Pikka Bird posts
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be very careful while welding it together so it doesnt warp/distort the metal.
Fixed that right up...
lazysmart on this one...
put something behind it (cloth, large square of cardboard) and just go nuts haha remember, the way you tell a jackson pollock from a fake is that the real deal does not stay on the canvas, if you take the square canvas it would fit somewhere in his studio among the spatter. a fake will only have paint on the canvas.
NO. IT'S NOT.
NEVER, EVER F**KING DO THIS.
NEVER UNDER ANY F**KING CIRCUMSTANCES MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO A FLOYD (OFR OR cheap clone) with the strings under tension!!!!!!111!1!1!
F**king Herp Derp, get a clue.
NO. DO NOT turn those studs under tension. It doesn't really matter the quality of the bridge, its metal rubbing on metal. Sooner or later, those edges will wear out. I've done this to enough trems to know what happens.
It's never painted on, unless the guitar is suuuuuuper el cheapo
Pikka bird, I'm not sure that the pickup surface is flat, most seem to curve from 3.5 to flat along the surface. You are right about the ToM reasons though.
I use to use just a piece of wood and I would just remove all tension from the springs so the tension from the strings would hold it in place.
I wouldn't try to pass the strings through string through holes, that'd be hell on tuning stability. Any place where you can have friction, you will have less tuning stability.
I have no idea what your are talking about in terms of "graphics".
I'm thinking of the graphic design on the paintjob.
The picture on the box suggest that these pickups use sound to shove as much testosterone into your body as possible.
The name ha? Wrong guess! hehehe