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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by mdparent03, May 21, 2019.
the bushings can stay - it is an easy drop in
I don't think that's how it is. Can we have a closer look at that bridge ?
If I'm right, that same bridge is on thousands of guitars that intonate very well with a straight G string. If it was good enough for this guy, it's good enough for me
But it's your guitar, you do as you please. Here, if you don't want to break your piggy bank over a bridge.
This looks more like an acoustic saddle pattern to me.
You are right ! ! ! I can't believe they put that one on a Maestro. How old is that guitar ?
It's a ply body. Just in case anyone was curious.
First part has arrived. This bridge looks amazing. Thanks for the introduction to this piece @Paruwi
Decided to stick with a humbucker for the pickup and chose the GM 59'er. This will be delivered today when I get home from work. The tuners are on the way for tomorrow. I chose the drop in Gotoh style that I used on my Firefly.
Here is what it looks like. Just like any other chrome PAF humbucker
I am having a little bit of difficulty fitting this pickup in the cavity. I need to trim a little wood out but I think you get where I'm going with this one.
Gotoh tuners installed. They have very smooth movement on these.
I got it all put together last night and just have to do the setup adjustments. I think it turned out nice.
Nice Build MDP !!! Congrats !
The GM '59er was too weak so I changed it out for a much hotter dual rail. What do you think?
Great job!! Is that a regular LP case? Man I'll bet that sucker sounds incredible!
Here’s my junior build not a Maestro
Yes, it's an older case that had been empty for awhile from a regular LP. It does sound much better now. I have been playing ZZ Top songs all day with this thing.
That's a beautiful jr. Don't paint it though. Just my opinion for that wood.