#3
No way. I dont know about every single guitar, but his main Gibson replicas and his Goldtop Les Pauls are all in phase
#5
sorry if this is a really silly question, but what does "out of phase" mean?
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i dont think slash's are but peter green's are


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ignore those i guys i read somewhere that when slash has both pups on it IS wired to out of phase.
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sorry if this is a really silly question, but what does "out of phase" mean?


i want to know too
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#10
Peter Green HIMSELF was out of phase. What's your point? The man used to be a lunatic.

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this is all new to me.... can anyone supply a link to prove his pickups being out of phase?
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#12
can any1 tell me wat out of phase is?
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Out of phase: Soundwaves move...well, in waves. If there are two soundwaves that are both peaking and valleying at the same time, they're "in phase." If one peaks while the other valleys, they're "out of phase" 180 degrees. You can put a humbucker's coils out of phase, two single coils out of phase, or two humbuckers out of phase. But you need 2 sound producers.


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Another tone option for a guitarist is to put a pickup out of phase with another pickup, producing a thin "inside-out" squawky kind of sound. When 2 pickups are in phase, they work together and reinforce each other. When they are out of phase the 2 pickups are working against one another and the resulting sound is the "leftovers" from these cancellations. The closer the 2 pickups are, the greater the cancellations, the thinner the sound and the lesser the volume. Therefore, the neck and bridge pickups out of phase is the best choice for this type of sound.


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#20
Slash does have more than one guitar you know, so yes, i have no doubt in my mind that of the hundreds of guitars the guy owns, at least one has an out of phase neck pup.
#22
noo thats not true, he uses various fenders and his les pauls to record, im sure he uses more than only 2 guitars
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#23
Actually, technically, humbuckers are already out of phase because that's how they "buck the hum." It doesn't necessarily mean that it's a thin sound. But you can't put it even more out of phase by actually wiring that way and getting the out of phase tone.
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erm, im pretty sure that gary moore's LP used to belong to Peter Green, he sold it to gary for roughly £120 quid
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Actually, technically, humbuckers are already out of phase because that's how they "buck the hum." It doesn't necessarily mean that it's a thin sound. But you can't put it even more out of phase by actually wiring that way and getting the out of phase tone.

No, "bucking hum" has to do with magnetic polarity cancelling out interference, not with the phasing of the soundwaves. That's why middle pickups on Strats are "RWRP" - reverse wound, reverse polarity - to cancel hum.
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erm, im pretty sure that gary moore's LP used to belong to Peter Green, he sold it to gary for roughly £120 quid


Yup. If he sold it now it would probably go for over 1 million or so
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yeah but, hell the guy was insane and needed drugs, probably seemed like a no brainer at the time
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