Having midi is a nice addition.
I went with the Delisle. I was also turned onto it by someone on here.
Its makes playing thru multiple amps and cabs a breeze.
Here is a link to the 8x6 pro that I have.
I've been eyeing these for a while. They were everywhere it seemed for a while and then they all vanished.
I have been looking for the same but the tobacco burst and then maybe toss in some 5708's, thornbuckers or some antiquities.
Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
I will have to do some digging for some old photo's. I had a LOT of cars when I was younger. Thats all I did in my 20's and 30's. They were cheap then, easy to work on and easy to fix up drive and flip for the next project.
Just moved, so when I find my old computer, I'll dig up the old photos...
Welcome Brian! ;)
1. here's a video from John Mann illustrating the tremolo screw specs and how to perform the setup. You can fast forward to about the 8:30 mark to get to setting the screw height.
2. As far as the tuning from a standard to e flat, you already stated the tremolo dips due to...
I was going to mention this
All of my amps are quiet, but I have one that made noise and no matter what I've tried, I couldnt get it to quiet down.
Finally, I picked up an ebtech hum eliminator hooked up via 4 cable method and problem solved.
Still dont know exactly what it was, but its fine...