Hey guys, this is Kirk. So, this last weekend I finally got to catch up on a few things that I have been meaning to do. First off, I cleaned up and reorganized my pedal board.
So after I finished my pedal board, I worked on my Fender Jaguar. I have been having problems with it causing major feedback and sounding very weak. So, I figured out that raising the pickups might help. When I finished that, I plugged it in, turned up the volume and rocked out. It sounded much better. Hopefully you'll be able to see it a show pretty soon.
My last task was to set the intonation on my Gibson SG (Scott isn't the only one that has an SG). I had already started messing with it a few months ago, so I knew I couldn't make it any worse, and I wanted to continue learning how to do it by actually doing it. I know it's not perfect and a professionally could do a much better job, but I'd like to think it's pretty close. So now that it is all set up, I may put it in my rotation of guitars I play at shows. We'll see how it sounds at practice.
So that was some of what I did with my weekend. Also, I should mention that all this was inspired by a website I recently found - www.tonereport.com. There is a "Do It Yourself" section that tells you how to improve and do almost anything to a guitar that you could want. Anyway, that's all for now. Later y'all...