I can confirm that is a great way to destroy some knobs. Must be the acetone in the polish but it makes the plastic cloudy at the very least and at worst some will actually develop a crack in the knob as well.
It’s been so long that I don’t remember the exact details of what I ordered, but I replaced my pins on a t50e with ebony and an abalone dot like what I see on a bunch of the core PRS acoustics. They were larger than stock and I used the Stew Mac reamer to fit them exactly how I wanted. Turned...
I have various guitars with the tremonti, \m/ and dragon 1, never played an HFS. The tremonti and dragon 1 are pretty similar tone wise and the \m/ has a little more honk going on when played on a clean channel. Maybe that’s just exactly the mids you’re looking for. Add some gain and it’s hard...
If you touch the bridge and the noise goes away the wiring is good. Your body is an antennae and you ground yourself when you touch the bridge. Shield the control cavities and your noise will become so much less that you won’t even notice any noise anymore.
Anybody else have a guitar with some “bonus flame” as I call it like on this SE Tonare Grande T50e where the wood is figured when it’s spec’d out to be plain? This mahogany neck has a fatter curl than what the usually curl is like on figured mahogany necks and looks more like what you’d see on a...
There’s ivory with the recessed screws. The se cream might be your best bet if that’s the color you really need. I think the ivory looks better but ymmv.
Interesting. It IS in the PRS accessories store as the unplated polished aluminum stoptail with studs. It’s the same part number from Bodia’s link to the old post Shawn made about them.
If you shield the cavities with foil tape it will be nearly if not completely silent. I had the same issue with a wood library guitar with unshielded cavities and when I used copper foil shielding it totally quieted that guitar right down. A lot of PRS cavities are unshielded like this.