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^Try it, it sounds great.
how much does that thing weigh? is it that much heavier than a stock trem block?
and i still dont think these little things won't get you closer to hendrix without a fuzz and a cranked 60s marshall.
i have a custom set of extra warms with "long" pole pieces and more windings than normal. like 7k or something? idk. they're on my blackie. i got '59s on my brownie with wound around 5.5k which is pretty cool.
For the singles, I got a 62 smooth groove in the neck, a custom wind version of the Swingin' hot, and then a Custom Extra Warm in the bridge.
For the humbuckers, I have a pair of Silverbacks. Mmm..PAF goodness.
it looks cool and i guess it'll help if your stock trem block is that small... i wonder how much heavier they are compared to stock ones.
Definately. I got a set of '62 style pickups from Cord and they're amazing.
This project kinda reminds me of my Custom Strat. I could get you some pics if you'd like
Also, '54s had ash bodies whereas the MIM fender reissues are alder. Not a great difference though.
Please don't add GFS 64's to this guitar. They won't give vintage tone. I'll make you a set of my 54 style pickups which are made to actual 1954 spec and I'll do it for the price of the GFS 64 set if you also through in that alumitone lace sensor pickup. Typically my 54 style pickups sell for $215.00 per set. If you don't want a 54 style pickup in your 54 style strat then you could choose a different set of strat pickups from my website www.rockmonkeyguitars.com
Theyre selling for like £80.
Why did I break mine? -cuts self-
And we know its just going to get more valuble...
NPD anyway, granted not a very interesting one, high gain volume pedal from michal23, it changes volume and things. Nice pedal though, i dont notice any high end loss with it in the chain and its pretty smooth.
^^Seems like a sweet board, too much dano though.