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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is really a personal choice as long as the strings are made for an electric guitar there are hundreds of different kinds, it mostly has to do with the thickness of the strings and how the thinner the string the easier it is to manulipulate, you should go to a good music store and tell them what type of music you play and they will give you some choices.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
SOURCE: Epiphone Sheaton II guitar setup
This will help for starters:http://www.epiphone.com/images/EpiOwnrsManul.pdf This site has good info in the discussion:http://www.thefret.net/showthread.php?t=4728 There's info here too:http://epi.p3net.net/bbs/index.php.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Realize that when you plug into the one jack it disconnects the fingerboard pickup from the mix.
DO NOT USE "stereo" cables as it is intended to use TWO MONO cables, one for each side of the stereo.
IF you plug into the one jack that will connect to the bridge pickup, it will disconnect the fingerboard pickup from the mix BUT leave the fingerboard on its own jack.
That same jack will have BOTH fingerboard and bridge pickups IF the second jack (bridge) is not plugged into.
This is according to the schematic. If you find that yours works backwards, then either the schematic is wrong OR your guitar pickups may be electrically swapped.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
Most likely it is wired like most Gibsons. The volume knobs are the two at the neck end, the tones are the two nearest the rear. The lower two are volume and tone for the bridge pickup, the upper two are for neck pickup. Switch down is bridge or lead pickup, switch up is for neck or rythym pickup, and centre position is both pickups one, where all knobs can be used together.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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