#1
like, i know that the PICKGUARD is routed for HSS, but what about underneath. is it for HSS as well or is it HSH, universal, etc? help would be greatly appreciated :] oh and another quick question, how do i check it the pots are "split-shaft"? do standard strats come with those?
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#2
you tell us.

you can remove the pickguard, and have a look, you can remove the knobs, and have a look.

its not that hard, realy. it isnt.
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#4
What is with all the 1/2', and 3/4' inch holes on that guitar?

TS, we cannot tell you what your guitar has in it... You need to look yourself.
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#5
well i dont have the guitar yet haha. hmm, would it be possible to cut the body up to put in two humbuckers?
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Marshall MG100HDFX/MG412 Slant Cab Half Stack
Peavey TransTube Rage 158
Last edited by guy66657 at Nov 18, 2009,
#6
Quote by guy66657
well i dont have the guitar yet haha. hmm, would it be possible to but the body up to put in two humbuckers?


But?
Might you possible be meaning, "Cut", or "Gut", or "Rut' or "Nut", or "Butt"? Now I'm just not being helpful at all... I feel like I'm reading a Doctor Seus book, but I'm typing it.

Yes, It would be possible to "But" the body up to put in two humbuckers.
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#7
^ Common sense would have told you that he most likely meant cut.

TS: The body is already good for two humbuckers, but only in the bridge and middle position although routing for a neck humbucker is not hard at all. You can easily make or buy a template and route with a ball bearing template bit. Or if you don't have a ball bearing template bit and only a normal router bit, you should be fine, it'll just mean that the routing won't be as clean, but it doesn't really matter since its under the pickguard.
#8
yeah i meant cut haha. any specific tools for cutting?
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#9
Quote by timbit2006
What is with all the 1/2', and 3/4' inch holes on that guitar?

TS, we cannot tell you what your guitar has in it... You need to look yourself.

I'm pretty sure they do those so you can tell where the body was made. I think I read that somewhere, Mexi's have those 3, but I could be wrong.
#11
a router?
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#13
Quote by guitarcam123
TS: The body is already good for two humbuckers, but only in the bridge and middle position
Nope. No way will you fit a full sized HB in the middle route.


Quote by timbit2006
What is with all the 1/2', and 3/4' inch holes on that guitar?
Index points for the machining operations.
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#14
For some reason, those 3 posts made me laugh

"Router"
"a router?"
"a google?"


TS, for future reference, and as not to confuse people,
When you are making holes in something, that are not circle(unless you have a plunge router), It is called routing. But the edges are rounded.
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