#1
Im your host Josh the dude guy taylor.
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lol

so,i have a piece of crap guitar.
i just got it the other day for 50 dollars.
Its a new york pro strat.

I put a Humbucker in the bridge position and it sounds pertty good.
how high should it be?
im trying to get a bluesy tone.

also,anyways I could do
too improve the actioin?
also,i put fender noiseless pickups in the front and middle.
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#2
I think a bluesy tone would be best achieved with a single coil in the neck.
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#3
you win best tv show reference. bluesy tone doesn't really come from just the humbucker. it's all about how you set up your amp, what you do with your volume and tone knobs, and such. mostly blues is about playing from the heart and soul. you can adjust your bridge saddles down a bit for the action, or there's also the possibility of taking it to a shop and having them file the nut grooves down a bit. and you can also have the truss rod adjusted a bit if you need to. what i would do is just take it into your nearest shop and have them do a set-up on it.
#4
There not "fat"enough.
they alwayts sound kinda weak.
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xjosheex, you have made a simple answer to it all haha


Quote by Pr0gNut
I hope he gets a blood disease and dies alone and screaming.


I mean that in the nicest way possible of course.
#5
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you win best tv show reference. bluesy tone doesn't really come from just the humbucker. it's all about how you set up your amp, what you do with your volume and tone knobs, and such. mostly blues is about playing from the heart and soul. you can adjust your bridge saddles down a bit for the action, or there's also the possibility of taking it to a shop and having them file the nut grooves down a bit. and you can also have the truss rod adjusted a bit if you need to. what i would do is just take it into your nearest shop and have them do a set-up on it.


thanks.
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volume,rolled back just a bit.
tone ,depends what im playing ..
cream-halfway back.
Maiden-All up.
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xjosheex, you have made a simple answer to it all haha


Quote by Pr0gNut
I hope he gets a blood disease and dies alone and screaming.


I mean that in the nicest way possible of course.
#6
[quote="'xjosheex :['"]thanks.
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volume,rolled back just a bit.
tone ,depends what im playing ..
cream-halfway back.
Maiden-All up.
you could also do yourself a favor and get a new amp. MG's really just don't cut it for blues. (or anything else for that matter IMO) a good blues amp that is really quite cheap i would say is to look into an epi Valve Jr.
EDIT: your knob settings look almost like what i use when i play teh blues.