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Old 07-04-2006, 10:20 AM
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Thanks for taking the time bud. I'll be doing this soon and this guide should help tons. Keep up the good work.
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No prob, guys. I need to go through and revise some stuff... i noticed a few spelling errors and a couple pictures in the wrong place! D'oh! And after two years, too
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Holy crap, has this really been on here for one and a half years? I never noticed it. Is that pickup still up for grabs (doubt it)? It's quite possible that I'll take it.
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Yeah dude. If you're itnerested, lemme know...
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Great guide Now all I need to do is get a guitar worth upgrading stupid Ltd f-50 (please no one buy one unless you like insanly high action to avoid fret buzz and muddy pups oh and towering pick frets lol i swear its like playing on a scalopped neck I dont even touch the Fret board when playing) Well I fixed the action and fret buzz now atleast.
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Thanks so much for posting this. I have a 1990 Les Paul Junior I want to put a really vintage dog ear P-90 on - have any suggestions for a retarded neophyte?
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"F" size poles vs standard

Can I put a pair of antiquity humbuckers in my 72 RI tele custom deluxe or will the poles not match up?? I read that there is a "F" sizing for fender guitars and that the standard PAF Gibson sizing does not match up the string correctly over the poles. I really want those in my guitar, but is the trembucker the size I need cuz it's not a tremelo bridge its a fixed bridge or is it still fender "F" sizing?? And how is their sound compared to the antiquity? I have seen antiquity hums in telecasters before, but I'm confused??
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