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Old 12.02.2006, 07:51 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by Pacafeliz
DUDE!
i REALLY dig your band! been trying to find the "right" people to do something like that, but down here in puebla (mexico) it's really hard... *sigh*
i see you have a Hondo II les paul... i have one like that, but MAN it's a POS. did you put new pups in it?
rock on, great stuff guys!

Pat. (gettin' ready for tonight's gig - Ciudad Enema's last one this year...)

Actually, I haven't had anything done to the Hondo II, I was just lucky in the one I got being really good. I've owned 3 different Hondos, currently just 2. One is a neck-through and the black one is a set-neck. I'm pretty convinced that if a Hondo doesn't have a bolt-on, it must have had more work put into it. The pickups in both of them seem fine, the ones in the neck-through are higher output and have more of a modern feel to them, but I like the ones on the Hondo II's, seems to have that sort of vintage aged feel to it. I need to try out some guitars with p-90s though, because I hate the way brand new non aged humbuckers sound, and find most strat style pickups to be too thin. But I love the way Casinos and jazzmasters sound.
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