NGD Yes I Lied

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  1. redman

    redman Well-Known Member Supporting Member+

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    I said I was finished buying guitars but as @tobijohn said I didn't have anything with P90's so I just bought this.

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  2. redman

    redman Well-Known Member Supporting Member+

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    I have got to quit buying guitars bump. I've got a set of Grover's that will fit this I'll have to order a nut but I want to see how the OME does first and from what I've heard the P90's are good to go we'll see.
     
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    This site is like a bad fixer...now I'm thinking about 12 string gits, oh I don't have a P90 guitar, I don't have a Tele or Strat type... you're killing me, Smalls!
     
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    uwmcscott AGF Survivor Champ

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    I would agree with you that everyone should have a P90 guitar if they have the means. And since you didn't have one, getting one with 3 is even better. The liquid is another Rondo guitar I've always wanted to try out - mojo for safe shipping and a quick arrival!
     
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  5. tobijohn

    tobijohn The Great Enabler Gold Supporting Member

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    Well, cross that off the list but you still need something with mini-humbuckers. Any old P90 Agile AL or SX Callisto can be converted...:)
     
  6. tobijohn

    tobijohn The Great Enabler Gold Supporting Member

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    Normally, I'd insist that you also have semi-hollows with that pickup triad but I'm going to let you slide on that. An electric 12 string at your convenience though...
     
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    Cool!

    Let's hear it!
     
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    It doesn’t count if you are fulfilling a critical need, like minimally covering your P90 bases. Hngd


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    Congrats!

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    Lots of P90 goodness there, congrats!
     
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    Partscaster Well-Known Member

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    I've found, the best way to stop buying guitars is to switch to reading about, and buying, new pickups.
     
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    JeffBeck Baldy McBaldhead

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    Love that color. And I'm a fan of the Liquid body shape, anyway. I should get another one someday.
     
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    Well, that didn’t last long. Haha.

    Congrats, cool looking guitar. Great color too!
     
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    Congrats!
    I have the same one in blue.
    Love it.
    The nut was the only weak spot , and I scored a Gibson P90 for the bridge for $35.
    The fretwork wasnt bad but I did a full fret dress on it recently to make a good guitar even better.

    Had to do quite a bit of filing on the stock plastic nut "temporarily" like a year and a half ago.
    Cracked it almost in 2 removing it for the fret dress and stuck it back in unglued for now.

    Still havent gotten around to cutting a new one from the bone blanks I cant find around here!!
     
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    andrewsrea Well-Known Member

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    That is a beautiful lie! HNGD!
     
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    I love the liquid body style, somebody refinish one in purple sparkle for me!
     
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    Yeah, me too... we're all finished buying guitars now...

    heh... heh.... heh-heh... heheheheh...hahaha...hahahaha...Hahahahaaaa....BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! :ROFLMAO:

    But seriously, congrats... I occasionally flirt with the idea of buying a 3-P90 Liquid, but I always chicken out. Every time I see somebody buy one, I feel like they're taking one for the team. (y)
     
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    The nut is always the weak spot on SX guitar necks... They're always cut badly and they use too much glue. I don't think I've ever gotten one out in one piece. Now I just go straight to cutting it down the middle with a razor saw, and use a flathead jewler's screwdriver like a chisel to knock the pieces out.
     
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  20. redman

    redman Well-Known Member Supporting Member+

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    No more 12 strings I've had my fill of those don't care for extended range guitars no baritones no more plywood guitars no Uke's no double necks and so on. From this point forward I shall call you Lord Tobijohn the Enabler. :D:D

    I almost did on my tele I learned a lot when I did my strat I cracked the little piece of wood between the slot and headstock on the strat good thing it's not needed oh well live and learn. I thought to take pictures on the tele as you can see in the first picture the divot left behind on the nut because the glob of concrete they pasted it down with was still stuck down in the slot. Ended up using a small fine rat tail file and filed the plastic out of the slot and then used a little 800 grit sandpaper wrapped around one of those little crappy files that come with a $16.95 or how much ever they cost guitar maintenance kits. Well I finally found a use for those little files wrap them with sandpaper and get going. Anyway I concur they are a major pain in the ass. But I have a Tusq XL on the way.

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