Sinuata wrote:Yeah, it's about as quiet as you'd expect; comparable to other single-coil guitars.
Actually, let me correct myself; it's the neck pickup that I made RWRP (reason being I felt N+B and N+M were more useful than M+B).
I also rewired it so that the toggle just works on the neck/bridge and the rhythm circuit switch is now an on/off for the middle pickup.
that sounds really useful. i may not be getting inside mine anytime soon, i hope to be busy recording in the new year, but i'll put that on my list!
cool looking design on their own tuners. stays in tune well, though i haven't been vibrato-ing much yet. the ratio isn't too happening, it's easy to overshoot your mark while tuning.
again, nice job on the 'burst
one of the coolest offset-style bridges going!
interesting grain on the neck... or is it distortion in the finish?
i wanted to make a slight tweak in the neck relief, it was a bit flat... i was confounded for some minutes, wondering if there even was a truss rod adjustment, then i realized... those can't be neck bolts... sure enough...
not sure what's going on in that fifth hole... tilt adjustment? Leo hadn't done it yet, right? i dunno... it's recessed, then gets smaller.
interesting how the grain shifts with the belly cut. i haven't noticed that on my Fender bursts.
here's a little cross section down to bare wood, unintended...