Joined: 16 Jan 2008 Posts: 5945 Location: Montery Howl
Posted: Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:28 pm Post subject:
Very noice. Love that colour scheme.
Have you tried any of the CV 50's teles?
I wonder how the Baja pickups would compare... _________________ Last edited by laterallateral on Fri Sep 19, 2014 3:05 pm; edited 115,726 times in total
Thanks very much guys. Reminds me actually, which is in phase and which is out of phase out of the two middle positions? I can't tell because my ears are apparently retarded, I can just tell that they sound different... _________________ BEIGE PALACE
Thanks very much guys. Reminds me actually, which is in phase and which is out of phase out of the two middle positions? I can't tell because my ears are apparently retarded, I can just tell that they sound different...
Out of phase is when the S1 button is pushed in and your pickup selector is in position 2 (parallell) or 4 (series)
Mike had a Baja tele for a long time and did the best demo ever on youtube.
That'll be in series and out of phase, then? I really like the way it gives you series/parallel and phase switching without having silly switches.
Series and out of phase -S1 down and pickup selector in forward most position.
Parallel and out of phase -S1 down and pickup selector in 2nd position (after the bridge setting) _________________ J Mascis Jazzmaster | Baja Telecaster
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Ah-hah, I didn't even notice the crazy switch before, I thought everything was done with the four-way one. This should be fun to play with, even if I do now feel like a bit of an idiot. _________________ BEIGE PALACE
Joined: 23 Apr 2008 Posts: 114 Location: London, UK
Posted: Fri Aug 06, 2010 11:36 am Post subject:
I'm still looking for a tele (rosewood). I bought a MIM a while back, which was actually real nice, but i took it back due a fault. I tried a CV and didn't like the neck. It just felt plastic to me. I also tried a MIM 60 tele, which i wanted to like, but it didn't speak to me. Perhaps i should try more of them. I want a guitar to be set up well and play nice in the shop. That's what makes me want to buy it.
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