So I've conceded and ordered some replacement parts. ETA 2-3 weeks.
In the meantime, I'm wanting to get a replacement Starla pickguard since the one I have has yellowed considerably.
I've traced the guard and scanned it. I'm in the process of tracing it out in Illustrator so I have it in a...
Could I please add some further information to MODCAT?
Enter MODCAT: RLH2--HFIIB_CD_NX-XJ
Top Wood: Mahogany
Top Spec: Non-Figured
Top Grade: Non-Ten Top
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Neck Carve: Pattern (Wide/Fat)
Fingerboard Wood: East Indian Rosewood
Sorry about the stickers, they're not very ... visible but as mentioned the pickups are in the right spots.
Here are the requested readings:
Neck: 6.87 (3.45 with coil tap)
Middle: 3.46 (1.72 with coil tap)
Bridge: 6.89 (3.46 with coil tap)
As for the volume pot, I was just noting that the...
Physically? According to the stickers on the back of the pickups (check the Photobucket pic above), they're look to be in the right positions. Looks like I'll have to unsolder the pickups. That ground looks like an absolute mess on the back of the volume pot.
I've asked before (post #13), but...
Yeah sorry about the photos. I need to take it apart again to take better pictures. That came from a bunch from when I did it the first time and I don't have any better photos.
I take it you're curious which pickup leads are connected to?
Sorry to bump this old thread of mine but thought it better than starting a new one. I was wondering if I could pick the brains trust here on a few questions I've been thinking over for a while now. I've cleaned up the Starla since this thread started and stripped it down, removing...
While planning to install a set of 59/09s into my CU24, I thought I'd take a look into the control cavity.
Below is a recreation that might be easier to review than taking photos of the existing wiring:
FYI, the guitar originally came with a 5-way rotary which was been replaced with...
I'll save them that trouble: http://www.guitarrez.com/usedhtml/usdprspsviolin25009.html.
You need to navigate to the "Electric Guitars - Used" link using the top navigation, then click on "Used PRS Guitars".