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What’s push fit wiring?

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That shit you get from companies like ObsidianWire.

Its basically just witchcraft and pure dumb luck.
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ToneLoungeMatt wrote:That shit you get from companies like ObsidianWire.

Its basically just witchcraft and pure dumb luck.
:lol: he's obviously never tried your kits, good grief!

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Re: Mr Glynns Pickups

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@obsidianwire I was thinking of a certain manufacturer of active pickups and their sloppy connectors.
Which is quite correct, EMG push on connectors on the back of their pickups always feel a bit tentative to say the least!
you JUST KNOW some Tory wanker has thought of this idea already. Probably getting the inspiration whilst fucking a dead pig.

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Bg wrote:
mrglynsguitars
@obsidianwire I was thinking of a certain manufacturer of active pickups and their sloppy connectors.
Which is quite correct, EMG push on connectors on the back of their pickups always feel a bit tentative to say the least!
Even the GFS ones are miles ahead of EMG, they use a 3.5mm plug and jack instead, if anything I'm too scared to pull them out :lol:

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Re: Mr Glynns Pickups

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jeremyb wrote:
Bg wrote:
mrglynsguitars
@obsidianwire I was thinking of a certain manufacturer of active pickups and their sloppy connectors.
Which is quite correct, EMG push on connectors on the back of their pickups always feel a bit tentative to say the least!
Even the GFS ones are miles ahead of EMG, they use a 3.5mm plug and jack instead, if anything I'm too scared to pull them out :lol:
The pull out is always a bit of a gamble..
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StratMatt wrote:The pull out is always a bit of a gamble..
Probably one of the reasons the world population is nearing 8 billion
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:
StratMatt wrote:The pull out is always a bit of a gamble..
Probably one of the reasons the world population is nearing 8 billion
It would be even worse if Trademe withdrawal fees applied! :lol:
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jeremyb wrote:
ToneLoungeMatt wrote:That shit you get from companies like ObsidianWire.

Its basically just witchcraft and pure dumb luck.
:lol: he's obviously never tried your kits, good grief!
Haha, he has used heaps.

Its all good. No hard feelings.
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Just put the Tui single coil set into my strat. Colour me impressed. Full and fat sounding but doesn't skimp on any of the glassy strat sound. Playing around with pickup heights but so far these feel like they're a winner for sure.
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new demo out!


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Pretty close to pulling the proverbial firing mechanism on some bellbirds for my strat....

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You probably should; I can't see my Tui set coming out of my strat.
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jeremyb wrote:Pretty close to pulling the proverbial firing mechanism on some bellbirds for my strat....
Bellbirds only? Or Bellbirds and a Blue Sky?

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codedog wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Pretty close to pulling the proverbial firing mechanism on some bellbirds for my strat....
Bellbirds only? Or Bellbirds and a Blue Sky?
Bellbirds only, don't wanna route my baby for a bucker :lol:

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