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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Tramp, Apr 20, 2019.
It is it's destiny to travel back to the UK and have a reunion with is fellow world guitars guitar!
A UK tour!
Sorry gents, my wife bought this one for me as the best Christmas gift ever. This one is staying here in America.
You’re welcome too!
You know, the PNW climate is very similar to the UK
I am hoping to get a SC594 soon, so I can compare at some stage.
You have my sympathies brother!
Summer is typically good - sunny and warm today
Ours is supposed to improve next week, bright but chilly today!
This reminds me. I traded for a pair of 53/10s recently. I really should put them in a guitar..
53/10s are supposed to sound like single coils right? Humbuckers that sound like single coils?
There was some marketing blurb when they first came out that mentioned a reference to being sweet like single coils from the early 50s, but that's about it. Whether they were actually meant to sound like single coils is another matter - I would strongly suspect that they were not and it was just a bit of marketing spin. There is nothing in their construction to lend to a more single coil sound, unlike say a narrowfield or TCI etc. They are just normal lowish output humbuckers in book.
Congrats on the guitar. Love the 53/10s and have them in a couple of guitars. That run has a lot of awesome tops and yours of course is one of those.
How about a pair of 53/10’s (and a Fralin Vintage Hot) in a somewhat modified Swamp Ash Special...
Oh, I like that. Did you add the mini toggles? What do you have them do?
The bridge is too shiny though. Scuff it up so it looks like a 20 year old guitar.
The PTC did it. The mini toggles split the 53/10’s. The push/pull pot engages the Fralin. The new bridge will get there, I’m sure!
A think the PAF comparison is more apt, btw some beautiful guitars have cropped up in this thread.