Item:Set of Ceramic Magnet Double Coil Humbucker Guitar Pickup(Neck+Bridge).
Fits For Most Double Coil Humbucker Guitar Parts Replacement.
Ceramic Magnet, 6 Non-Adjustable Slug Pole Pieces & 6 Adjustable Screws Pole Pieces.
Fully Wax Potted and Sealed to eliminate any unwanted feedback and noise.
One Pickup Includes 2 x Screws and 2 x Springs, easy to install.
N represents Neck ,B represents Bridge.
Position:Neck +Bridge Pickup.
Magnet: Ceramic Magnet.
Pole Pieces:6 Non-Adjustable Slug Pole Pieces & 6 Adjustable Screws Pole Pieces.
Pickup Pole Spacing: Neck-50mm,Bridge-52mm.
Neck Pickup – Total Resistance: 7-8k ohms, Single Coil Pickup is 3-4 K ohms.
Bridge Pickup – Total Resistance: 13-14k ohms, Single Coil Pickup is 7-8k ohms.
Bobbin:ABS Bobbin, Black.
Base Plate :Brass.
Output Line: Comes With 4 Core Shielded Cable to Facilitate Complex Pickup Switching Setups.
1 x Neck Pickup
1 x Bridge Pickup
4 x Screws
4 x Springs
The pick used by top musicians worldwide. Tortex picks are carefully designed and manufactured to give the characteristic maximum memory and minimum wear that made original tortoise shell famous. .60mm – Black 12 Picks Per Player’s Pack
Source: AXS TV
AXS TV’s The Big Interview With Dan Rather celebrates its landmark 100TH episode with an exclusive sit-down with The Beatles’ Ringo Starr, kicking off the second-half of the series’ sixth season on Tuesday, October 2, at 9pE/6pP.
During the candid conversation, Starr goes in-depth sharing stories from his acclaimed career as he talks about about his endless love of performing, his fateful introduction to the drums as a child during one of many arduous hospital stays, maintaining his sense of authenticity through the superstardom, and the brotherhood of The Beatles, while delving into his highly successful career traveling around the world with his spectacular All-Starr Band, performing rock n’ roll classics with a revolving roster of his famous friends and fellow legends.
Other second-half highlights include all-new in-depth interviews with soulful rocker Rod Stewart (Oct. 9); Country music superstar Toby Keith (Oct. 16); groundbreaking Southern Rock pioneers Lynyrd Skynyrd (Oct. 23); chart-topping rock mainstays Kansas (Oct. 30); award-winning folk artist Joan Baez (Nov. 6); beloved funnyman/actor Dan Aykroyd (Nov. 13); Blues guitar legend Buddy Guy (Nov. 20); multi-talented music man Kenny Loggins (Nov. 27); bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs (Dec. 4); rockabilly rebel Brian Setzer (Dec. 11); and guitar guru Dickey Betts (Dec. 18).
Since its premiere episode on September 16, 2013—featuring Oscar®-, Emmy®-, and Golden Globe®-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin—The Big Interview has put the spotlight on some of the most influential names in entertainment, giving viewers a rare glimpse into their personal lives and legendary careers as Dan Rather gets them to open up in his trademark fashion. The impressive roster of all-star guests reads like a definitive list of true Hollywood greatness, with Rather interviewing industry trailblazers such as Don Rickles, Merle Haggard, and Gregg Allman shortly before their deaths; as well as filmmakers Quentin Tarantino and Oliver Stone; comedienne/actress Carol Burnett; actors Keifer Sutherland and Benicio Del Toro; Country standouts Willie Nelson, Shania Twain and Keith Urban; and an eclectic collection of musical innovators that includes Robert Plant, Meat Loaf, Patti LaBelle, Neil Young, Roger Waters, Frankie Valli, Gene Simmons, Carlos Santana, Carly Simon, and Dolly Parton, to name only a few.
“For over six seasons, The Big Interview With Dan Rather has welcomed some of the most iconic and influential actors, musicians, filmmakers, and entertainers in the industry,” said Evan Haiman, vice president of music programming and production, AXS TV. “From Don Rickles to Dolly Parton, and Kid Rock to Jane Lynch, Dan Rather’s guest list defies era, genre, and medium, and truly has something for everyone to enjoy. The second cycle of season six continues the series’ unparalleled legacy, offering even more priceless insight into these larger-than-life superstars who have left an indelible mark on film, television, music, and art.”
