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Blend control for the middle pickup on a strat
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:45 AM   #1
 
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This is pretty cool... It'd be interesting to see what combinations you could come up with using an HSH or SSH guitar with a five-way super switch.


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Cool. Might try that on the weekend
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Love the Twang Banger in the bridge! That "add middle" blend knob really does add some beautiful and subtle tonal shadings to an already versatile setup.

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That is really cool.

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That would be especially cool on a guitar with three P-90s in it.
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