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  1. Thread: MM90 pickups

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    They were EBMM's proprietary version of P90s. I...

    They were EBMM's proprietary version of P90s. I had an AL with 3 of them, and later had an Axis SuperSport with them (but the Axis SS was the "rosewood package" - solid rosewood neck and rosewood...
  2. Hi, I found this blog years ago that has some...

    Hi,

    I found this blog years ago that has some other info on the old MM amp line:

    Welcome! | Music Man Amps

    Hope that helps; back years ago I had one of the 112RD-50 models. Take their info...
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    Wow; that's one's a stunner!!! Love that neck.

    Wow; that's one's a stunner!!! Love that neck.
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    Thanks DrKev - EBMM has adjusted the pickups a...

    Thanks DrKev - EBMM has adjusted the pickups a few times over the years and I wasn't sure when the Virtual PAF came out and when EBMM changed to it for the humbuckers.
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    Lighting and flash really impact the Blue Dawn...

    Lighting and flash really impact the Blue Dawn finish - the photo of my old one was shot with a lower-end Canon "point and shoot" digital camera with the flash on - which really makes the metal flake...
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    I think the pickups on the 2007 Silhouette are...

    I think the pickups on the 2007 Silhouette are different than they are now; however the wiring is the same.

    Yes, the Blue Dawn is a sparkly finish; I had a 2007 LE Silhouette Special (the 22-fret...
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    Pete - thanks for reposting the NAMM photos -...

    Pete - thanks for reposting the NAMM photos - great shots that really show the new colors.
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    Have you seen all of the new finishes yet? I've...

    Have you seen all of the new finishes yet? I've only seen the one in the email/blog post about the 2019s (which looks kind of like an Artisan finish) and one photo from NAMM that was kind of...
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    Per Pete's post they aren't discontinuing the...

    Per Pete's post they aren't discontinuing the Monarchy and Artisan models, just the names and having them as separate models - all 3 will exist (with new colors at least for the former "Monarchy"...
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    I think it looks nice - not over the top flame. ...

    I think it looks nice - not over the top flame. The early flame top Les Pauls were like that - the flame "moved" depending on the lighting: sometimes it would jump out, other times it was very...
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    The 2019 models won't go on the website until...

    The 2019 models won't go on the website until they go on sale - depending on the model that will be April or May. The older models will go off the website when the new ones go on. But from the 2019...
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    Thanks; makes sense - you could remove/bypass the...

    Thanks; makes sense - you could remove/bypass the preamp portion but leave the circuit card wiring in place for the passive side of the electronics.
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    I thought the Valentine doesn't function without...

    I thought the Valentine doesn't function without the battery like the Majesty, some other JPs (like the JP15), Cutlass, and Luke III. Was I mistaken?
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    I would think you would have to gut the...

    I would think you would have to gut the electronics out of the guitar - just about everything is on a circuit card. I can't tell if the pots are plugged into or otherwise attached to the card, so you...
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    Pretty; love that shade of green.

    Pretty; love that shade of green.
  16. Thread: Headstock Size

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    Actually that is a good photo - the extra length...

    Actually that is a good photo - the extra length of the larger headstock really is just there to make the larger bodied guitars (Cutlass, StingRay and Valentine) have the same "proportional look" as...
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    Hi Junta, Nice AL; nicely figured birdseye on...

    Hi Junta,

    Nice AL; nicely figured birdseye on the neck.

    If you post the serial number in the sticky thread at the top of the page someone from EBMM Customer Service will give you the build date...
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    Wow - both are really nice; you can cover a lot...

    Wow - both are really nice; you can cover a lot of territory with those 2!
  19. Question: You're welcome. While I never really owned a...

    You're welcome. While I never really owned a Luke (either I, II or III) I have owned several Silhouette Specials and have tried out more than a few Lukes - the bodies are close, but just not quite...
  20. Question: No; it's not quite the same but similar. The...

    No; it's not quite the same but similar. The Silhouette has more "sculpting" to it - it's beveled around the horns while the Luke I/Luke II are rounded. Plus the Silhouette has 24 frets to the...
  21. Question: I think I can clarify a bit - if not someone will...

    I think I can clarify a bit - if not someone will jump in and correct me.

    First off - the color you have is what they called "Luke blue" and as far as I can remember was only available on the Luke...
  22. Thread: Music Man Amp

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    Mine had the EV speaker; between that and the...

    Mine had the EV speaker; between that and the large transformer it weighed a ton!

    Yep - that white tolex sure could yellow in the old smokey bars!
  23. Thread: Music Man Amp

    by John C
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    I had one of those years ago - got it in 1981 and...

    I had one of those years ago - got it in 1981 and kept it until I took my first playing hiatus in 1986. Tweed would be a recover - I only remember them being in black or white tolex. I don't know...
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    Question: Actually the convention is to number the...

    Actually the convention is to number the positions with "1" being closest to the bridge of the guitar and "5" being closest to the neck of the guitar - what you called "position 2" is normally...
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    Question: Thanks for the tip; I'll have to check out ImgBB....

    Thanks for the tip; I'll have to check out ImgBB. I'm using Imgur but haven't uploaded all the old photos to there - plus I got a new laptop back in November and just never did move all the photos...
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