The more I fiddle with it, the more I like it. Here is their website. The one I have is the TKS-2 but they're all basically the same thing with diferent mounting plates.
Yeah, I kind of like it, too. I'll see what I can do for a clip. It might be a bit until I can do that, though.Amon 7.L wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 1:55 amDid I say I kind of like it, right?
Awesome touch on the neck plate too!
If it sounds and plays even 1% as good as it looks, no shoulder annoyance will be able to keep that beauty parked in the guitar rack!
If and when you have the chance and if you don't mind me asking, can you post a sound clip?
Once again, stellar work, truly inspiring.
I was really fortunate to have that piece of wood offered to me. The ground connections were a spur of the moment idea. I didn't want to run a whole pile of ground wires over to the PG. With that screw, a length of shielded wire took care of everything between body and PG. It also did the trick between the switch and the pots although I could have just used the copper backing.
I do have a very slight bit of single coil hum so if it bothers me, I can always shield the cavities with copper tape and enclose everything. It's not bad, though so I may not worry about it.