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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [email protected], Jun 10, 2013.
My \m/ bridge pickup is at home waiting for me.
Got her installed in my McCarty std today. It sounds thick with good note separation. The highs seems a little less bitey than a HFS. It also has a tighter feel. I usually need to set my bridge pickup a little lower with hotter pickups and the screws actually were too short for me to get to the 4 or 5/32 area that I usually prefer. By comparison, I have my 5708s and 5909s around 3/32". I have to put some longer screws in tomorrow and I will try to do a clip. I have a 5909 in the neck so I can't do matched \m/ set middle position.
Gotta finish grabbing some tone samples today. Shipping the Metal to Queen City tomorrow for review by a real metal player.
Snapped a few pics yesterday after putting gold pole-pieces in them. Polished covers look great on this guitar.
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Wow. Digging this.
I know of a certain Hss that needs one of those !
Mmmm , shiny
Here are a couple of impromtu videos I shot with the gang.
First up, Skitchy running through the various pickup postions with the \m/ pickups.
And Lenny (Mr. Clean) doing some fancy finger work. Same amp and setting, but on the clean channel.
And Brandon from our Amp department giving us some Metal licks with the \m/ pickups
I thought the "\m/" stood for "metal". Thanks to Skitchy's video I now know it's rock fingers. Man, I feel like such a bonehead.
YES! I freaking love it. I can't wait to give these puppies a run for their money. That guitar looks way better in your factory than at my place haha
Thanks for the videos Shawn and team. These new pups are going to make a lot of people very happy.
I'm thinking I might have to switch the pickups on my PS that is still in the oven
Here's a quick sample I did. These are parts I wrote inspired the 1st time playing thru the \m/ pickup. It's still rather new so forgive the slop and slight out of time/tune. I keep altering the parts, or I would've had it done sooner.
Kick ass Vaughn!
I love the clean tones! Out of curiosity, is the bridge on the guitar locked down or floating? Sounds incredible!
I can't wait to watch/listen to these clips when I get home! Blocked from here.