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Hello everyone! My name is Chad and I'm currently putting together a Flying V kit, and I want to install the rubber knee pad off of the '58 V. I have the rubber pad, but now I need to know the best way to apply it. I'm finishing the guitar with a stain and Tru-Oil. What glue would be best to mount this with? Thanks everyone!!
View File JSV Flying V Modern set-neck Flying V. Designed for two humbuckers and a Tune-O-Matic style bridge. Visit the support thread for information on build specifics and for further information on this design. Submitter Prostheta Submitted 05/10/2014 Category Instrument Plans
I recently picked up an 84' designer series gibson flying V. My first V and yes I love it. Other than the selector wired backwards, the electronics seem to be in good shape but I decided to replace the bridge PU with a Dimarzio tone zone. Works like a charm and sounds amazing. The stock neck pickup howls feedback like crazy with my hi gain loud volumes and has too much low end. I'd like to save the stocker, I don't use the neck PU for anything other than a weaker vintage sound so the tone is ok just too bassy. I'm thinking of wax potting the bucker and maybe experimenting with a cap in series. I have the tools to do the wax potting so I will start with that but I haven't done anything with caps before. Any advice?