Hiya folksI have one cbg that when I use the g b and e strings the high g string always breaks when I try to tune it to gdg so I tried using the a d and g strings the a string breaks. This is the…Continue
Hello all. I want to put fretboard on my cbg. My question is that if I put a 1/4 inch fret board on a 3/4 inch neck that makes the neck pretty beefy at one inch. Am I missing something about fret…Continue
"Hi Mark, keep in mind that the lighter the string the less energy it produces when plucked so less volume from your guitar.
I normally run 13 or 16 gauge as my 1st string tuned dad, I just strung up my latest CBG to open A it has a 10g first.…"
"Not sure what you are using for a nut....I had trouble tuning up my e string to a g so I bought a set of extra slinky strings with .008 gauge e string....read that going from .009 to .008 would help this....only been a few days so can't really…"
Hiya folksI have one cbg that when I use the g b and e strings the high g string always breaks when I try to tune it to gdg so I tried using the a d and g strings the a string breaks. This is the only cbg that I have made that does this. All the others I use g b and e strings and it works fine. Am I missing something? ?????????????See More
"For the amp or for the guitar?
Most small amps use a 10k to 50k for volume. Ruby amps, Smokey amps, Little Gem and Noisy Cricket amps all use a 10k pot for volume.
Guitars will use 250k for most single coil pickups, 500k for double coil…"
unless you use a huge capacitor all should be good. you are basically making a first order low pass filter by bridging the speaker with a cap or a high pass filter putting it inline with the positive speaker lead. dont use…"
"Depends on what you want to do.
In series a cap filters out the low end, and a smaller cap filters more than a big cap.
in parallel a cap filters out the high end and a bigger cap filters out more than a smaller cap.
caps in parallel make for a…"