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The Dressing Room / Coffee
« Last post by FernandoDuarte on Today at 02:37:31 AM »
Hello guys!
How are you????
I'm studying design at the college and on this semester's project, I'll try to design a personal coffee making station.
As the basic research on the project, professor asked us to find info about how people drink coffee throught the world, so I thought "why not give a hi" :D
If anybody can help me, in which situations do you usually drink coffee and how is it? big cup and strong? espresso? American coffee? etc
Thank you very much
Cheers
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Pickups / Re: Black guard 50 or other to replace piledriver?
« Last post by Telerocker on August 14, 2018, 07:51:30 PM »
Hey guys, so I have an esquire with the eldred mod, alder with maple neck/board.

Had the piledriver in it for years and I like that it is thicker sounding for chords and leads but I find it a little to Ott with output when going between that and my mule loaded les Paul's. So I want a thick tele bridge pickup that has some meat for rock and blues still keeps tele character (don't want stacked pup) gives out about the same volume output as the mules and sounds more towards the vintage tones than the piledriver

Was thinking maybe the black guard 50 but worried still maybe too hot?

Here's what comes up for ideas when googled, any opinions?

Bare knuckle black guard 50
Bare knuckle yardbird
Bare knuckle boss
Fender nocaster
Seymour Duncan broadcaster

Depending on your guitar BG50 or BG52 (a bit brighter and less output than the 50). Both are genuine fifties telepickups, so rounder (less icepick) but still some twang available. Both pickups can really rock. Use the toneknob to tame the topend if necessary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8QO8MexLv0
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Guitars, Amps and Effects / Re: NAD ReVv Generator 120 MK II
« Last post by EvenChu on August 14, 2018, 06:29:08 PM »
Hi...i am a new user here. As per my knowledge the regulator actually 'tracks' the charge level of your leisure battery and allows any excess voltage to be converted to amps to pass to the battery depending on how much charge the battery needs. The MPPT controller will allow constant trickle charging.The power output of your solar panel is therefore controlled for optimum charging efficiency.
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Pickups / Re: Brightest Neck Humbucker ? (Emerald vs Riff Raff)
« Last post by gwEm on August 14, 2018, 02:41:40 PM »
From what I can tell the brighter neck pickups in the BKP humbucker range are Riff Raff, Holy Diver, and Nailbomb.

I'd love to know more about the Holy Diver neck. I've always been curious.
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Pickups / Black guard 50 or other to replace piledriver?
« Last post by dsguitar1 on August 14, 2018, 01:08:23 PM »
Hey guys, so I have an esquire with the eldred mod, alder with maple neck/board.

Had the piledriver in it for years and I like that it is thicker sounding for chords and leads but I find it a little to Ott with output when going between that and my mule loaded les Paul's. So I want a thick tele bridge pickup that has some meat for rock and blues still keeps tele character (don't want stacked pup) gives out about the same volume output as the mules and sounds more towards the vintage tones than the piledriver

Was thinking maybe the black guard 50 but worried still maybe too hot?

Here's what comes up for ideas when googled, any opinions?

Bare knuckle black guard 50
Bare knuckle yardbird
Bare knuckle boss
Fender nocaster
Seymour Duncan broadcaster
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Pickups / Re: Brightest Neck Humbucker ? (Emerald vs Riff Raff)
« Last post by Dave Sloven on August 14, 2018, 12:48:25 PM »
From what I can tell the brighter neck pickups in the BKP humbucker range are Riff Raff, Holy Diver, and Nailbomb.
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Pickups / Re: Brightest Neck Humbucker ? (Emerald vs Riff Raff)
« Last post by gwEm on August 14, 2018, 12:45:00 PM »
Some easy things to try:

put the screw pole pieces pointing towards the bridge
remove the bridge pole pieces
raise the pole pieces higher - a few turns should be enough


If you really want bright you can try some more drastic solutions:

coil split
parallel wiring
series capacitor
mini-humbucker in an adapter ring
strat coil in an adapter ring
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Pickups / Re: Brightest Neck Humbucker ? (Emerald vs Riff Raff)
« Last post by Dave Sloven on August 13, 2018, 11:02:58 PM »
The Emerald neck is a dark, smooth pickup that is a strong contrast to the bright bridge

The EQ charts are all for the bridge only
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Pickups / Re: Brightest Neck Humbucker ? (Emerald vs Riff Raff)
« Last post by Telerocker on August 13, 2018, 06:29:40 PM »
The brightest neck humbucker in the BKP range, that I've tried, is the Riff Raff. From other manufacturers I've tried brighter, but lets forget about those on here.

Yep, the RR is quite bright, way brighter than a Mule-neck.
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Pickups / Re: Brightest Neck Humbucker ? (Emerald vs Riff Raff)
« Last post by gwEm on August 13, 2018, 03:47:02 PM »
The brightest neck humbucker in the BKP range, that I've tried, is the Riff Raff. From other manufacturers I've tried brighter, but lets forget about those on here.
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