Came in from a rainy Thursday on the avenueThought I heard you talking softlyI logged on the HCAF, rigtalk, and the pornhub tooStill I can't escape the ghost of you
What has happened to it all?Crazy some......MORE »
You'll have to replace the control pots as well as the pickups. The jack and switch can be reused.Most likely, you'll need to do some soldering to remove the EMGs (I think ESP doesn't use the solderless system for the......MORE »
Hey YGGR (ESP 348)!
Thanks for the nice responce!
I have a pretty light playing style and don't do much string bending
I'm so lazy with my light touch that I actually don't bend strings or do any......MORE »
The 60 is OK, but the 60A is sweeter sounding IMO. I do not plan to own another 81 for a long time. When people say EMGs sound sterile, they mean the 81. The 85 is so good in the bridge. I'm more into the SA pups lately......MORE »
EMG 85? Those aren't Kirk's specs. You must be a Matt Heafy fan. Trivium was supposed to be the next Metallica, you know.
I was going to get a birth year LP & put chrome hardware on it but those 80s customs go for $3K......MORE »
That custom looks really good blacked out. For me Gibsons are hit or miss, 95% of the ones I pickup up do nothing for me,
The other 5% are buy it imediately or you will regret not buying it type of......MORE »
Yes, drummers are harder to find. If you're a drummer then there's lots of opportunities. If you know when to take them, you know. There's a lot of opportunities, and if not then you can make them. Make or break them.......MORE »
Ultra Thin CA glue (you can find it at most hobby shops), an exacto knife and a razor blade. Depending on how much it's risen (and if you can push it in) you might just be able to wick some glue in under the edge to get......MORE »