#1
Hey guys
Just wanted to know if anyone else has experienced this.i play a few different guitars;usually on the same amp settings and I get the sounds I want from each.recently my Jackson rr5 isn't sounding same it sounds like its lost it's balls like actives with a flat battery;now the guitar has been untouch electric wise other then the fact the bridge hunbucker was changed then reverted back to the original.
The guitar use to sound hot and now getting it to squeal is really hard.im changing the strings what I'm due for.could this be the pots are on there way out?
Thanks
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#2
does it have a trem? if the ground wire to the trem comes loose it can have that effect (i think).
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