Max Output: 10 watt Speaker: 6.5inches Dimension: 11.8″(30cm) × 7″(18cm) × 11.4″(29cm) Net Weight: 5 pounds
100% Brand New ,High quality pickups
This listing is for 1-BRIDGE position pickup and 1-NECK position pickup – manufactured by Rave.
They feature non-adjustable solid nickel pole pieces.
Fully wax potted and sealed.
Two conductor wiring.
DC Resistance: Neck pickup is 12K – Bridge pickup is 12K. (impedance values vary slightly from pickup to pickup.)
Face Plate Dimensions: 9cm(L) 4.5cm (W) and 0.9cm (H)
Pickup Dimensions: 7.2cm(L) 3.5cm (W) and 1.9cm (H)
The pole spacing for the BRIDGE pickup is 52mm, and 50mm for the NECK pickup.
Two pickups, Two pickup rings and pickup ring mounting screws.
Finally happy with the brown finish on the rear and sides of the guitar body, it was time to move onto painting the front in a shade of piggy pink. Which meant of course applying a liberal amount of masking tape to the sides (and overlapping onto the rear) so as to keep those areas from getting sprayed pink.
I figured the centre section of the back would be safe from overspray. I daresay some pink paint will bleed into the tape around the top edge of the guitar but I am hoping that I will be able to clean that up later.
Here (above) is the piggy still wet with the first few layers of pink paint applied.
And here it is again, after the first spaying had been allowed to dry for several days, then sanded back to a flat finish, and with the next coat of pink paint applied. It’s building up quite a nice finish now, but I expect I’ll give it another coat before sanding back to a matt finish and then applying the graphics.
Speaking of the graphics, my plan is to transfer the picture of the cartoon pig from my orignal template to the top of the guitar using carbon paper, and then to make the image permanent using paint pens and possibly also dry rub-off decal paper (for more detailed areas such as the nose, eyes, ears). The above photo shows a piece of scrap wood from the build – you can see where I’ve already made test drillings in it from earlier on in the build – and which I now have sprayed in the same piggy pink so as to test the set of paint pens that I have. As you can see, some colours work better than others. I have also clear-coated this test piece to ensure that there aren’t going to be any issues with paints reacting with one another.
I really do want to crack on with this project now as we’d like to start using it for gigs soon. There’s a festival we’re playing in August at which we’d really like to have the guitar, so I’m hoping we can finish it within the next month.
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The Underground Thieves, a Southern California-based music collective led by artist/songwriter/producer Nick Perri, released its new single and accompanying music video today.
Titled “Whole Lotta Money,” the upbeat, fuzz-guitar-driven anthem is the band’s eighth release to date, and the second to feature Perri on lead vocals.
“Whole Lotta Money” has already started earning acclaim for its captivating sounds and confident moods from the band’s music industry contemporaries, including Greta Van Fleet’s Danny Wagner, Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr, and Gibson’s Director of Brand Experience, Mark Agnesi.
“I haven’t heard a song that has made me literally want to get up and get a guitar and start playing immediately since I was a little kid.” – Danny Wagner
“This song is infectious. You can’t not boogie when you hear it. And, not only does it contain Nick Perri’s fantastic guitar playing, but he has stepped up to the vocal mic and is singing his ass off.” – Charlie Starr
“The guitar playing, the tones, that drum groove, the hook…everything about it is infectious.” – Mark Agnesi
Produced by Perri, “Whole Lotta Money” features Justin DiFebbo (K-Floor) on Hammond organ and synthesizer, Brian Weaver (Silvertide) on bass, Anthony Montesano and Michael Montesano (Pepper’s Ghost) on background vocals, and new Underground Thieves’ addition Zil Fessler (Rusted Root) on drums.
“I wanted to write something fun and empowering about being grateful for what you have, and not relying on mater- ial goods for happiness,” said Perri, who—embracing his roots—delivers a passionate, minute-long guitar solo in the track. “I’m singing from the heart and through my guitar. This song is honest and authentically me.”
Longtime Thieves collaborator Austin M. Bauman filmed the one-shot music video, taking viewers on a tour of Perri’s neighborhood as Perri and friends showcase their feel-good summer strut. The video is available to stream below and on the group’s official YouTube channel.
“We try to up our own game with each music video, continually broadening our band’s horizons,” said Perri. “This video has been the most exciting one to create.”
“Whole Lotta Money”—along with The Underground Thieves’ seven preceding singles is available on iTunes, Spotify and other major music networks. It was mixed and mastered by Marc DiSisto, whose credits include U2, Pink Floyd, Sheryl Crow, Joe Cocker and Don Henley, among other classic rock and pop icons. DiSisto also engi- neered Silvertide’s “Show & Tell” album, on which Perri was lead guitarist and co-songwriter.
Four singles, dubbed “chapters,” have yet to be released in The Underground Thieves’ 12-part story, a plan detailed by Perri last year. The band will release these anticipated chapters in real-time, upon completion of each song. Fol- lowing the release of its twelfth chapter, the band will compile all chapters into a full-length album to be distributed both physically and electronically.
The Underground Thieves’ seventh single, “White Noise,” was voted song/video of the week in the UK by Louder-Sound.com and Classic Rock Magazine, whose review described the track as, “An enveloping swirl of ’70s glam- tinged vocals and warming, melodious Americana that grows into something bigger and almost psychedelic.”
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