Re: Your primary guitar(s)?
- From: "RichL" <rpleavitt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2010 19:53:46 -0400
"Jim" <inse@ttle> wrote in message news:huSdncKI07P3u07WnZ2dnUVZ_oGdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On 4/23/2010 8:05 PM, RichL wrote:"Pt" <peatea@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I have several good guitars but 3 are my primary guitars that I use
for gigs and rehearsals.
I have a Guild Blusebird P90, Gibson SG doubleneck, 1972 Telecaster,
Strat, Morgan Monroe acoustic/elec, elec dobro and more.
My primary electric guitar is a Jay Turser Flamed Maple Top strat.
Completely original except I put an old Fender Telecaster neck on it.
Paid $105 new.
Best looking, playing and best sounding electric guitar I have.
Morgan Monroe acoustic is a beautiful guitar that I bought used 7
And I love my Eastman electric dobro.
What is your primary guitar(s)?
I guess if I have to categorize one of my guitars as "primary", it'd be
a guitar I had custom-made for me.
Nice quilt figuring! Tell me about the six switches/jacks.
They're switches. Three individual on/off switches for the three pickups, two in/out-of-phase switches (even though there are three pickups, you only need two to get all the combinations), and one series/parallel switch (affects all the pickups that are on).
Those pickups are Lindy Fralin P92s (split-coil: if you removed the covers, they'd look like P-bass pickups, two sub-coils, each covering three strings). So even though they're humbucking by design, there'd be no point in using one of the sub-coils separately.
One master volume, one master tone. I designed the electronics, he made the guitar to my specs. He's got a picture of it on his web site, although I don't think he's made another one since.
It's an extremely versatile guitar, and plays great, too!
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