The shades and the shirt say it all! Congratulations!
The shades and the shirt say it all. Congratulations.
Twice is nice!
I'm looking for a music clip here ...
Do the four pickups act more like a bridge/neck combo or are they a separate reality altogether?
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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