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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by dmatthews, Jan 16, 2020.
It's a DiMarzio DP223 BKU PAF
I should have some sort of opinion on it in a day or two.
When is your next practice?
It might be interesting to hear what the band hears from it.
Monday night, and I'll be bringing it for sure. Nothing like the acid test!
Hella rad! Congrats5000!
That sure has a purty mouth, err fretboard. Nice score!
Glad the finish feels great...I dig a satin finish on an acoustic, and only had an S2 which I assume is much different than this.
More importantly...how does it TASTE?
Nice! Congrats, man!
Boo yeah! Just played it a bunch WOW!!! Articulate!
It tastes like it was polished recently.
I mean... um... er... it's OK that I did that, right?
Kerry, this this IS BADA$$!!!
Now I know what all the 594 hubbub is all about.
Round two with this beast after dinner!
Sweet pickup rings!! Do they actually match the top kinda like how they make matching back plates?? That’s awesome
Interesting aren't they?
Not sure about them yet.
I am considering getting some black rings and switch tip (also painted) to see what that looks like stock without wrecking the paint job.
I see, so it’s a paint job and not a stain job? If that’s the case I won’t scold you for swapping them out, but if that is matching stained wood I think you’d be crazy to change em.
Yeah, it's a paint job done by a previous owner, over the stock black rings. Whomever did it took their time to match the top flame.
Beautiful axe, enjoy!
Congrats Dave, that’s killer!
But...Rosewood neck = 59/09 in the bridge
Thank you sir, I'm still playing after hours...
You're such a tease man...
Gonna lower the Dimarzio, then try the 58/15, then... we'll see you bad influence!
Great guitar! Quite a unique combination of features. My WL 594 came with a 57/08 in the bridge, and I ended up swapping it out to a covered Duncan JB, I love the combo of the 58/15 lt neck with a hot(ish) bridge pickup.
Now to figure out how I can sneak a rosewood neck past the Mrs..........
Hi, congratulations that’s extraordinary! I have not seen a lot of satin finishes like that and now I must have one! Really pretty, enjoy!
Interesting! Still fiddling with it for now. I think the Dimarzio is 8.60 kohm, not sure what the 58/15 LT is.