Got a volume or tone pot on your guitar that scratches when you move it around? It’s probably just dirty. For this Dunlop Strings Tip of the Week, we’re going to show you a quick and easy fix that you can do yourself. – See more at: http://www.jimdunlop.com/blog/?p=7089&preview=true#sthash.0ee52IN2.dpuf
The MXR Custom Shop is the place where our team of master pedal builders pushes analog circuitry into unexplored territory. They mod classic MXR circuits for added versatility and reengineer rare, extinct circuit designs to sound better than ever. The Custom Shop is also the place where unique and esoteric requests from artists are incubated and explored. In every situation, the Custom Shop team strives to uncover fresh ways to deliver the unmistakable tones of all-analog circuitry.
Sometimes you just want to change up your tone or playing style, but you don’t want to go so far as to invest in a new pedal, instrument, or amp. For this Dunlop Strings Tip of the Week, we’re suggesting two easy, inexpensive ways you can experiment with your sound.
This week, we’re talking about fret maintenance. Over time, gunk from your fingers builds up on top of your frets and your strings create little scratches and scuffs in the metal itself. Aside from making your instrument look gross, this gunk buildup will deaden your sound and corrode your frets.
Thankfully, cleaning and polishing your frets is an easy job. In fact, you can do it the next time you change your strings. Just follow the steps below.
With the last Dunlop Strings Tip of the Week, we concluded our three part series showing you how much time and money you can save yourself by investing in a multimeter. This week, we want to make a recommendation to guitar players who are interested in stringing up at higher tension. Dunlop Heavy […]