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 Post subject: Re: clarification
 Post Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 1:08 pm 

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Location: Baltimore,MD
Jeez John,by the way you talk you would think you guys invented the electric guitar or something haha!,"inputs" we meant outputs,just trying to explain differences between ROS and mono.

Thats my input about outputs.LOL lets never bring this subject up again.please!

Wait a minute "The plugs" you mean the outlets.

 Post subject: Re: clarification
 Post Posted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 10:22 pm 

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Location: Dover, DE
Question about the 4001C64:

Referring to the C64 Schematic Wiring Diagram:

...the drawing shows output jack J3 being stereo, not the drawing correct?

And if so, using a mono plug would only give you output from the neck pickup only, right?

 Post subject: Re: clarification
 Post Posted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 2:41 am 
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with stuff like fender and gibson, instruments were often made better quality back then than they are now, but that doesn't seem to be the case with rickenbacker...

The fact is that the vintage Ricks are largely desirable mainly due to their rarity & vintage features. Modern Ricks are better made due to the progress of manufacturing technology & techniques (more accurate, less waste, stronger materials, improved engineering).
There never was a "bad" period for RIC (like early CBS Fenders, etc.).
You really can't go wrong buying whatever interests you most, and you probably won't ever lose money should you sell it later.

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