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American Pie The Beginning

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erasmo Coco on Sunday. 1 Reply

rip Chuck, losing these guys too quickly nowContinue

James Cotton

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erasmo Coco Mar 18. 2 Replies

RIP James Cotton, another one goneContinue

small spider bridge

Started this discussion. Last reply by JL Mar 2. 9 Replies

The thermatic cooling fan in my ute [truck to you N American guys] died, so after replacing it, i was about to throw the old one away, but being a cbg scrounger i thought i'd see what it might…Continue

Thread and post continuity

Started this discussion. Last reply by darryl kernaghan May 15, 2016. 4 Replies

So,a couple of recent threads have resulted in muliple replies,covering a few pages,i've noticed that even when posters use the reply tag,that the thread becomes jumbled and not continuous and…Continue

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darryl kernaghan replied to David Harris's discussion Making Useful Pickups With Neodymium in the group Skeesix CBG Pickups
"I use those magnets on all my  flat pups and induction type pickups   John, they work fine, i have had no bad tonal issues, having  said that, i've not used them in a conventional single pole design, but see no reason for them…"
7 hours ago
darryl kernaghan replied to Bob Johnston's discussion Four string Pup's on three string CBG's
"No tests or data to back this up, but at some point the magnetic pull has to effect the strings ability to vibrate /oscillate i'd think, and effect volume less than sustain probably, as i say, just my thoughts."
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darryl kernaghan replied to Bob Johnston's discussion Four string Pup's on three string CBG's
"Either way will work fine Bob, do what you think looks best"
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Erasmo Coco replied to darryl kernaghan's discussion American Pie The Beginning
"I agree.Hopefully they won't be forgotten."
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American Pie The Beginning

rip Chuck, losing these guys too quickly nowSee More
Mar 18
darryl kernaghan replied to Dee Ann's discussion Need help on scarf joint headstock thinning and tuners
"My mistake Dee Ann, from your original post i thought you were running out of neck length, that is the only reason i suggested thinning the bottom, if you have plenty of wood , certainly thin the top, it helps everything, break angle h/stock length…"
Mar 18
Erasmo Coco replied to darryl kernaghan's discussion James Cotton
Mar 18
darryl kernaghan replied to Dee Ann's discussion Need help on scarf joint headstock thinning and tuners
"Hi Dee Ann, like most of us, you are learning things the hard way, normally, the easiest way to thin the head is , just sand the top till it is ok, but , that is now going to alter your nut position due to your lack of length, so now you have to do…"
Mar 17
darryl kernaghan replied to Grandpa G's discussion Nut Challenges
"One way to control a file better so your dominant arm does,nt take over is to draw file the material, hold the file horizontal, at about 45 degrees to your work and pull towards yourself, it is an old method of leveling engine block head joints…"
Mar 17
darryl kernaghan replied to Don Richards's discussion Sloppy neck to box notch joint in the group Building a Cigar Box Guitar 101
"just find a nice bit of wood, or any material that you think will look good, cut it to fit nice around your neck, and trim the outside to whatever shape you like and glue it to the front face of the box, done well it can look like a feature instead…"
Mar 17
darryl kernaghan replied to Brent Kasl's discussion Multiple piezo wiring
"Yes Brent, just join them to the pot as in the diagram, as if they were a single piezo"
Mar 17
Ron "Oily" Sprague replied to darryl kernaghan's discussion James Cotton
"This both blows, and sucks..."
Mar 17
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currently around 50
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just the simplicity or complexibility,however you feel like taking it

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At 10:39am on February 25, 2017, Andries D. EKER said…

Thanks Darryl ! Glad you liked it ! Greeeeettssszz A.D.

At 3:24am on February 14, 2017, Moritz Voegeli said…

P.S. Darryl hi, by chance I came across the comment you sent on August 5, 2016 to Phil Hale: «Just for a clarification...» See my posting «Ok Scott, let's speak about ethics and respect...» and the discussion that followed from December 31, 2016 in «joes flatpickup». Seems I'm alone to speak clear text with our friend: his best contribution to low impedance pickup design would be to shut up for a month and study a textbook about elementary electrotechnics. Or is this thread kind of electrotechnical kindergarden? Have a good day!

At 12:43am on February 14, 2017, Moritz Voegeli said…

Darryl hi, we have lost a lot of the early discussions because the license plate pickup thread has disappeared. SO SAD, TOTAL DISASTER!

At 4:19am on August 6, 2016, Philip Hale said…
I know exactly what you mean, I think a few people came to the same conclusion, including me.
Take Care
Phil
At 5:26am on July 18, 2016, Jonno said…
Hi Darryl. Just noticed friend request. Accepted. Cheers. Jonno
At 2:07am on February 23, 2016, Bristol Blue said…

Hey Darryl , you're a  lucky bunch of buggers over there . I only found CW Stoneking by accident last summer while looking at some "Blues" section in HMV Bristol ... which typically touts Joe Bonamassa stuff lol ! I was'nt on line apart from work so took a chance on buying all 3 cd's at once and wasn't let down . I was drawn in partly  by the imagery and the fact the guy has a reclaimed valve amp called Kelvin ;-) 

At 3:29pm on January 28, 2016, Andries D. EKER said…

Hi There Darryl ! Thanks for the nice compliment ! Glad you liked it, you must bee wondering down under whats that dutchie got to do whit Old Ned, got me a Sister living on Tasmania Australia  ,when you got famely living there you tend to get more in to the lay of the land so to speak, but for real i got interested in the story way back in the 60 when mick Jagger started making a movie about him,( Like the Other one better Tho) Thanks & Greeeeettsszzz A.D.

At 3:06am on April 3, 2015, Richey Kay said…

Thanks for the add mate - weird, I thought we already were too! Would appreciate some pics thanks. I will be attempting a neck through for my first attempt, and, lacking a router I will be attempting to cut the cavities with a drill and chisels :)

At 8:35am on March 27, 2015, The Phrygian Kid said…
Yeah mate that'll buck for sure. You can shield the cavities but lately I prefer to just shield the coil itself, a layer of grounded foil around the outside works great, stick it back in your winder and hide that under a wee bit of sewing thread and a splash of superglue.
At 4:14pm on March 2, 2015, Scott aka Farmer Ted said…

Thanks Darryl, request accepted. Thanks for looking into the pickup winding counter info. I already have a sewing machine set up, and have been using it. But now I need to make consistent winds for humbucking applications. Cheers.

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machinehead screws

Posted on January 30, 2014 at 4:16am 6 Comments

can anyone tell me where those small screws for retaining tuning pegs go?do they have a meeting place,say like loose screw nation?are they at your place visiting your machinehead retaining screws?if they are could you send them home?at least 3 of the goldy looking ones anyway,thx

 
 
 

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