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D2 installed (I didn't remember what pain in the ass it was to solder 4 wires pickups...)
The guitar sounds so much full now, but I still...
New engines arrived :)
It depends (explain below)
I saw some stunning old CU22 in metallic blue + maple cap with masked binding
I own a Gibson :D
Very nice comparison. Both pickups sounds good to me. I like both, but for different use. I always like brighter pickups when I play at home, but...
I am thinking about an alternative like this:
Plus, the push/pull could be used as out of phase switch
Try a core model with a trem, you will have a better opinion of the PRS trem system ;)
I owned a std 22 in the past, but I wanted to try the PRS...
I totally agree with you Mozzi, international shipping cost and import duties in Europe help a lot to manage GAS crisis.
You also have the option to grab an old one and upgrade the electronic to your taste
Paul Reed Smith Tremonti 2001 Black:...
He never learned to wind strings otherwise
Better then words, sounds:
I think it's good to have a copy of the specs here, because the forum seems to have a better memory than the other prs websites :)
First introduced in 2009, PRS 59/09 pickups are articulate while providing rich harmonic overtones. With a powerful bridge pickup and a...
Same for 57/08
Inspired by 1957 humbuckers and introduced in 2008 (hence the name), these proprietary pickups were designed...
I read again the tables + the comment below, the D2 description is written on PRS accessories web site:
Not as “Vintage" sounding as a McCarty...
At least we know the strings are not original :D
I played both, and I definitely would go for the McCarty. Even road worn core model stays top level. I especially like the pickups of core line....
Reminds me, when I received my sct with locking tuners used as standard tuners, and the blocked tremolo...
When you remove a cover, you can easily wype the wax present on the surface and side of the pickup (it doesn't really bond on plastics). And if...