Konfyouzd
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Konfyouzd

certainly uncertain, Male, 33, from Seattle, WA

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    1. The Spanish Inquisition
      The Spanish Inquisition
      You repped me on the comment of the three legs with "Should've known it was you". So that means people expect things from me :p
    2. The Spanish Inquisition
      The Spanish Inquisition
      Am I such a liability :lol: ?
    3. M3CHK1LLA
    4. HurrDurr
      HurrDurr
      Hah, so the few that could see it became The Disciples of Djod?
    5. HurrDurr
      HurrDurr
      Dude, please elaborate on what the deal is with 40% of the SSO community have a "Djod Disciple" signature. What does it mean, is it a cult, and where do I sign up if I approve? :lol::lol:
    6. Abolyshed
      Abolyshed
      I have never had one unravel, but mine aren't as thick I bet that's why you have that problem. But then again that's what you need, thicker strings for the low notes. I'm trying to get it set up perfect and I haven't really messed around with a bridge like this. I'll definitely try thicker strings next time.
    7. Abolyshed
      Abolyshed
      That's weird that your 9 gauge string is better for that because it seemed like the thicker it got the worse it was for me. But ya that makes sense if chords sound in tune it should be good. I'm worried about my bridge though. Someone told me that if your bridge isn't level it can make strings break (or cause other issues), do you know if this is true? I was going to make the thicker strings higher by raising one side (trying to get rid of all the buzzing) but leave the thin side lower for comfort. I guess if that was as good idea they would make them all like that in the factory. Do you do anything like that to your bridge?
    8. Abolyshed
      Abolyshed
      Hey I'm having an issue with my RGA8, I know you have owned different RG 8's right? I though you might be able to help me.
      I have switched from the stock strings (10-72 I think) to d'addario's 10-74. I can't get the intonation on the bottom strings to be correct, but I'm not sure if it's just because of the thickness. You know how if you fret the string to hard you can raise it above the intended note which that fret should be? I can't tell if I'm just doing that or if it's actually off. It's just the 2 bottom ones, mostly the 8th, that have that issue. I can push extra hard and then release and it ALMOST hits the note dead on. I think it's just the thickness.

      Also, there's two bolts on either side of the bridge that raise/lower the strings from the neck, well I've adjusted the one closest to the lower thicker strings but when I get rid of all the buzz the top strings seem uncomfortably high off the board. Maybe lower the thin string side and raise the thick string side?
    9. TomAwesome
      TomAwesome
      Go for it. :yesway:
    10. Mattmc74
      Mattmc74
      Posted up some more pics of my build today, started the tru-oil finish!!! :hbang:
    11. Jackson12s
      Jackson12s
      Fellow programmer ;D
    12. Mattmc74
    13. skeels
      skeels
      Glad you dig it man. :)
      KC has a huge backlog of good stuff.
      See now that's "progressive" to me...
    14. skeels
      skeels
      Hey man. I know you play sax, so I thought you might dig this old KC tune. I llove horn- Coltrane reLLY CHANGED MY APPROACH TO WHAT LEAD GUITAR COULD SOUND LIKE! Holy Caps Lock! oops! King Crimson - Starless (HD) - YouTube
    15. codycarter
      codycarter
      It seems like I always end up in the same thread as you talking about lace pickups haha
      This may be a little stale of a question, but would an x-bar in the bridge of an 8 string give me a sharp and aggressive tone with plenty of treble and upper mids in a hi gain, mid boosted environment? I was planning on getting a Cepheus in the bridge and a Bass bar in the neck, but that would look stupid in a hot pick guitar, so maybe I could get by with an xbar? Deathbars seem just too scooped and bassy for me
    16. Idontpersonally
    17. Abolyshed
      Abolyshed
      Thanks for the advice.
    18. Stealthdjentstic
    19. Abolyshed
      Abolyshed
      Hey I just tuned my 8 string from F Bb Eb Ab Db Gb Bb eb to a tenor tuning wich is Bb Eb Ab Dd Gb Bb eb Ab (or the low Bb can be a drop Ab). What ever gauge it is its really floppy in F, but now the tenor tuning is really tight because the 7 6 and 5th strings are a 4th higher ex: Bb way up to Eb. Do you think this tightness will damage my neck by pulling it too much and result in bad action?
    20. Abolyshed
      Abolyshed
      Ya that makes sense.. I saw a pic on here of the prestige model, so mint.
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