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Re: Tele rhythm -- what gauge wire?


 
5/19/2006 10:34 AM
David Schwab
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Re: Tele rhythm -- what gauge wire?
On 5/18/2006 4:53 PM, Zhangliqun said:  
 
quote:
"I know covers have this effect, but it just seems a lot more pronounced on a Tele rhythm than a humbucker."
 
 
Probably why I never liked Tele rhythm pickups!
 
5/19/2006 1:49 PM
Zhangliqun
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And why I made my Tele rhythm without the cover. It's a 9k that really sounds great without it -- clear as a bell but rude when you dig in. (I also radiused the mags...)
 
 
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5/19/2006 9:13 PM
Ken
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If you make Tele rhythm pups without the cover,  
you might think about wrapping them with string like the lead ones. I had a 1961 Tele once, it sounded awesome without the cover, but I got to strummin' one night and the high E slid under the top bobbin plate and pulled it off all the way to the G. Totally ruined a real preCBS pup too. I should have kept it, if I knew I was going to wind I would have.  
 
Ken
 
5/22/2006 12:06 PM
Zhangliqun
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I tape them pretty good and then pot 'em. No problems so far, but definitely some good advice to keep in mind.
 
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