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Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Allparts/ABM 7 string TOM
Modifications (if any): None
Accessories (hardshell case etc): None...
No, it was the ebony board prototype - they very first one. Everything else was the same, except no locking tuners.
I had the prototype of these for my review that's posted here. The neck is fantastic - nice curve that sits in your hand well.
Yeah, I was going to correct him, since I bought one in 1981. :lol:
So many of those tones are EMG 81s that it might be a good place to start.
I guarantee some of what you're calling "Dad Rock" was either recorded with a Distortion or something similarly hot (~ 17K ceramic). ;)
The Distortion is the same wind as the JB with a massive (almost twice the size of the alnico, IIRC) ceramic magnet.
It's kind of a more "muscular" JB. I'd say it's closer than a Custom is - I have an Aldrich in the bridge of my '88 Dinky right now, which had a...
Try a Wolfetone Timbre Wolf. It's very JB-ish, but without the "wool".
They're pretty close, and the best of the "Pro" series from that era, closely followed by the Fusions. The Soloist Pro, Kelly Pro (good luck...
They already have one with the right tabs.
I'm pretty sure the Graphtech saddles will fit an Ibanez bridge. Not the lo-pro, but a Floyd Special will do - though drilling the plate will suck. ;)
Me too. The Charvels are way better
Agreed. I was completely underwhelmed.