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Grissle

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  1. Tuners are pretty much never the problem with tuning issues. 99 percent of the time its friction in the nut slots.
  2. [quote name='alexclaber' timestamp='1429617138' post='2753199'] Here's a photo of it! [/quote] Wow I've read about this cab a lot but never came across that information.
  3. A 6x10 or 8x10 with one of the columns of drivers low passed to decrease beaming?! I believe it could be done with great effect but it would take work.
  4. [quote name='funkle' timestamp='1428179781' post='2738944'] I have fitted many of the Graphtech piezo/Hipshot bridges, and I would say if it isn't a fretless I generally find the piezo unhelpful at best and sometimes downright speaker-threatening at worst. Don't bother on a fretted. I like the sound of a good piezo, but the subharmonic thumps you can generate can be very harmful to speakers. And they sound much 'politer' than magnetic pickups, as they are indeed full range. In general, if it isn't already installed, I wouldn't spend the money and effort. I'd look for a bass with it already installed. Sorry to be such a downer, but I have spent plenty of time and money here with some disappointment, even with the very nice Graphtech systems. [/quote] Did you use the Acousti-Phonic preamp? I'm curious how it compares to the Fishman Powerchip?
  5. Are you using a crossover for actual bi-amp operation? Or just two amps?
  6. I talked to an ex-Fender rep awhile back who told me after Leo Quan died production pretty much stopped. Fender bought up most of the remaing stock and the rights. Then they slightly Re-designed it to look a little more Fenderish.
  7. Fender PA100 great amps, most any cab will sound good with it. But it is only 100 watts, so efficiency and/or multiple drivers may be necessary. And the speaker cab has a big effect on your tone so.... The more you can narrow down the tone your looking for the easier for us to help you out.
  8. Agreed^^^ If you haven't tried wireless in a while you should.
  9. Neck pocket specs will be the same on both. However there are almost always slight variances. So some adjustment MAY be required but not a big deal. I'd bet on it being easy peasy though.
  10. Warmoth will do them but cost for UK might be high?
  11. My guess is a Deluxe for Deluxe swap would work. The only spec difference is the nut widths.
  12. Does Laney use the same ones as Marshall (UK Cliff jacks)? I have some Ampeg that look similar but they're too big.
  13. Grissle

    Jazz

    [quote name='MikanHannille' timestamp='1415897520' post='2605023'] Crap phone photo incoming. [URL=http://s37.photobucket.com/user/hessler312/media/10403051_10204651406758009_8623346232802386703_n_zps70e3d2f4.jpg.html][IMG]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e84/hessler312/10403051_10204651406758009_8623346232802386703_n_zps70e3d2f4.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [/quote] What is that chrome pickup cover off of?
  14. [quote name='Passinwind' timestamp='1415470490' post='2600733'] Crescent Moon Fretless, Q-Tuner pickups: [/quote] Any more info on that Mid/High Cabinet?
  15. [quote name='Conan' timestamp='1413878261' post='2582933'] Be careful as MIM Js have both pickups the same length rather than the slightly longer bridge and shorter neck units that othe Js have. Some companies (EMG for instance) sell matched pairs specifically for MIM jazz basses - other wise you might need to get two (I think) neck pickups to fit the routed holes in your Mex bass... Brand-wise, I would recommend EMG, Wizard (now trading as HotRod), GFS and Entwistle - depending on budget. Plenty of reviews of those brands on here! [/quote] a little knowledge can be dangerous. '99 was the last year for MIM's to have same size pups.
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