Originally posted by Suhr
So for those of you who feel the RWRP middle pickup interfers with string vibration that is taken care of.
alexkhan said:Hi Lou,
Yes, the bypass push-pull pot comes stock with the SSC-equipped guitars. It's easier to wire the system with it and makes it easier to trouble-shoot as well. The V60LP's and the V60's with the SSC System are quieter than most humbuckers.
The SSC Backplate System is almost ready for the market as well. We have a final prototype on a Classic at TM for people to try. It works very, very well for those who want to reduce the hum on their Fender CS Strats or other high-end Strats or Strat-style guitars with "pure" single-coils in them.
PlexiBreath said:Lou, what will be different about your next Suhr? Your last one looked holygrailish, I can't imagine a quest-ending improvement would be possible.
Cool, I recall you wanted something close to your historic Les Paul. I can definately understand as I love the neck on my Les Paul, but for me it's just a tad to puffy in the shoulders for my tastes, what I ended up ordering was a softer V than the 56 soft V and very thick throughout, I like a V that's almost unnoticable, but the Les Paul was almost flatish in back.Lou V said:Only changes are the D neck (instead of the 56 soft v) and the SSC and all singles instead of the humbucker in the bridge. Other than that its the same color, same everything. Believe it or not, the 56 soft v neck isn't quite big enough (even at a full 1" at nut) so I hoping the larger shoulders of the D will be perfect. When does your arrive?
I don't know, but I understand the company has a lot of orders to fill which is causing some delay, but mine has some unusual specs as well.Lou V said:When does your arrive?