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The Dean headstock actually suits the Flying V body shape rather well.
I have that amp and EMGs and I think it sounds good. I can match all of the metal songs I want as far as sound goes. I never understood why people bash it so much....EMGs won't sound too good with that amp, try going for some nice passive pickups. Look into ESP/LTD, Ibanez (they have a few hardtails) and Schecter if you live in the USA.
My strings are already high and I run 0.11s in standard tune. They don't need to be any higherTurn up youre volum and raise youre strings
I just checked, its 3mm at the 12th fret. It doesn't really bother me thoIt depends on which fret. If you're talking about the 12th fret, then yeah. That's a lot higher than I would ever use. But it is a fact that having your action too low will affect sustain significanty.
I was tolled that anything higher then 3mm is high action for an electricRaise your action. Having action that is too low kills sustain.
I don't wanna use them because I just wanna change the bridge now. I'll get a neck pickup later.No.
And really, you don't change the battery in it a lot. I haven't changed the battery in my EMG ALX (granted, it's half passive) in a year.
I love my amp. I'm not good enuff to play gigs but I play at home all the time. I really like the KH-202 cuz Kirk Hammett is prob my fav guitar player.I demand you buy a better amp first, that's where you'll get most of your tone out of.
Same.I started with a 10 but most people seem to start with 9s
Wow. I feel stupid. I can't believe I forgot to put that in there. lol. It's a tune-o-matic bridge.What kind of bridge is it?