#1
Im swapping the current electronics, saddles and nut

I want better sustain and tuning stability

This is what im thinking so far.

GFS Power Rails HB bridge
GFS Single HB pickguard (black)
GFS Push Pull 500k pot
Roller saddles from GFS
Graphtech nut

What do you think?

I also want to repsray the headstock same colour as the body (deep purple) just on the top.
#3
Quote by LP Addict
dont get power rails. dont.


how come? they look the goods and get good reviews
#5
Quote by LP Addict
they are muddy as hell, and just dont sound good for anything but tone-less heavy gain. and they dont even sound GOOD for that.


wow that sounds hugely critical based on what i have seen and heard. they sound as good as dimebuckers to me. but then i havnt owned any which you obviouslly have.

what would you suggest in the GFS range then?
#6
Quote by fiztech
wow that sounds hugely critical based on what i have seen and heard. they sound as good as dimebuckers to me. but then i havnt owned any which you obviouslly have.

what would you suggest in the GFS range then?


I'm not to fond of Dimebuckers They're too muddy aswell.

For something in the GFS range i suggest a Crunchy PAF.
#9
power rails are amazing for the price, not too muddy at all through my dismal yet good for the price amp.
the vintage 59 is really nice though in the neck
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#10
im confused now, a lot of people saying power rails are awesome, a few saying they are muddy. muddy is such a strange term, but i know what it means.

muddy is not for me, but high gain distortion is.

i want high gain that is good for pinch harmonics and with volume tapered off has some definition for picked notes.