another Blackknife

Re: another Blackknife

Postby tomtom1966 » Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:54 am

Dozin wrote:With the pickups squeezed together it gives more bite or presence. The 87 Blackknife had Bartilini pickups in it. SPC control and volume. 3 toggles, pickup cuts.


I assume they were single coil?....active or passive? Im not a big electronics guru so sorry for the amaturish question.
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Re: another Blackknife

Postby Dozin » Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:56 am

active pickups. The SPC requires a battery to operate.
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Re: another Blackknife

Postby mkaufman » Thu Mar 29, 2012 1:56 pm

I'll post them after Chris decides one way or another.

Don't want anyone stepping on Chris's toes!

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Re: another Blackknife

Postby Jack Straw » Thu Mar 13, 2014 2:50 pm

congrats on the new guitars Chris!! VERY nice indeed!!
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I see in that pic of Rich, the guitar has one of those locking "speed nuts". I wonder if that's why Weir didn't use it? I have always wanted to install one, but everyone I spoke to about them said they were basically junk. I even bought one a while back, but both places I brought it to said they couldn't install it on any of my Modulus guitars, and even if they could, they suggested I shouldn't. I think the one I bought is made by Kalher maybe?

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