#1
i have this model, Hutchins Paisley
anyone else have it?
any problems with it too?
i hate how the high E is sooooooo close to the edge of the fretboard that it is easy to miss the bloody thing while frettin it!
also i get a huge amount of hummin and interference with it.
has anyone else had this problem?
i can live with the E string issue, but the hummin!!
i'm tryin to eliminate (at a very novice level mind) other things that cud b causin this, i have a **** amp witch could b the cause, but it cud be the guitar wiring?anyone else experienced this with this model or is it just mine?

any tips or comments, roll on in!
#2
It seems jus to be a guitar that you'd put on display. Too pretty to be played, which makes it ****. Get anythin but nother of these to replace your display piece of ****.
#4
Quote by Metallist65
It seems jus to be a guitar that you'd put on display. Too pretty to be played, which makes it ****. Get anythin but nother of these to replace your display piece of ****.


i cudnt agree more fella...
anddddd thats wat happens wen ur mrs buys u a guitar! i told her i wanted a tele, yet shes a freakin hippy.
#5
Oooh, nice looking guitar.

OK, the humming, here's what it could be:

- They are single coils so you WILL get humming. Excessive humming could signal a grounding issue.
- Cheap leads can be a nightmare for causing humming.
- Bad wiring in the amp will also do it.
- Having everything set up near a mains line and stuff like that can do it. Try setting up in a different room and seeing if it's still there.
- Playing next to a laptop screen or a TV etc.

As for the high E, get the thing set up. It could be a nice guitar once you've ironed it out. Pailsey Tele's are cool after all.
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