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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Mando the Cat helping out with the wiring ;) 181662
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    Re: Mandolins in the works

    Hmmm.......Clive approaches the electric mandolin subject with a certain degree of enthusiasm ;
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    I`ve done a couple of these pickups before although quite a while ago) and have the correct patterns to create the bobbins.....It`s easy enough to rip the old innards out of the plastic cover and...
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    Re: Mandolins in the works

    I like that idea......a camo Vee :)
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    Re: Mandolins in the works

    Also in the works..............An Iceman and a Sherman Tank:)
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Body is around 9.5" wide......14" scale :)
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Well Jim, the regular 4 string `bird is looking promising....can`t wait to crank it up - all three pickups are coil tapped with individual push/pull pots and a 5 position Strat switch......I`m...
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Since Epiphone stopped making Mandobirds and they were so popular, here`s our take (WIP) ....180122
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Small is beautiful........less distance to travel between machines......and don`t forget, we`re in the UK........A small island with far too many people and space is at a premium ;)
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Sorry for any offense......here`s a flesh free link (and I think Clive`s taken my as well as the rest of your comments on board....or at least, I hope so ) ........
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    What`s so funny about that (unless you`re suggesting the workshop is too small) ? ;)
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    Re: Me Thinks...

    Thanks Mandroid.......It was the external dimensions I was after so as to capture the overall vibe (rather than making a replica).
    As with most of my pickups, depth is 18mm and I use individual...
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    Re: Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Thanks for the input (I agree totally about the sex thing.....bit odd that)!!!!!
    As for hats, Clive might be persuaded but personally, I like fresh air around my turret to stop my brain overheating...
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    Us newbies are cracking on ;)

    Sorry if this contravenes the rules........just want to get our work out there .... For a few years as regulars are aware, I`ve made emandos and pickups but of late, have had to retire due to...
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    Help please re. EM200

    A friend is making an EM200 inspired mandolin and I`ll be doing the pickup....Is there anybody who could please let me know the pickup dimensions ..... It`s quite a biggie isn`t it :whistling:
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  16. Re: UK Luthier to build 4 String Solid Body Electric Mandolin

    Hopefully you have now had a reply Mandrian.....If not maybe your settings are wonky........and sad to say, this also applies to my `pooter when customers purchase pickups from my website and I`m not...
  17. Re: The Mighty Cozart! New 8 string electric

    Bought one very similar a while back but badged "Clearwater" . Since I had a request for some pickups, I thought it might make a useful addition to my range of upgrades........Not my best decision as...
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    Re: Fixing a microphonic pickup

    Good point Tom....those pickups are cheap Chinese things so maybe the cover is part of the problem..... Since you`ve already had it apart, for the price, you could try one of these .....Nickel covers...
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    Re: Fixing a microphonic pickup

    If it`s one of those covered mini humbuckers with no screw holes, you could dip the thing in shellac (French Polishing stuff), let it soak for a while and then clean the excess off the cover with...
  20. Re: UK Luthier to build 4 String Solid Body Electric Mandolin

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    Clive`s first project to see how it goes..... but I`m afraid he has a bit of a Les Paulish fixation ;) ...... build updates on his Facebook page ...
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    [QUOTE=Daniel Nestlerode;1729172]https://www.facebook.com/pg/belvoirguitars/
    https://www.belvoirguitars.co.uk/

    Pete Malinson of Almuse, who may reply on his own behalf, has given his gear to the...
  22. Re: Rio Grande Mock 4 Pickup for Gibson EM200

    I agree about shielding....... If the coil is easily removable from the cover, lining the cover with copper snail tape and soldering a tag to the output ground wire will make a heck of a difference....
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    Re: Use of EQ

    If you have some kind of recording software, then a spectrum analyser can really help to sort things by visually showing weak or dominant frequencies..... which can then be balanced out.
  24. Re: Thoughts on getting a country sound with an electric mandolin

    If the Bartolini is a humbucker, it may be a 4 wire pickup. If so, you could try it as a single coil. It looks like the wiring codes are the same as a Duncan so if you disconnect the red from white...
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    Re: Mandobird bridge saddle set screws

    M3 ......Look on ebay....stainless are best since they won`t go rusty :) ...
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