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    Daniel Gildenlow's signature models.

    Regius Elements - EARTH

    Check out the PDF explaining the electronics...

    There're some really cool ideas built into these. I quite like the idea of having a master volume control that controls both PUs, and then a secondary volume that only affects the neck. I was thinking it would be quite cool to take the idea further and have a two volume + one tone arrangement, then add a blower switch to it.
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    That's a very beautiful and well thought out guitar, and truly one of the best manuals i've ever read... it really explained the whole design process extremely well.

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    I saw these a few months back. I really like the Earth model.

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    Didn't the Andy Timmons Ibanez signatures use a master volume and neck volume layout?
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    Makes sense to me. Have the neck rolled back, for the clean passage, then right back into the dirt with just a flip of the selector switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohio_eric View Post
    Didn't the Andy Timmons Ibanez signatures use a master volume and neck volume layout?
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    I quite like the look of Earth of Air model myself. I've played a couple of regular Regius models and they were very nice.

    That manual is awesome BTW.
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    I think that manual should be required reading for everyone who takes guitar seriously.
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