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I would love to play one of those someday. I've only heard good things about them. Big congrats!
<div class="signaturecontainer"><i>Information is not knowledge<br />
Knowledge is not wisdom<br />
Wisdom is not truth<br />
Truth is not beauty<br />
Beauty is not love<br />
Love is not music.<br />
Music Is The Best.</i><br />
- Frank Zappa</div>
Yamaha really need a kick in the nuts for not promoting their wares. These 2200's S(B)G's and other higher end guitars are so good, at far more reasonable prices compared to other well-known brands, yet they're unknown to many or overlooked by those who are only aware of their cheaper gear, and they're so difficult to get hold off.
Jkater: if so the former owner has changed the tuners on my guitar.
Onelife: of course I could adjust.the height of the pickups. But I'm actually very satisfied with the "modern" sound the guitar has now. It has a long sustain, which often goes over to controlled feedback. Ah, beautiful!
Now I have checked and adjusted everything on my SA2200. I have even polished the ebony fretboard with some furniture polish to get it seriously black.
This weekend I adjusted the trossrod slightly; seems to be a wellbuilt guitar, everything is working properly
I also checked the backside of the pickups. Since the former owner changed to Grover tuners, perhaps he changed the pickups too, since they sound so good? But no: the pickups had no number or logo, the backsides were just plain.
Anyone who knows how the Yamaha Alnico V pickups looks on the backside?
I know that Jkater changed his pickups a while ago:do you remember if thay had any logo or number on the backside?