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TLerch

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Hey Guys,
I got inspired so I shot another short vid with more playing and no talking. enjoy


all the best
Tim
PaulV

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Superb, Tim!
Bravo!!!!

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herb

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MAMA MIA !

I love this stuff !!

Thanks Tim !!!
LeonWhite

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Gosh Tim - a wonderful video - thanks so much. 
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TLerch

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Thanks guys
There is an earlier video post of a much more informative vid with a demo of all of the switching and an even earlier post that lists the pickup combinations but I'd be happy to answer any questions any one has, I am really happy with the guitar and it is a joy to play with those deep tones and big strings pushing so much air,
All the best
Tim
Punkbop

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I loved it Tim.  Everything you put out is so toneful and tasty.  You are certainly carrying Ted's legacy forward through your clips and posts.  Great stuff.
Anders

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Tim, that was beautiful! Great sound and playing. Very tasty!
Thanks for posting these videos. I´m really enjoying watching them.

What kind of loop pedal are you using? I can hear you stepping on something.
I´m thinking of getting one of these myself. I have looked at TC´s Ditto and Boss RC-3. Any experience with these?

All the best,
Anders.
TLerch

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hi Anders, thanks for watching in the second half of the video I used an Boss loopstation for the accompaniment part. i also have a Ditto in my teaching studio that is very nice.
all the best 
 Tim
herb

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Tim

did you use the same pup in both neck and middle positions,

or neck for neck and bridge for middle ?

thanks
herb
TLerch

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Good Question, both hums are neck pickups as far as I know, Ill check with Lollar next chance I get to be sure.
all the best 
 tim
MikeT

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I always thought that there should be a hum-hum-sc signature/tribute Tele with some special switching...

Could be a project for a small builder(?).
Mike (still in the eternal planning stage for my Jazz Tele...)

klasaine

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Wow!
Great sounding guitar ... and GREAT playing!

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TLerch

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Thank you guys.
freakformusic

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Hi guys, I´m having a question about the bridge Pickup. My Tele is equipped with 12-54 and a Amber Spirit of 59 in the neck. I was wondering what kind of Pickup I could use as a brigde pickup.

I was reading about using lower output brigde PUs for heavier strings. But Tim using a overwound Pickup made me unsure about that. 

Can you give me some advice here please? 

I was thinking about buying an Amber Tele Blues PU (Alnico V / 10,4 kOhm), because it supposed to sound relatively warm. 

Any thoughts about that.

Thanks Alex
TLerch

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I tend to prefer lower output pickups, My favorite bridge pickup is the 52T made by Lollar. if you are careful with how you set the pickups up relative to the strings you can get a lower output pickup to work in combination with higher output pups. experimentation is the only way to get to the bottom of what works best for you.
I hope you find what you are looking for.
 Tim
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