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Discussion in 'Pickup Joint' started by surf green, Feb 22, 2021.
Only one I have anymore I’d my box guitar. Here’s a demo I cut for the Feb. riff raff,
Aren't F.A.'s fun?
Oh... and flipped one of these (and a Maestro SG I can’t find a picture of).
I think I see what you did there...
Tell me about the bridge on that Kramer...
a few Maestros...
1986 Squier MIJ Contemporary strat and a Gordon Smith GS1.
I've got three. And I miss a 2nd (or 3rd) PUP not at all with any of them.
The bridge is an Ibanez Pro Rock’r from around 1985.
Maybe it's the lighting or the man behind the camera, but your CM looks way cooler than mine.
A few I've put together over the years.
1966 Musicmaster II. All the tone is up under that single bridge pickup from 1966. I repainted it sometime after this photo back to a more original looking white. It really has no value, but sure sounds good.
1983 Squier SQ Serial number (modified)
This is how I bought it, 1 pickup wired straight to the output jack.
Lots of new parts waiting to go on this one now that I got a string ferrule. 2010 Squier VM Tele Deluxe
Love this one 2019 LPJr DC
Squier Tom DeLonge signature from 2002, named Lenore. This is probably my best Squier. The guy who made it was having an amazing day. The neck fits the pocket better than any bolt on I've ever taken apart and there is something about a single pickup that just gives it an edge.
I've replaced the pickup with an actual Duncan Invader like the Fender version and I replaced the jack and pot with Switchcraft and CTS.
I'm a huge fan of the routing they did on the Yako version. The MIM Fender Tom DeLonge just uses a standard HSS routed body whereas the Squier only the pickup and knob area is routed.
But yeah, super low action, no buzzing and big sustain from the string-through design, this guitar got used a lot in the studio when my band was active. I'll bust it out and take some shots later when I get home from work.
I had one of each color of the bullet specials for a while, down to one now. Had a few Epi Jr's but they're all gone now too.