Thanks Sid,I'll come and see you.To let you know I'm playing Sat. March 3 at the Corry vfw on Mead ave. 7 till with a group called Terry Lee Richards and the Long Goners. Mostly old country (is there any other kind?) alot of Hank...SR Come over and I'll sign you in!
hey Sid, yeah i remember you saying that . There`s a small church just north of the base called Moonshine church. One of the blue eyed six is buried there and there`s also one buried just a few hundred feet from St. Joesph Springs. There`s alot of history around my area.
Hi Sid, Barry Faulkner here. In answer to your question about my daytime profession, I'm on a disability pension here in Australia. I am a fitter by trade & I had my own small business as a handyman up to 2 yrs ago. Most of my detail is achieved with signwriters vinyl, easy to cut & just stick on. Just looking at your work while I am typing, great stuff. Your level of workmanship is way above mine, especially your level of finishing. Sorry for the late reply, just been a bit slack, regards Barry
Hi Sid, there's only one thing I'd recommend - trying. Check out hte parallel mode and if the sound is satisifying keep it as it is. And if you're curious, how it would sound in series.. carry on!! And please let us know ;-)
I found that info about serial/parallel wiring of 2 single coil bass pups: "In general, a pickup wired in series will have a fuller and fatter midrange with a subdued high end than a pickup wired in parallel, which will typically have more highs and a deeper low end with a cleaner midrange. Series pickups also have more output than parallel pickups. Parallel pickups generally are a better choice for a split-able installation as there will not be the gain loss associated with series style pickups. "