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alesha

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  1. I once tried to have my jazzmaster wired for serial/parallel switch using the rhythm circuit switch. The sound was outstanding, but it didn't work as I wanted it to work. It did the following: - the lead circuit was all traditional with neck, middle and bridge positions. - the rhythm circuit was like this 1) neck = neck 2) middle = neck 3) bridge = neck and bridge in series. How do I have to wire my JM to have this: - normal lead circuit with a switch that changes series/parallel when the middle position is engaged - normal rhythm circuit What? 2way switch? Push/pull? Can anyone help me to find a diagram for this?
  2. I once tried to have my jazzmaster wired for serial/parallel switch using the rhythm circuit switch. The sound was outstanding, but it didn't work as I wanted it to work. It did the following: - the lead circuit was all traditional with neck, middle and bridge positions. - the rhythm circuit was like this 1) neck = neck
  3. I once tried to have my jazzmaster wired for serial/parallel switch using the rhythm circuit switch. The sound was outstanding, but it didn't work as I wanted it to work. It did the following: - the lead circuit was all traditional with neck, middle and bridge positions. - the rhythm circuit was like this 1) neck = neck
  4. Good day, I recently have removed the tone pot on my jazzmaster equipped with antiquity 2 and also bypassed the rhythm circuit. Now my jazzmaster screams like crazy dunno-what, though the sound is still good. what was wrong? Should I have changed the volume pot to 500k?
  5. Thanks! By the way my decision was based on this comparison, It seems like SM57 is really far behind. https://soundcloud.c...5-vs-sm57-vs-m3 Note that the order is as mentioned below "Samples are played in the following order: Apex 435 ($75, large diaphragm condenser); Rode M3 ($175, small diaphragm shotgun condenser); Shure SM57 ($100, dynamic)"
  6. My budget is no more than $150 dollars, I am post rock maker who wants to buy the most versatile mic for home recording (don't want to spend a thousand dollars in any studio - I've got enough experience to do it alone). So my choice fell between SM57 and Rode M3. As I said I'm in love with post-rock so my tone is nothing but 95% clean. But still sometimes I go drone and ambient. My G is Jazzmaster. Currently I'm leaning towards Rode M3 simply because its sound is more clear and airy. SM57 was mentioned above because it seems to be the most popular mic for home recording. GIMME your $0.02
  7. What's the color of the picjguard? how can I find this one?
  8. Yeah your thoughts about the pickguard sound real, seems like the former owner wanted to isolate the pickups (the pickguard is made of iron) Thank you guys! Now I`m sure enough that my investment is not wasted. As fot the sound I totally love it, it seems like i've found exactly «mine». Sound is full of sparks when using both pups and the guitar sounds really deep but still clear on the neck pup. As for the bridge pup I use it only when I am Jack White in my garage. Before this I used telecaster american standard and telecaster 72 deluxe, I liked both, but the first was too bright and the second was too muddy. Jazzmaster combines the two.
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