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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by John Beef, Apr 6, 2020.
I heard a rumor from a tour guide that there might be another pickup option "in the works."
I got mine last week.
Must be P-90s. Or maybe Starla pickups. Oooh, there's an idea. That would fit in the SE lineup and not require retooling.
Nope. But it does start with a P
That would be a game changer in that price bracket, for sure.
And what might this 'game changer' be?
That's what I thought when they said that.
I think he meant the inside of his guitar
One can only hope.
Breathes a huge sigh of relief
Yeah, but the “other” woulda been fun.....
Bringing a new meaning to the “brown sound”!
There’s nothing precluding both uses. Just sayin’..,
(You might want to think about the order before you start though)
Haha, the first thing I did with the endoscope was stick it up my nose. You wanted something else? Honestly the thing's junk. I should have expected less than I did for $25. I can't decide if I want to keep it for around the house stuff like plumbing or auto repair, or send it back.
OK, so on the plus side, I also bought a Galaxy S10 to replace my old phone that's over 3 years old, with the battery failing, the camera glass cracked, and an inability to charge via the charging port (wireless still worked). B&H had them on sale for $599. I could have bought a pretty decent guitar for that kind of money, and the guitar would last WAY longer. OK, I digress. I used the macro lens on the S10 to get some cool new photos of the insides, which were all way better than what the endoscope was doing.
The standard has a 5 ply top.
There's no treble bleed on the volume pot.
The pickups are 4 conductor.
The bridge block has a cutout for Piezo wires, so @jak3af3r may have accurately predicted the future.
Just for reference here's the image "quality" the Endoscope was giving me.
This picture is kind of crummy, but it shows the black plastic clips that hold the wires in place. Nice touch. There's also some glue squeeze out visible. Thinking about how it's built, seems like this would be inevitable, but it's the only non-precise thing I see. It also shows the block running to support the pickups.
So who’s going to wiring up pickup splitting first?
It’ll be on the list!