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  1. Sup folks! So, reintroduction: I'm Jab, 29 and based in southern England. I was a member of HC way back in 2008. I don't recall any specific reason for leaving, but I do remember the forum kinda drying up after a mass migration to Facebook? I could be wrong, but in any case it's great to see that the community is back and thriving. This place was always a lot of fun and a great source of collective information and support. Primarily a guitarist, builder and collector, and been playing for about 18 years. The collection numbers around 30 guitars I think, but I'd have to check the inv
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  2. Surgery went as planned. Amazing how they can completely rebuild the shoulder with steel and plastic and you walk out in less than 2 hours. After the block wears off, you don’t even need the sling. I remember just 10 years back that this procedure would take hours to complete and you would be in the hospital for 3-5 days. Recovery would take 4-6 months. I’m scheduled for therapy 7 days after surgery so they can get my arm moving and the muscles strengthened. They said 2 weeks and I should be able to drive. I’m already using the arm quite a bit. They want me to use it Sure, it’s sore.
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  3. Whilst an interesting technical exercise this would ultimately, IMHO, be pointless. The two coils of a hum bucket are so close together that it would not make a great deal of difference in the tone selecting one over the other, add in the fact that the south coil (if oriented properly, i.e. screw poles towards the bridge) will be closer to the strings and adjustable for balance, then add in that a split HB almost never sounds as good as even a cheap SC and you’re well into the realms of diminishing returns. There are Exceptions to this of course (P-rails being one) but for a standard typ
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