Just dropped a Seymour Duncan Phat Cat in the neck position of my blue ZM.
Moved it away from the strings a bit and OMG! It has that David Gilmour strat neck position sound only 10 times fatter. That sick bluesy crying tone.
Had it close to the strings and noticed it was too loud. Moved it...
Honestly I put 2 of the new ones in and stopped for the same reason your stating. I just left the other 4 original collars in.
The black ones were very tight but I like your idea of using a clamp to press them in. Maybe lube it with some wood oil also?
I’ve been searching and searching. Recently watched another video demo and the clean channel sounded thin on the Blackstar HT Stage 60 2x12—
Even looked at PRS Sanzora. THIN
I think I’m going with the Fender Hot Rod Deville Mark Landau signature and throw a Soul Food OD in front of it.
Can’t play G major pentatonic over D?
The G major pentatonic scale contains the 1, minor 2, 4th, 5th, AND the minor 6th of D.
You’re already creating the F# tension playing the D Major chord. The F# is playing THE WHOLE TIME and creates different tensions under certain notes.
D isn’t in the C...
Can you play the G major pentatonic over a G7 chord? How about C? D? G?
G7? Yes. C? No because it implies Cmajor7 which isn't specified by the chord.
D? No because G major pentatonic only contains the root and 5th of D and misses the tension/resolution of the F# in the D
I’m going to explain this and your going to have an epiphany when you realize how simple this is. Your creativity will explode and you’ll wonder why no one ever explained it this way before.
The 7 modes are not ordered randomly.
Every mode is found in EVERY MAJOR KEY.
There are 7 notes in the...
I’ve been searching and searching YouTube demos and never heard anything that stood out and grabbed me.
The Marshal Origin kind of grabbed my ear compared to the other giants but nothing really jumped off the screen into my soul.
In my opinion, nothing I reviewed on YouTube demos...
Installed new Kluson Revolution non collar locking tuners on the Zach Myers today.
They fit but the black trim collar that goes on top was a very tight fit.
Also the black screws were WAY too small so I just used the originals.
The 19:1 is very nice.
P.S. I replaced...
Watch this and a hidden door will open. The best and most simple explanation of modes I’ve EVER heard. For those who haven’t wrapped your heads around this yet, it’s WAY more simple than you presently think and I’m curious why I’ve never seen it explained this way.
They don’t want us to become...
1 on linear pots = 10% = A gradual increase in volume.
1 on Auidio pots = 0% = As you go higher it increases the volume exponentially which will shape the characteristics of your pickups.
7 = Clean
8,9,10 = Dirtier and dirtier.
1 = Clean
10 = Louder clean
You’re not playing one scale or another.
Play B major then A, A#, B on the 6th string.
Everyone Plays E A B and you can stop on any note you want which is what leads to forks in the road.
Again, gold is not found in obvious piles everywhere.
It’s how Page and others blew our minds.
“There are 12 notes in a scale, not 7.” -EVH
Take forks in the road.
Create forks in the road.
Piles of gold aren’t scattered all over the landscape. It’s hidden and you have to dig for it.
C, F, and D# (Eb [flat]) are the only notes not shown in the scale pic.