs, the springs do a better job if they are stretched a bit. with 4 they are barely off the relaxed position.

    lubricate the knife edges on the bridge and studs with a...
  9. Thread: Covered HBs

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    there have been enough requests on this...

    there have been enough requests on this discussion that i think it is time for us to do a little experimenting here to see if we can keep what people love about the H2+ while adding a cover to it.
    a...
  10. since sometime in 2013 we have been using a...

    since sometime in 2013 we have been using a module that has a screw at the bottom that can contain the arm if desired. if you engage the screw, you should not go more than 2-3 rotations.

    if it's...
  11. brian, we would not be replacing what we have,...

    brian, we would not be replacing what we have, love them too much. the wilkinson saddles would be an option if we go that way. they are a little fussy to restring with, you need a 2mm allen wrench...
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    see my reply on your other post.

    see my reply on your other post.
  13. yes you can float the trem parallel to the body....

    yes you can float the trem parallel to the body. you also can install those saddles on our trem.

    i have been using a set for a few months now, and am enjoying them. we may offer them in the not...
  14. never seen anything like that happen. it can be a...

    never seen anything like that happen. it can be a little ore brittle to work with. the roasting is not to dry it, it is dried to the desired moisture content before roasting. the heat form the...
  15. probably????

    probably????
  16. we actually have a nut driver that we modded to...

    we actually have a nut driver that we modded to make it work. since the nut has only two flats on it, we ground out all but two flats inside the hex. it works great but is a little bit of a job to...
  17. that might work, there are 2 11mm flats on the...

    that might work, there are 2 11mm flats on the sides. we use an 11mm open end wrench, a polished chrome one.
  18. Thread: Pickguard question

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    the problem with doing that is you'd have to rout...

    the problem with doing that is you'd have to rout through the top so that the control components would be long enough to me mounted. also have to make room inbetween the pickups for the wires. a big...
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    the concept near as i can remember came from the...

    the concept near as i can remember came from the gibson EB0 bass pickup, not a great pickup in a not great position on a not great bass, but a good idea none the less.
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    they are side by side, but the coils are rotated...

    they are side by side, but the coils are rotated 90 degrees so they are both aimed at the one row of screws as pole pieces. so all the same impedance rules of a hb are valid, series, parallel, split....
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    we use the same one, the next size smaller nut R1...

    we use the same one, the next size smaller nut R1 is really skinny. because our 1 5/8" is a little generous it works well.
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    it can be the same as the HC was, ph has 2 coils...

    it can be the same as the HC was, ph has 2 coils so it will do parallel also.
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    we have certainly made some equipped like that so...

    we have certainly made some equipped like that so there should be some response about how useful it is. i have done a lot of H to PH swapping in guitars so i can give you my observations. keep in...
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    Rob, your tonal difference description is right...

    Rob, your tonal difference description is right on the money, all other things being equal.
  25. Thread: NAMM Bobcat...

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    heard it on the internet, it must be...

    heard it on the internet, it must be true:rolleyes:
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