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Author Topic: Fly Classic Problems - Intonation/Electronics  (Read 4448 times)

Offline aenigma

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« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2005, 12:58:08 PM »
Yeah I know, I just don't have any money at all to do it even if it is cheap.When I say I am broke from buying an amp I mean I am flat broke.I am at the point where food is expensive. :D
When I get past the flat broke stage then I will have to contact them.In the mean time I am playing my Jackson more than i'd like, and I feel dirty.

The thing that confuses me about this whole problem is that it sounds like the magnetic pickups have lost alot of gain, that is the main part that I am not liking.Kind of sounds like turning the volume knob down.

I think i'll go ahead and shoot the customer service an e-mail for now.
 

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Offline masterbassist

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« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2005, 03:09:01 PM »
Hmmm...the more I read, the more your problem sounds like what I had described in my thread entitled "YAPP (Yet Another Piezo Problem)".

Hard to conceive piezos just giving up the ghost like that, though...
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