Well, it's basically the same parts, just a different box. ;)
It isn't just this guitar, it's pretty much consistent on every 3 tuners on a side (of the headstock) guitar (as opposed to a Strat or Tele with all the tuners on one side).what is it about your guitar here that requires the three and three configuration?
I've never played an electric guitar with a wound G string. Maybe in those heavy gauges you use a wound G is common. For the rest of us, the 99%, it's very uncommon. ;)this configuration would seem to be most compatible with a plain G string as opposed to a wound G string.
But that's not the case on acoustic guitars, other than the compensated B string bridges on some (and most acoustics are three and three tuners/headstock). Now, maybe I haven't played high enough up the neck on an acoustic to notice that the intonation suffers on the G string, but on all of my basses, it's even spacing decrease from low to high on 4-, 5-, and 6-bangers.The low E and G strings always wants to be longer. I couldn't tell you the technical reasons for that.
When I was 13 or 14 I figured out how to plug my guitar into our 4-track Magnavox reel to reel tape deck, overdrive the channel I was plugged in to by cranking the gain all the way up, and then send the resulting chaos out through the four 12" speakers in our giant Magnavox console stereo. It was my own version of a Marshall half-stack, and I think it was just about as loud. I didn't ruin the amplifier in the stereo, but I probably didn't do the tape deck any favors.ruined my father's amplifier.
Well I was wrong about that. Seems the Paulverizer was short recordable loops, not prerecorded sounds (like an old Mellotron). That's what I get for believing what I read. But then there was no YouTube when I first read about that thing. Or, you know, Internet.At one point he had a box screwed onto his guitar that controlled a tape playback. He called it the Paulverizer, and a lot of people assumed it was some electronic genius that he had come up with. But it was really little more than a big PLAY button to control prerecorded tapes.