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setius wrote on Dec 27th, 2009 3:01pm

Do you have intrest to buy a mayones guitar Maybe i can help you
I sell Mayones guitar in Holland and belgie for cheaper prices then in the shops
I have very good contacts in polen
If you have questions mail me


kaushik312 wrote on Oct 12th, 2009 11:45am

hey im upgrading my rig currently and am deciding between multi fx or single pedals. i read ur post somewhere bout a pod xt live and that u use it for alternative rock. i play similar stuff but more on the lines of grunge/garage rock..hows the xt live compared to single pedals??? and while playin live u play thru an amp or go DI to PA?


kingofdudes161 wrote on Mar 12th, 2009 1:28am

Hi, I just saw your post about your concern for the birdge of the Ibanez SA120. I personally own the SA120 and can tell you the bridge is terrible for tuning stability, however once properly blocked up this guitar is awsome for the price. What I did was add a bridge stabalizer which goes inside one of the springs to stop it from pulling back. This makes it so the bridge can only do dives. Then to prevent the bridge from moving in the opposite direction I put a piece of wood in the back of the guitar between where the strings come through and the bottom inside of the body. There is a fairly large space to wedge something in there. You don't even need the bridge stabalizer, just 5 springs in the back would do, but I already had a stabalizer so I put it in for extra stability.
I hope this helps. Good luck mate.


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