Seymour Duncan and Walrus Audio

May 2015

DIY

The Modded Eldred Esquire Wiring

August 10, 2012
The basic Eldred wiring is very useable and flexible, and that’s the main reason why so many pro Esquire players choose it.
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Reducing Output in a Carvin Belair 212

August 10, 2012
It is stock and the clean channel [channel 1] sounds great, but the dirty channel [2] is muddy.
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8 Guitar-Amp Mods for Newbies

July 9, 2012
Removing or replacing a single component in your amp can have significant impacts on both its tonal character and the amount of gain or headroom on tap. Here we guide you through several easy projects you can do in relatively little time with a few basic tools.
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The Eldred Esquire Wiring

July 9, 2012
The Eldred Esquire wiring schematic. Illustration courtesy of www.singlecoil.com This month, let’s continue exploring Esquire mods by diving into the socalled “Eldred Esquire wiring,” which is currently one of
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Gluing Braces Inside a 1967 B-45-12N

July 9, 2012
1. Using tape to determine the size of the gap that needs to be glued. 2. Threading the stem of the trimmed pipette into the brace repair tool. 3.
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Must Know Amp First-Aid

July 9, 2012
6 Common Tube-Amp Ailments Every Guitarist Can Cure
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Taming A Fender Hot Rod Deville

July 9, 2012
Fender’s popular Hot Rod DeVille—a 60-watt 2x12 combo designed for portability and power. Hi Jeff, First of all, let me say I really enjoy reading your column every month
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Esquire Mods, Part 2

June 8, 2012
Go one step further and change the values of the parts used in the resistor/capacitor network.
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Replacing Saddles on a 1971 Gibson SB 300 Bass

June 8, 2012
The problem lay in the Multiplex adjustable bridge. The unit itself is made of metal, but the original saddles are made of nylon 6-6, a material used in bearings and gears due to its abrasion resistance and self-lubricating properties.
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Esquire Mods, Part 1

May 11, 2012
If you’re looking for ways to make the circuit more flexible or better suited to your sonic needs, you’ve come to the right place.
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