#1
Using small magnets to hold the back cavity cover in place without screws is quite neat. Anybody knows if there are other simple mods like this I can apply on my new tele build?
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
Blackstar HT-1R


#2
add a fuzz thing matt bellamy style?
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#3
not simple and not like this,


but an onboard multi-fx would be bad ass.


like just gut a multi fx and find some way to mount the displays and buttons on the front of the guitar
#4
Quote by mysterion2112
not simple and not like this,


but an onboard multi-fx would be bad ass.


like just gut a multi fx and find some way to mount the displays and buttons on the front of the guitar

sh*ts all over my idea. both in cool-ness and looks.

could use a behringer FX600 and mount that somehow, it's a small multi-fx unit that might be cool
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#5
I don't know. I just don't like the idea of putting something like a mod board in the signal circuit. I'm just kind of a tone purist, you know :p

I might install a LED light on each pickup and light up the one being used. That would be quite cool don't ya guys think?
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
Blackstar HT-1R


#6
Wire a linear power booster into your control cavity, with a DPDT to control it. I saw a video linked on here of some guy who had lights under his pickups, that responded either to the output - brighter when he was playing aggressively, and dull when he was playing softly.
#7
^ Not bad idea! Led luminosity as current pickup load. Not bad at ALL! To the workbench!
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
Blackstar HT-1R


#9
Quote by -MintSauce-
Wire a linear power booster into your control cavity, with a DPDT to control it. I saw a video linked on here of some guy who had lights under his pickups, that responded either to the output - brighter when he was playing aggressively, and dull when he was playing softly.

This sounds awesome. I'd like to know more.