Re: Annoying high E string Q
"Derek" <derek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Lowering that side or pole pieces was my initial thought also. If
that doesn't work, probably a total refret, new bridge saddles, and a
nice bone nut. :-)
....And new pickups with adjustable pole pieces. I'm only half joking, I
wouldn't have a bar of any pickups that I couldn't adjust the pole pieces.
- Re: Annoying high E string Q
... that doesn't work, probably a total refret, new bridge saddles, and a ... nice bone nut. ... ...And new pickups with adjustable pole pieces. ...
- Re: Strat pickups with adjustable pole pieces?
... Strat pickup that has adjustable pole pieces. ... All the adjustable pole piece type pickups I know about are steel ...
- Re: Guitar Fetish
... Tony Done wrote: ... They have some good prizes I bought a few more things. ... I haven't tried their cheap pickups, but the more expensive ones I've tried have been excellent. ... They don't have adjustable pole pieces, which you might find leads to a problem with string-to-string balance of the heavy strings usually used on a lap steel. ...
- Re: Soapbar or P90?
... I admit is seems to be more of an issue with heavier strings than those commonly used on electric guitars, but even when using 10s I adjust the string-to-string balance. ... All the electric guitar pickups I use have adjustable pole pieces, and it is one reason I wouldn't buy a standard strat or a tele with fibre endplate pickups. ...
- Re: Quick review of Fralin Steel-Poled 42 pickups for Strat/ACME Tone Shaper
... adjustable pole pieces. ... 42 refers to the gauge of wire used in the pickups ... Thanks for the review and clips, ... The bridge position is the one that has me interested--very P90-ish in ...