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Joined: Dec 1, 2005
Topics: 17 / Replies: 501
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Re: Nut repair on a cheap Yamaha FG700S Acoustic

Call bs on using superglue for a nut repair. the nice thing about super glue is that it is hard and brittle, a sharp rap with a small hammer usually ...

5 years ago
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Re: LP properly grounded but still buzzing

If no problem with guitar, I would suspect the amp itself. possibly bad caps in the amp. try another amp known to be good. also check your cords and...

5 years ago
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Re: Awful directional buzz and hum with PRS Vela.

Looks like a broken ground wire at the bridge/pickup pocket. Reconnect to the back of one of the pots and that should do it.Actually, connect to the ...

5 years ago
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Re: Need info how to replace sel switch on GiB es135 semi no f holes

Without having seen it, chances are that you must remove the bridge pickup to access the wiring. Kinda cool guitar, reminds me of a byrdland with 335...

5 years ago
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Re: What Amp Are You Using Now?

68 blackface Super Reverb, 78 Ultralinear Super Reverb, Traynor Mark III, Traynor Custom Reverb. All WAY too loud but in rehabbing amps it is what I ...

6 years ago
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Re: zo-3 needs a part.. whst is it???

It is an audio amp chip, alternate part number is ECG1465. Get it here, Ali express is a pita to deal with and MCM is pretty good to deal with.

6 years ago
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Re: zo-3 needs a part.. whst is it???

Should be identifiying marks on the chip. Usually anything with a "C" in front of it means a capacitor but it does look like an IC chip, probabily th...

7 years ago
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Re: Classical Guitar Luthier

Gruhn Guitars, Nashville. Does appraisals and is extremely well respected.

7 years ago
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Re: what paint to take

Nitro has it's pluses and minuses, toxic and or smelly fumes, some learning curves with finishing, surface prep can be problematic! On the plus side,...

7 years ago
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Re: CAN'T FIGURE OUT PROBLEM: shim, nut, truss bar, etc

By going bigger you want to slightly TIGHTEN the truss rod! not a lot, just a tinch. People get themselves in more trouble messing with the truss ro...

8 years ago
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Re: Have I fried my amp beyond repair?

I would try a new fuse first, remember to plug into 110v when you try it again. Did you see any smoke? Any funky smells?I looked at the schematic, if...

10 years ago
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Re: The right amp for me?

I seriously doubt that you need concern yourself with the filter caps on a Jet City amp. It usually takes years of neglect and actually NOT playing a...

10 years ago
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Re: Using .008's

First off...Race...HOW the ^&%$%^ do you know the weighted tension on your strings? I am in total awe...as are the rest of the world! I us...

10 years ago
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Re: Using .008's

Time to throw a new monkey wrench in!Is there such a thing as a standard "span" between all the strings in a pack in relation to the guages? I notice...

10 years ago
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Re: Using .008's

I like a string thats as thick as possible, I learned on heavy strings and did the going lighter route. I can hear a real loss of tone on both acoust...

10 years ago
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