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  1. Is there really that much differences ? What do you think about Yamaha A series?
  2. You know that the output of the FX goes to the input of your amp.
  3. A used Squire strat or tele. it's not worth it to buy a under size guitar.
  4. You should use a fix bridge for drop tuning. Use a different guitar for drop D.
  5. MXL 67 are very good and can be pickup under $100 used even less .
  6. Sonomatics is what I used threw out the D string the gauges were 10/13/17/28/44/56. They stayed in tune better than normal light gauged strings. Modern guitars bridges/tail pieces wouldn't take the 56 so iwent down to 10/13/17/28/40/52. Oh yeah $19+ for a set of strings NO WAY.
  7. Mosrite guitars have the thinnest neck I've ever played but are to much &&& because Vintage . Ibanez has some guitars with very thin neck and Yamaha Pacifica wonderful and price cheap on the used market.( the higher the 1st # in the model number the better 1-14)
  8. Sounds interesting but I prefer to stay with the pickups that I have in my guitars. Most sounds can be had with tweaking your amp and using your volume control on your guitar.
  9. Some speakers work better in air tight cabs. Bose dose this so the speakers don't blow from over excursion
  10. Mosrite both 6 string and doubleneck 6&12 necks were impossible to play just to small.
  11. Is this for Bass Or Guitar? If guitar dose it happen with all your guitars ? I have a X2N that caused over excursion in my combo amps. Air sealed cab might do the trick. Or as Mr. Brown said undo the depth mod.
  12. I use 4 or 5 spring and it stays in tune. You should also have a straight pull on the springs. The way it's pictured here the spring tension will be at a angle and not even.
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