"On some fretless builds I route the fingerboard with the same bit you use.,.,it makes it easier to hit the outer strings alone.,.,sort of like a violin.,.,for lighter strings you could thin the neck a little.,.,for heavier strings you need that 1…"
"That is sharp.,.,literally.,.,so muck to like.,.,from the uber cool headstock to the most excellent fingerboard.,.,the rocket wings.,.,the exhaust tuner setup.,., I have been told its illegal to have so much fun.,.,but all joke aside.,.,that is…"
"Cut a circular impression right below the saddle on the neck just deep enough for the disk,., install upside down in a bed of hot glue,., you can cover or opt not to.,. A good strong signal right from the source helps,.,.. left of the saddle sounds…"
"Piezo's do like to feedback, but trial and error usually finds a solution. I find putting the piezo directly under the bridge saddle helps, or a rod piezo in or under the saddle. Usually I tack the disk down with a drop of wood glue, then cover…"
Hi there Jerry ! Yup ! she does the Job ,in europe they are not that exspencif, its a German Brand and they are our neighbours, and sins they go good in my build i preordered a couple, i like em and they give me good results in diverend other guitars & builds aswell si a do exclusif Shaller products in BCB Builds ,so people know what they get !! Thanks for your comments Jerry appriciated ! Greeeeettsszz A.D.
Many thanks for your comments, Jerry. The second output comes from a piezo pickup that is not visible and is attached to the plywood face under the central bracing bar. The preamp is always in circuit to the first output and its level can be adjusted pretty easily with the volume control. The idea was to have options for the different pickup responses of the electret mic and the piezo - or even combine them, although I've not tried this. Enjoyed your photos - some good looking guitars there!