Friday, June 18, 2010

Finding the Lost Chord



She's back, making music again, her voice has been restored.

Guyatone LG-200T, pictured with some geezer guitarist.

By Professor Batty



8 Comments:

Anonymous Jon said...

The shades and the shirt say it all! Congratulations!


Anonymous Jon said...

The shades and the shirt say it all. Congratulations.


Anonymous Jon said...

Twice!


Blogger Professor Batty said...

Twice is nice!


Blogger Rose said...

I'm looking for a music clip here ...


Blogger Professor Batty said...

Hmmm...


Anonymous Jon said...

Do the four pickups act more like a bridge/neck combo or are they a separate reality altogether?


Blogger Professor Batty said...

Jon ~ In the stereo mode all pickups are active, with the top pickup (#1) going to the left channel and the bottom (#4) pickup going to the right channel. The #2 pickup only has three pole pieces- under the lower three strings, it also goes to the left channel. The #3 pickup has three pole pieces under the top three strings and it goes to the right channel.

In the mono mode, the 6 white slide buttons select "all", #1, #4, #1+4, 2+3, and "off". The mono mode is selected by one of the black slide switches. The other black slide switch is a treble cut.

The two knobs control output to both jacks, if only the left jack is used, it becomes mono.

As if that weren't confusing enough, there is a jack on the BACK OF THE GUITAR! I don't know what it is for, it was disconnected when I got it- it could be for a one cord stereo set-up- and would be awkward in use.

After I took that shot, I took the guitar apart and I am stripping the body, the paint was really chewed up, especially on the back. I probably will leave the neck as is, it isn't in too bad a shape, a little rubbing compound should bring it back nicely.

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