AXS TV’S THE BIG INTERVIEW SCHEDULE:
Oct. 2 – Ringo Starr
Oct. 9 – Rod Stewart
Oct. 16 – Toby Keith
Oct. 23 – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Oct. 30 – Kansas
Nov. 6 – Joan Baez
Nov. 13 – Dan Aykroyd
Nov. 20 – Buddy Guy
Nov. 27 – Kenny Loggins
Dec. 4 – Ricky Skaggs
Dec. 11 – Brian Setzer
Dec. 18 – Dickey Betts
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This guitar is being sold as B-Stock due to some cracks in the finish on the back of the neck near the nut and on the top of the body near the control knobs (see detail photos). Besides the cosmetic damage, it is guaranteed to function perfectly and includes the original warranty. Vikings took no prisoners and neither will this versatile and elegant instrument. The all-rounder, it covers all genres, from blues to rock/fusion, jazz – and back. Arched semi-hollow maple body North American hard maple set neck Resinator fretboard Hagstrom pearl dot position marks H-Expander truss rod Hagstrom 18:1 die-cast tuners 24.75″ scale 2 Hagstrom HJ-50 humbuckers 3-way toggle pickup selector Long-travel Tune-o-matic-style Hagstrom trapeze tailpiece 2 volume and 2 tone controls Case sold separatelyReblogged 1 month ago from www.amazon.com
For use with Trans Tube Bandit/Delta Blues/Supreme Head/Acoustic 112/Mark VIII Footswitch, Bandit 65/75/80/112, Special 112/130/150, Studio Pro112, Envoy 110, Bravo 112, Classic 30 Head, Classic 30/112, Classic 50 Head, Classic 50/212, Classic 50/410 Classic 100 Head, Trans Tube Envoy, Protege, Tour TNT 115 Combo & Headliner Bass Amp Head
Having painted the final coat of pink on the front of the guitar, leaving to dry for a few days and on removing the masking tape, I found that the line around the top where it had been masked off was mostly very sharp.
However, there were one or two areas where the pink had bled under the tape. Not a big problem, relatively easy to fix.
More annoying was that the pink spray paint had got right underneath the guitar and onto areas which I hadn’t thought would be necessary to mask off.
This meant having to sand back the entire rear of the guitar again, which was a job I thought I’d already done for the last time.
After a light sanding of the pink paint on the front of the guitar, the piglet is ready to have the graphics applied.
Time to get out the original paper template (which I used to cut out the shape of the piglet earlier on in the project) and to tape it in position onto the front of the body.
Then with a sheet of carbon paper placed beneath the template I used a pencil to trace the outline and features of the cartoon pig onto the body top.
Just checking the image is transferring correctly.
Here we see the finished transfer of the image.
Next up will be to paint in the outline. The eyes, ears, snout and trotters are going to be applied using dry rub off transfers, which I will align to the carbon markings pictured above.
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The advanced jumbo style acoustic guitar is the go-to acoustic for beginners as well as professionals. Over the years, a wide range of artists including hank Williams, the Beatles, Elvis Costello, and Jeff tweedy of Wilco have chosen a jumbo style acoustic as their main tool for writing and performing. The Epiphone ft-100ce is a great acoustic guitar with a beautiful cutaway for great upper fret access that can keep up with you and it’s built with over a century of expertise and skill.
Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you’re at it. A hard case is included so you can keep your instrument safely packed away when you’re on the go. An easy-to-use clip-on tuner is included so you can keep your instrument in tune. A strap is included so you can practice or better yet perform while standing up. Strings are included so you have extra for later. Picks are included so you can start playing right out of the box.
Fender FA-100 Acoustic Guitar offers great Fender sound and tremendous value to everyone. A world of acoustic enjoyment starts right here — a rich-sounding dreadnought acoustic guitar with a spruce top with X bracing for full and resonant sound, body binding, exclusive Fender headstock shape, Fender pickguard, smooth-playing 20-fret hardwood fingerboard, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, forward strap button with internal block reinforcement, and chrome hardware. Spruce is the standard modern tonewood for fashioning the tops of acoustic guitars and other acoustic instruments — few woods can beat its strength, brightness and dynamic range, and it responds well to any acoustic playing style, from hard strumming to fast flatpicking to delicate fingerpicking.
Body: Laminated Spruce Top with Basswood Back and Sides
Body Finish: Gloss
FingerBoard: Laminated Hardwood
Hardware Finish: Chrome
Neck Finish: Gloss
Pickguard: 1-Ply Black
Position Inlays: Pearloid Dots
Body Shape: Dreadnought
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Shape: “C” Shape
Scale Length: 25.3″ (643 mm)
Fingerboard Radius: 11.81″ (300 mm)
Num of Frets: 20
Fret Size: Vintage-Style
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Nut Width: 1.650″ (42 mm)
Truss Rod: Dual-Action
Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Saddle
Tuning Machines: Die-Cast
100 Series, Sapele, Grand Auditorium, Cutaway, ES-T
Updated for 2017, the LTD ec-256 takes many of the coolest aspects of our higher-end EC series models, and offers them to you in a super-affordable guitar that’s ready to rock. A classic shape that’s excellent for all musical styles and genres, the ec-256 looks amazing in either black satin or Snow white finishes, and has multiple binding on the body and headstock like you expect from high-quality guitars. Playing the ec-256 is also a dream come true, with set-neck construction for fast and easy access to the highest frets. The ec-256 also features a mahogany body, a comfortable three-piece thin U-shaped mahogany neck, a rosewood fingerboard with Flag inlays and 22 extra-jumbo frets, and great-sounding ESP designed LH-150 pickups.