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  • jazz and hotrails?

    would a jazz in the neck be a good match for a hotrails in the bridge in terms of output? I want to be able to have a useable sound when both pickups are on.
    "Your momma's whack, your granny's wack, I keep a handy wipe in my fanny pack" -Ill mitch

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    Re: jazz and hotrails?

    Hey poop; I can't answer your question, but I'm curious - you have a guitar thats a single coil at the bridge, and a full size humbucker at the neck?

    I just don't recall ever seeing a guitar like that before.

    Artie

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    • #3
      Re: jazz and hotrails?

      artie, that's probably a Standard fat tele.
      -Greg

      Guitars:
      2016 Ibanez RG6003FM (JB/'59nJ)
      2018 G&L Tribute Legacy (Hot Rails/stock/stock)
      2019 Squier Affinity Telecaster HH (Esquire'd w/ JB)
      Applause/Ovation AE28 Acoustic/Electric

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      • #4
        Re: jazz and hotrails?

        Doh! Yup . . . seen those.

        (That is cool!)

        Last edited by ArtieToo; 02-17-2005, 03:26 PM.

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        • #5
          Re: jazz and hotrails?

          yea, its a standard tele. Right now i have a stock single coil in the neck, but the guitar is routed for humbucker. There is such a huge output difference between the two pickups, i rarely use the neck
          "Your momma's whack, your granny's wack, I keep a handy wipe in my fanny pack" -Ill mitch

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