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Wiring advice for 3 L-45s (topic)
Hello, I wonder if anyone can offer some suggestions on how to wire a strat pickguard with 3 L-45S in it.  I hope you don't mind all my questions. For quite a while I've been thinking of replacing the SSH pickguard in my (mahogany body)...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate

sdavidp

Fri, Jun 27, 2014 09:58:46
L-280S vs L-45S  (topic)
I'd like to upgrade the neck pick up of my strat.I use that position only for clean tones and arpeggios (pick or fingers), which one is more indicated? Or better, in what do they differ?Thanks
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate

elKarro

Fri, May 17, 2013 09:46:11
strat pickups chosen  (topic)
Background info from previous thread. My son has MIM hss strat, wants a metal sound. I want him to still have a strat that is able to play a variety of styles.Anyway we've decided , after looking at many threads on this site , on a...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate

Guitardad

Thu, Jul 14, 2011 23:27:20
Solidbody Jazz Guitar  (topic)
I can only hope I'm posting this in the right place...Here is the situation:-I'm building a guitar philosophically based on Bill's L-6S.  That is to say, starting with a bright wood (maple on the L-6S, mine will be a close match,...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate

DKjazz

Tue, Dec 28, 2010 22:33:21
Matchmaker  (topic)
I have an old peavey tracer with a hum single single configuration, I was wondering what you guys had to say about a l-500 in the bridge and a l-45 in the neck. Then I could wire it to just use two pickups (i'm not a fan of the...
Bill Lawrence Wilde-Gate

s3r3nitys33k3r3

Thu, Jun 25, 2009 20:42:19
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