I have a guitar that I'm likely to sell. A lot of people would be thrilled. It IS the right guitar for someone. Whatever's the reason, I'm not using regularly. Not sure inanimate objects deserve much, but I get this sentiment.
Space and money has value too.
Sorry to hear, but no big surprise.
It's a legendary germ-fest: crowds, handshakes, lots of tight socialization all day and night, and then add in air travel and sleep deprivation. The minute Covid became a thing this past winter, I knew I wouldn't be going in '21.
I'm a bit stumped. Is this right?
Wiring and SG, typical set up: toggle, two vol, two tone
Red and white taped off
Bare wire to ground
Black to the pot lug 3 (2 is to the cap, 1 is to ground)
Green to ground
I'm working on my old PRS. I put the stock pickups back in, but without the original wiring. Instead I wanted to use a conventional tone control and pickup selector, instead of the sweet switch and rotary knob.
I suspect somethings up with the four-lead wiring that I did. Only half the...
Sometimes its hard to know what might be considered lowball. I offered 50% of the asking price on a recent item, albeit one that's hard to value. A month later, we came to agreement at 47% off asking.
That said, I am concerned about offending, but it doesn't change the fact that I want your...