Woah, I didn't know they made them in solid colors and without gold hardware. Classy.
The "E" comes off fairly easily. The one on my Sheraton's original pickguard just kind of fell off.
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Posted 16 May 2017 - 10:13 AM
Yeah it's a limited edition from 2014. It's "Red Royale" which basically means it's a bit glittery. The "e" is starting to fall off so I guess I should just let it run its course, lol. I tried the Bigsby out last night - holds a tune well with it, so I'm happy I don't need to upgrade the bridge or something.
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Posted 16 May 2017 - 10:34 AM
That's pretty cool. How's the switching work, just curious? Seems like with a 3 way switch you'd just choose one pickup each and not have any two pickup tones. Also, three volumes and a tone control?
Big Jilm has the Casino to figure out the issue with the frets, and said he thinks the neck pickup cover was put on backwards.
Posted 16 May 2017 - 10:41 AM
Epiphone website has this to say:
"Controls include 3 individual Volume pots (for each pickup) and 1 Master Tone. The all-metal toggle works as it would with a 2-pickup guitar with the rhythm position activating the neck pickup and the lead toggle position activating the bridge pickup. The middle pickup can be used in any position by adjusting its volume control."
That's pretty cool indeed. Makes me want to look into wiring a Strat with a 3-way switch and master volume, middle volume, master tone.
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