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Database TB1000S #914

Model:   TB1000S
Type:   Standard - Guitar
Body:   Finished Color
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #914
Date Purchased:   10/26/2006
Date Submitted:   N/A
Last Modified:   11/18/2013

First Name:   Andrew
Last Name:   Wiggins
Country:   United States of America

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Description

Description:   Bright red paint job. Missing pick guard and some finish damage when purchased. I've made some modifications: In 2007 Electronics removed and replaced with one 1000k vol pot. (I still have the original pots and caps.) In 2013 pickups re-wound by Kevin Burkett with 4-conductor leads. Neck reads 11.32 kOhms. Bridge reads 12.22 kOhms. Switches installed in existing tone pot holes for coil-splitting.

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Bio:
I'm a live sound engineer in Atlanta and I play in 3 or 4 bands at any given point. Most of them are loud.

Gear: (amps, pedals, etc)
TB1000s #914. Ceriatone HiWatt DR103 clone. BYOC Turbo Rat clone, Ram's Head Muff clone, carbon copy delay, sometimes wah. Oh, and a tuner.