I posted a thread about a week ago addressing the problem as to why there was no sound being amplified from my guitar! Well I resoldered a couple suspicious looking connections, and I got them to work again, but ONLY positions 2,3, and 4. My bridge only and neck only still do not work. However...
Is there a solution for a short?
And what is the cause of a short circuit? The guitar was working one moment, then after putting the PG on (no internal adjustments), it didn't. Could a short circuit happen so suddenly?
I am used to the "tap with a screwdriver" trick, I use it when I install new pickups to make sure they work before I attach the PG and tune up. There was NO pop. Everything at the output jack is definitely connected right.
And all wires are soldered somewhere. How would I fix a "shorted"...
So I was playing my strat today and it was fine, but I opened up my pickguard to tighten a screw that I had meant to tighten for some time. I had just now gotten around to it. But after I put it back on, there was nothing amplified, tried different cables, and my friend's guitar worked, but not...
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Now they are not strictly blues album (mix of blues, balads, etc) but there are some GREAT songs with a very blues-oriented influence.
In Step - SRV (Life without you is my favorite SRV song)
Miles Davis - Kind...
It's not school... it's an private English class. No grades, etc. As I've said, I've done the research already and answered these questions to the best of my ability. I just want to see what everyone else has to say :AOK
And yes, some of the questions may not pertain to the blues per se, they...
-Tremolo (yes, a tremolo BRIDGE.) even though a lot of people don't like it, I use the tremolo a LOT.
-.10 gauge Pure Nickel strings
-Delay (my most used effect, even more than I use OD)
-Soldering Iron (has saved me tons of money LOL)
Yes, he has soundclips of the S-5 Set. Check out the link I sent above. What you have to do is right click the soundclips, save them, and play them through Windows Media Player or another media player.
I purchased them the day before the price increase. He let me know ahead of time which was...
Oh, BTW, I replaced Kinman Woodstocks with these and never looked back.
Here is a link: http://www.kleinpickups.com/p-77-s-5-scooped-stratocaster-pickup.aspx
The soundclips on the website do no justice.
Try the Chris Klein S-5 Scooped set. They sound amazing clean and are great with light-moderate overdrive. They're dirt cheap and to boot, he's a TGPer and an awesome guy to deal with. These were designed off of JM's Big Dipper pickups so I think you'll like them.
Hey guys, I have a blues project to do, and I figured it would be cool if I could get input from many different people. I've answered the questions to the best of my ability, but would like to see what you guys have to say.
It would really help if you guys could give me some input! You don't...