NGD: quirky ol morales mosrite

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NGD: quirky ol morales mosrite

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Well
Nothing ventured nothing gained...
Received this delight today. Its actually really very cool. Apart from the molested mile thick poly finish complete with super glue filler repairs the guitar is in good order.
The neck is straight and action low, plenty of fret meat left. Mmm fret meat. The pickups are hot AF. The bridge pickup is a bit microphonic and makes some fun feedback happen.
The trem is fairly good though would benefit from a taller spring.
Over all a lot of vintage ofset for the price of admission.

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Is bridge pickup standard P-90 shape? Could try get something old, hot and not microphonic to replace it.
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robthemac wrote: Fri Dec 01, 2023 8:07 pm Is bridge pickup standard P-90 shape? Could try get something old, hot and not microphonic to replace it.
It is but god no , I wouldnt replace it , it’s amazing !


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