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so it got treated to rio grande P90's and a Stetsbar II this afternoon, not feeling up to much due to covid after effects, head was aching like a bastard all day. But this little job made me feel like I didn't waste the entire day.

Frets were polished, pickups fitted, neck needed a bit of a shim for the stetsbar - fitted nicely, I've never needed to adjust it since I first got it and fitted it to my old LP.

Verdict? Dunno, missus is in the house, my heads splitting and I have only tuned it up really but the stetsbar is a fucking awesome trem :) Its been on 4 guitars I've owned now - it just works perfectly.
So, is that low alcohol or no alcohol at all? mmmm, no alcohol, do you want to try it? Noooooooooo.

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Have you tried it through the Tumnus?
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Slowy wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 6:32 pm Have you tried it through the Tumnus?
What tumnus, do I have a tumnus ;)

I did say I'd had a bastard of a headache, so no... I will shortly, I've never even tried the tumnus into any amps yet ;) So thats two tweeds, ss fender or katana :lol:

I might have to let you do it.
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A pic
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Looks awesome. Pretty sure that's my next guitar, and customised somewhat. Eager to hear how it sounds.

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still messing with the pickup heights, neck is a rio grande blues bar, bridge is a jazz bar. They're a tight fit in the pickguard so getting the height right is proving a little fiddly :)

The stetsbar is perfect though - it just works brilliantly. This will be the fourth guitar its been on and I don't think I've ever had to adjust it since I first set it up.
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Looks like lots of fun. Is it heavy?

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Cdog wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 8:36 am Looks like lots of fun. Is it heavy?
Its a reasonable 3.1kg
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