Detest what you want - but in 2006 or so they've changed the wire from plain enamel to polysol. In a Semi, I can picture getting a really lovely 60s vibe. I tried posting up the spec lists for comparison here but it wont format properly. Gibby Probuckers have alnico Vs in them. The 335 is one of the best sounding guitars I've ever owned or played. Is there any difference in sound between older 90's vs. The 490 into this amp nailed every note tone perfectly.
Parking lights in bumper 5. Below is one such link. Added sparkle and harmonics were plentiful. I don't see why you couldn't. And as you can see, the grill is different from the two previous designs as well. If you hold it while someone is playing nearby. ~The stock '55 hardtop had a Ford Crest emblem on both sides.
The Marshallheads are probably my go to for playing anything. The quest goes on for me adrian. . If you want a warm tone, go with a 1 in the neck and a 2 in the bridge. I'd hesitate to recommend, as I'm not much into pickup balancing - I almost never have my volume controls set the same, much less on 10. It's my favorite Gibson pickup. Many hardtops for '55s were converted to porthole tops.
I knew it sounded good, but some good friends of mine who are great players and know tone really well agree with me. After trying the Antiquity Stratocaster pickups last time around and discovering that they were the best of the group, I was quite intrigued to see how the humbucker set would fair. You could just drop a Classic 57+ in the Bridge as well. Could be my guitar though, it's the fattest sounding guitar that I've ever played. I just wish it had a little more output, cause pinch harmonics are a little harder to achieve than some of my other guitars. Thanks Dose my English is very bad, I only speak French at home and at Work. As soon as I post this I'm gonna duck.
Oddly i recently had all three in same lp. It had to be added to bumper 1. If you like things a little hotter, go with a 2 in the neck and a 3 in the bridge. So lowering your Dimarzio doesn't help any? Pole pieces rarely line up on any guitar blade pickups are the best in theory but you will be fine--you can play with the screw heights on the bucker if you need to. Custom Cables ship in 2 business days.
Look at a strat--all 3 pickups are the same width and the bridge pickup which needs to be widest is canted, making it the narrowest. Still, I reckon you could adjust the polepieces to iron that out somewhat. The pickups are also wax-potted. Musician's Friend is a registered trademark of Musician's Friend Inc. Currently with the 57 Classic Plus I find it a bit harsh in the top end.
The older a new C57s are not the same. It's far different from say. Running the number 2 in the bridge and number 1 in the neck was my favorite combination after both pickups were wax potted. I was thinking I would need to go with some lower output Burstbuckers to get tone heaven. My personal prefference is the 57' classics all I hear is early Eric Clapton every time I plug up a guitar with those. The self-adjusting wing support automatically adjusts to your head size for easy-wearing listening comfort. In fact my guess is they started life as a lowly 210 which I personally prefer over the trimmier Bel Air.
I like them both equally. Don't come over here much, so if this is the millionth time this has been brought up, just direct me to where I'm supposed to go. For the neck i have a 57' classic humbucker. The Burstbucker would be my first choice. The first Thunderbirds through the assembly line were completed in September of 1954. Maybe I should've done this a long time ago?? If I could afford it I'd put a set in every humbucker guitar I own. Doesn't do you much good, as I thing your pups are stock already.