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RE: (TV) dudes, i'm very impulsive...
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- Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 02:41:41 -0800 (PST)
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I thought those screws where for sticking picks under
--- Maurice Rickard <email@example.com> wrote:
> At 12:46 PM -0800 3/15/06, robin dunn wrote:
> >so, maurice, there is hardware that would go where
> >those screws are whatever are? close up in the
> >picture, it actually looks like three small, gold,
> >round heads.
> Yeah, those three screws attach a curved piece of
> metal to the body,
> which a separate tailpiece mounts to. The vibrato
> arm attaches to
> that tailpiece, so moving the arm flexes that curved
> metal piece,
> giving you a slight surfy vibrato. I use heavy
> strings, so I didn't
> get enough effect out of it to keep it on--instead,
> it just went out
> of tune. (Hey, great! A go-out-of-tune lever!
> Just what I need!)
> I think that's why most people just use the
> bridge/tailpiece (and probably why Gibson used the
> bridge/tailpiece from the Jrs).
> You can kind of see it in the photos of this
> Somewhere I might have photos of when I left it on,
> but it's not been
> on the guitar in quite a while, in part because of
> the tuning, and in
> part because it was just more comfortable to play
> without all that
> metal sticking up where my hand usually goes.
> Maurice Rickard
> http://mauricerickard.com/ |
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