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  1. Have the guy show a pic of the inside of the control cavity lid. Should be a label there
  2. Who is known to be the best amp repair shop in Chicago? Asking for a friend 😜
  3. A friend of mine from high school does these custom hand builts... Pretty damn Impressive. I was looking at his Facebook page tonight, actually first time I'd dove into his page, and there was a clip of Jake Kershaw from PSP12., using one of Rick's works https://www.facebook.com/jacob.kershaw.148/videos/2106087493054541/UzpfSTE2NTIzNTc5NDk6MTAyMTEwMjIzNTE2Njg3MDc/ On Instagram Rick Crownover
  4. Here is the jist of it all. Pretty much measure and find a bone or other material nut to fit http://www.graphtech.com/products/brands/tusq/tusq-guitar-nuts
  5. The software times out the ability of the author to make changes after a few minutes
  6. The OP should put "Sold" if it is sold. The marketplace here is provided free, with responsibility in follow-through or corrections left to the original poster. Deleting a for-sale post gets rid of history, which often contains valuable information that is relevant to those doing their homework for a new purchase or sating of GAS.
  7. I use D'Addario XL125, which have the regular gauge strings at the bottom end and "9's" at the high end. Works great for me. I use low action and, since my hands don't sweat in fretting, the strings last a long time. I am a firm believer in not stressing the neck and have the notion that lighter strings require less tension to reach pitch. Stay away from stainless, unless you are prepared to foot the eventual premature re-fret. Moving between adjacent gauges in strings require no to little relief adjustment, particularly in anything less than continuously humid regions. People tinker to say they have tried. My two cents
  8. Step away from the drill and put your hands on the car...
  9. Loosen the jack nut and put a large washer on it whose hole is the diameter of the jack and tighten. The washer will hit the edges further up from the wooden channel. Could also use a short bushing.
  10. Not at all. One the best sounding H150s I have has Burstbuckers in it and it sounds really good.
  11. mars_hall

    '15 PSP VIII

    This album contains pictures from the eighth Parsons Street Pilgrimage held July 31, 2015
  12. Looks like the pathway to the finish room. If you look out the window here on the left, you see the stack. First door on the left, the old John.
  13. mars_hall

    '14 PSP VII

    This album contains pictures from the seventh Parsons Street Pilgrimage held August 1, 2014
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