2016.3.3: Even though I just made an expensive purchase, I still end up looking for a guitar, lol.
Last month I gave away my Target MG and was planning to buy my next one from Burny or B.C.Rich, and sure enough, I found this one on sale at a low price and bought it on the spur of the moment.
When I got it, the back plate was missing, the direct sw was broken, the whole thing was dirty as if it had been left in a warehouse, and it did not run.
I removed the sustainer because it seemed to be dead.
The body has some paint peeling characteristic of the deformed type and some of the top veneer is cracked and peeling off.
2016.3.15: Some parts were procured and the wiring layout plan was finalized.
I also made the back panel myself.
2016.3.31: The front PU finally arrived and I assembled it.
The two sustainer switches are both tapped for each PU, and the sustainer Vol section is a kill switch.
The reason why the front PU is not a hum PU is because I couldn't use two single coils because of the Zaguri's specification to mount two single coils directly.
Also, I couldn't use a dummy PU because of the shape of the PU I put on it, so I used a leftover PU cover.
I think this is good for its unique appearance.
I also used a lot of switches, so there is quite a bit of noise lol.
2016.5: I gave it away because it didn't seem to have any use after all and it was too delicate to fix and use.
I think the Jackson PU is as powerful and versatile as the Duncan SH-4.
About 18000 + renovation cost about 3000
|type of gear|
|number of frets|
F: Chinese twin rail / R: GroverJackson LP-80
1vol,3way PUselecter,PU coiltapSWx2,DirectSW,KillSW
GOTOH T.O.M ABR type