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  1. Need Help Tele, 2- 4 conductors HB's, 4way, and Tone Push/pull

    Guitar Building/Mods/Repair
    So as you may have figured out from the title, I have a not so standard wiring idea for my CVC Tele. I'd like to know if anyone has tried this kind of configuration here or something similar. At this point I have no real set preference but I'd like to make the Tele as versatile as possible...
  2. FS: Price Drop 20%!!! David Allen HSS Voodoo 69s and AlleyCat Pickups

    Guitar Parts
    In original box, I bought this set of pickups for a project that just hasn’t happened. They come from a really good seller who said they have seen little use. They look perfect with plenty of wire there. These are hand wound, highly regarded pickups, said to capture the magic of 69 pups and 57...
  3. Fooz: Analog Fuzz Synthesizer

    Effects Pedals, Strings and more
    So I haven't been seriously jonesing for any gear for almost a year. Just been playing to my heart's content. I've even pared down my pedalboard substantially after discovering amp dirt that I really love. Then some genius has to go and develop this: This ticks so many boxes for me. I...
  4. P90 and Humbucker p'ups

    Electric Guitar
    I'm thinking of making my own guitar, and I decided on using a p90 hum bucker setup. If I were to use that setup, which pickup should I put where. It should also be noted the pickups are an SD phat cat and the Fernandez sustainer humbucker style
  5. Mustang Pickguards and P-Rails

    Guitar Building/Mods/Repair
    Hi there! I was wondering if anyone knew where to find a template for the Mustang 90. I've been looking everywhere and I just can't seem to find one. I was also wondering if the SD P-Rails would fit into the cavity for a normal P90 pickup Thanks! Will
  6. HELP! dean ml pickup swap

    Guitar Building/Mods/Repair
    SO I just got myself a dean ml, and picked up some Seymour Duncan JB pick ups to swap at the bridge. I can't find a wiring diagram specific for the dean ML. So I've removed the original pick up and soldered the new one in place in a similar fashion, didn't work, followed a couple other Seymour...