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    PRS Wiring Mods Resource Thread

    I have a request....is there a way to wire a 5 way rotary (PCB) with a Tremonti in the bridge and a Vintage Bass in the neck and each pickup having a separate volume? Assuming the tone pot would become a volume for the Vintage Bass.
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    How do I get the MT-15 in stereo?

    Yes, without using the same amps, you will have to experiment and set levels as needed.
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    Thoughts about how to raise my cab/head.

    Thanks for the suggestions, guys. I play mostly small bar gigs and sometimes a larger venue. Looking for something portable. Gonna check out that wooden bracket deal. It looks cool.
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    Thoughts about how to raise my cab/head.

    It seems I can't scale down without losing something.....just sold my Mesa 4x12's. Bought a PRS MT 12 cab for my MT-15 head. Now I'm realizing after a rehearsal that I need to raise the cab. I just can't hear it as well in the floor. I've looked at combo amp stands but they all seem to only tilt...
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    Rotary nut size?

    That's totally fair.
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    Mistakenly bought low mass tuners......

    I am installing them on an 88 CE24.
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    Rotary nut size?

    I bought a drop in prewired 5 way rotary-volume-tone assembly from Reverb and it was missing the rotary nut/washer. Any idea what size it is?
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    How do I get the MT-15 in stereo?

    Yes, unless you get another cab for the middle-mono output.
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    How do I get the MT-15 in stereo?

    Hi Bizarre, The only way to get stereo is to either buy another mt-15 or buy a stereo power amp and run into your mt-15 and then send a stereo signal from your effects to each input of the amp. Of course you would need a dummy load for the mt-15. And true stereo requires a wet-Left-mono...
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    Mistakenly bought low mass tuners......

    Thanks guys. I felt this was going to be the popular consensus. I just needed to hear it from someone else.
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    Gen II Tuners on a 89 CE24.

    The area where the headstock begins. Typically at the top of the nut.
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    Mistakenly bought low mass tuners......

    I bought a set of low mass tuners that were advertised as GEN II. The low mass tuners don't have screws but rather have an alignment pin. The Reverb seller has good numbers and reputation. But if he had advertised these correctly I surely wouldn't have bought them. Anyway, I asked him for a...
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    Gen II Tuners on a 89 CE24.

    Ok, here's my dilemma....I have a few older CE24's from the 80's and early 90's. I want to replace the tired tuners with GEN II. It appears the screwholes won't line up and the screws are longer than the thickness of the headstock at the volute. I can live with the existing screwholes showing as...
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    MT-15 Cab cover

    Thanks!! That one was sold very quickly! I did get a used one from John Mann!!
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    MT-15 Cab cover

    Does anyone make a cab cover for this ? I feel like I have seen some on a few PRS videos but I can't be certain......
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