Rusty the Scoob wrote:You can't sell that guitar, man, it's beautiful!
Yeah, that's what was going round and round last night playing it... I made everything specifically to suit/fit me, and it does
I'm afraid the only way I'll get out of selling it, is if someone buys some land we have for sale, straight away!
broesau wrote:Can you give us a breakdown of what all the knobs and switches do? I think I count 6 mini toggles.
The 3 inline toggles are series/parallel/single coil for each pup
The one closest to the jack is the OBEL Y/N switch
The one above it is the Blaster Fixed/Variable Gain Switch
And the one above the neck/mid tone control is for UGB/Blaster
Main Volume with pull up switch to bypass all the active electronics leaving a typical 'Passive' circuit
Tone for Neck/Mid
Tone for Bridge
5 way Fender style pup selector switch
Front Cavity will hold 2 batteries for the time being, but it's big enough to put something else in there in the future.
I'm just trying to decide now, whether or not to have:
1) The UGB on all the time, into OBEL, into Blaster, Main Vol, out...
2) Or, as I have been doing on mods lately, having an either/or circuit with the UGB on OR the Blaster, into OBEL, Main Vol, out...
I know, the second way, the either/or, adds dirt before the effects if you have the Gain turned up, but with it in Unity Mode, it's pretty clean, and it sounds pretty good this way...
I haven't tried it the first way... any thoughts?
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