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    To match the USA Tremonti, wire it up like the...

    To match the USA Tremonti, wire it up like the "current" version here: http://prsguitars.com/csc/schematics/schem08/singlecut.pdf. I would guess the SE matches the "pre-2007" version. The SE should...
  2. Generally, (historically, core models only) if...

    Generally, (historically, core models only) if it's a maple-topped guitar with a solid finish it will have the exposed faux binding. If it's a solid color and I don't see that maple edge, I'm going...
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    Phase II tuners should be a direct swap on a...

    Phase II tuners should be a direct swap on a 2002. The later winged tuners have the same screw tab as the Phase II. They're not like the older style wings with the shared D/G screw (which would...
  4. Thread: S2 Standards

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    I've used the Virtual P-90 also and agree on it...

    I've used the Virtual P-90 also and agree on it being too full. I had the DLX90 in the bridge and both pickups were just a bit too much for some things.

    I'm using a Kent Armstrong HP90 in my SE...
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    Sah-weet! That thing could not be better,...

    Sah-weet! That thing could not be better, cosmetically. Hope it sounds and plays as good as it looks!
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    What a Richard. Let us not forget the ancient...

    What a Richard.

    Let us not forget the ancient proverb of electric guitar: He who is loudest, wins.
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    Great man. That is an enlightening interview....

    Great man.

    That is an enlightening interview. I haven't seen the Ted talk yet, will have to find it. I hear his Rig Rundown for Premier Guitar is a lesson as well.
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    I used to frequent a couple of jams. I've had a...

    I used to frequent a couple of jams. I've had a few nights where it was just an awesome experience. I've had a couple where I wish I hadn't bothered to show up. And mixed in are a ton of mediocre to...
  9. Thread: S2 Standards

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    Very likely. The neck rout in particular is...

    Very likely. The neck rout in particular is shallow and in my experience won't take anything deeper than about .75", which rules or any stacked designs.
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    That's what I'd expect to hear: a little stronger...

    That's what I'd expect to hear: a little stronger low end from the single cutaway.

    Both models normally only have a post beneath the bridge that connects the front to back. There was a run of...
  11. Thread: S2 Standards

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    It's comfortable on the forearm as well. Even the...

    It's comfortable on the forearm as well. Even the slight bevel on the SE One makes a difference.



    I see a kill switch on the bout with master volume, master tone, three way toggle and...
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    And it used to be quite the issue for some...

    And it used to be quite the issue for some people. "I paid $XXXX for this guitar and it doesn't even have two dots at the twelfth fret!?"

    I don't know what they use now, but the side dots used to...
  13. Thread: Grant Green

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    Just listened to Alive! for the first time. I...

    Just listened to Alive! for the first time. I definitely had my stank face on 'cause it's soooo funky in there! :congrats:
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    Dangit! If only the Singlecut had the same...

    Dangit! If only the Singlecut had the same control layout as the others, it would be perfect. But my mind is already humming with ideas on how to mod it! :evil:
  15. Thread: Grant Green

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    I really dig his early 70's funk stuff. I've only...

    I really dig his early 70's funk stuff. I've only heard one album from early in his career, Sunday Mornin' which is good, but I definitely lean heavily to the groovier stuff. I'm not really into...
  16. Thread: SE Mods

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    Go for it dude! It's not a lot of money and will...

    Go for it dude! It's not a lot of money and will be a nice upgrade in functionality with the locking posts and better gear ratio. Chuck the originals on eBay to make a few bucks back.
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    Chrome plated aluminum

    Chrome plated aluminum
  19. Right, the original winged tuners were modified...

    Right, the original winged tuners were modified Schallers and they had to grind down the D and G screw tabs in order to fit the headstock. In the mid-90's, they introduced a second version (not...
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    Oh for tight space, there's the Flashback Mini....

    Oh for tight space, there's the Flashback Mini. Beam whatever TonePrint to it for the voicing you want, and it does the whole strum-tempo-sync thing like its big brother.
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    I used to run the Flashback along with an Ibanez...

    I used to run the Flashback along with an Ibanez AD99. The AD99 is true analog and has a superb warmth to it. It was on my board from 1996 or '7 through 2013. I used it for short slap back and the...
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    Killer pair! I've been liking the Starla more and...

    Killer pair! I've been liking the Starla more and more since the S2 came out.
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    Awesome. I played bass in jazz band for two years...

    Awesome. I played bass in jazz band for two years in high school and it was a blast. Take care of the kid's ears. I have hearing damage in my left ear largely from sitting next to the lead trumpet...
  24. FWIW, I use the Bill Lawrence nickel approach. ...

    FWIW, I use the Bill Lawrence nickel approach.

    http://www.billlawrence.com/Pages/Pickupology/Introduction.htm


    For the rest of the world: a nickel is about 2mm thick.
  25. Make sure to do it at an appropriate volume. If...

    Make sure to do it at an appropriate volume. If you're strictly a bedroom player it's fine to do at lower volumes, but if you play in a band, adjust the heights at rehearsal/stage volume.
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