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nullnaught  
4 Jul 2010 16:15 | Quote
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I was reading some reviews for the ibanez AS103 and a couple of them said, "I had to turn out the pole piece on the high E. What does that mean? Is it a problem? Should I not buy this guitar because of that?
EMB5490  
4 Jul 2010 16:34 | Quote
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the pole piece? tuning pegs....?

some retarded review "i dont like this guitar because i had to tune it." lol unless im missing something...

nullnaught  
4 Jul 2010 16:54 | Quote
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it cant be that easy. Who would compain about that.
EMB5490  
4 Jul 2010 17:02 | Quote
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an idiot? lol the world is full of em... its possible but i cant be sure...

however play a bunch of guitars check out some gibsons, godins, etc

http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m570.l1313&_nkw=hollowbody&_sacat=See-All-Categories

gretsch are awesome, that es-135 would be awesome, that vintage ibanez! get that. now. GREAT guitars.

guild maybe? check some out

i dont know much about hollowbodies... dont meamn to advert anoher site but ask about hollowbodies over at TGP (thegearpage.com) lots of jazz plays and they know (generally) what theyre talking about
guitarmastergod  
4 Jul 2010 22:04 | Quote
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Pole Piece:
A shaped piece of high permeability metal, usually soft iron, which serves to concentrate and direct the magnetic field of a permanent magnet to maximize efficiency of devices like loudspeakers, magnetic cartridges, and cutterheads. Pole pieces are needed because magnets are hard (expensive) to make in the complex shapes that can be needed. In layman's terms, the Pole Piece is the part of the speaker magnet assembly that the voice coil (see WFTD archive voice coil) slips over. It is the center round piece. Guitar and bass pickups work on similar concepts, though the function is the opposite of a loud speaker. Instead a guitar pickup's job is to turn mechanical vibration into electrical output. Magnetic guitar pickups often have individual pole pieces positioned under each string to help maximize or otherwise tailor their output.
EMB5490  
4 Jul 2010 22:07 | Quote
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oh hah my bad


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