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Article from Making Music, September 1986

Some useful definitions: Rosewood neck: "we took out all the thorns, but it still smells a bit funny." Free floating mechanism: "it should be screwed down, but strange things happen in the backs of vans." Ball and socket joint: "a curved holder with nothing in it. A long search in the carpet for the round thing you think dropped out when the box was unpacked." Touch sensitive: "safe if touched, breaks if struck with anything heavier than a herring." Filter characteristics: "grumpy in the morning, won't put his clothes away." Locking nut: "mad person on a canal holiday." Digital delay line: "the excuse for why your effects unit hasn't arrived yet."

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Making Music - Sep 1986




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