#1
I have a les paul, when I play sometimes I hit the switch from treble to rhythm ... anyway to stop it?
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#2
Yeah... stop doing that.
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#3
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#4
I did it sometimes when I just got my LP, but just stop doing strums from the top of your head to the buttom of your feet, eventually you'll avoid hitting it
#5
That switch couldnt be further out of the way. Unless your pete townsend with a 3 foot strum.
#6
i have the same problem with les pauls.

Although, you could try rotating the switch 90 degrees.. that works for some.
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#7
Quote by Blompcube
i have the same problem with les pauls.

Although, you could try rotating the switch 90 degrees.. that works for some.


will do this
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