Could be a number of things... 1) Go to you local Maplins, Radio Shack etc. and ask for a can of 'switch cleaner'. Remove the plastic knob from the splined shaft, unscrew the scratchplate from the guitar body, and spray the switch cleaner at and into the volume control pot. Wait a few minutes, then rotate the control from full to minimum several times, then see if that has cured the problem. If this doesn't work then... 2) You may have a 'dry' solder joint on the volume pot; It will need re-soldering. Get an expert to do it, unless you REALLY know what you're doing. or 3) The volume control needs replacing. Again, a job for an expert, or VERY good DIY'er. Hope this helps, phil
No "FENDER STRAT" is not going to have a logo unless you get one custom made.
Well, for one there super cheap. Secondly, they tend to play about as good as a Gibson, compairing the Standard Gibson with the Epiphone, and thirdly, they sound good with pretty much any amp, they can be used for almost any type of music, and are quite a bit lighter, weight wise, than a gibson. From a personal standpoint, I have a couple guitars, and one of them is the Epiphone Les Paul Special II, Another is the Dean Vendetta Camo, I play them on a Line6 spider III, and the Epiphone has more tone for metal, the epiphone has more tone for solos, the epiphone sounds better on the clean channel, (but only when play rythm) and it looks alot better than the Dean, now I know there are some differences between the two, but I do preffer the Epiphone over the Dean, however to be fair, I will say this, the Dean has a MUCH faster neck than the Epiphone, and the Dean's all (even the cheapest, most crapy playing) have 24 fretts to Epiphone's (all that I know of) 22 frets. I am going to turn the Dean guitar in for Epiphone Standard Les Paul, but first I will change the pickups in the epiphone for Gibsons, just for Giggles. And I'll update when I do.
The Gibson Epiphone acoustic can be priced from $290 to around $20,000 if you want the best deals, go in about 3 weeks past new years, that's the lowest you are going to get. DON'T BE STUPID IT CAN BE PRICED HIGHER THAN THAT BUT IF IT IS, IT IS A RIPOFF
Yes. Assault does not require any touching. Assualt means that you threatened someone and they were scared that they were going to be touched.
Usually, there would not be enough information in this question to answer. But no matter in what way you're phrasing it, I could give a decent answer. Gibson has two makers of guitars: Gibson USA, and Gibson Custom. Epiphone, in fact, is also a maker of Gibson guitars. Going on their site, you may notice that they sell Les Pauls and SG's (for example) for Gibson USA, Gibson Custom, and Epiphone. And they are both equal in quality as far as playability, but for looks it just depends on what you're in to.
Because they're scared you're going to pull it.
mass stays the same, however volume changes. If it is going from solid to liquid or liquid to gas, the volume increases. If it is going the opposite direction, then volume decreases. An exception is water, which increases in volume as it goes from liquid to solid.
Tonkin Gulf incident touched off war between America and North Vietnam. Previous to this, a guerrilla war was going on only in South Vietnam.
Yes, because at the end of volume 1 it says: to be continued in Volume 2
the volume is halved
10 volume you can use 20 volume, but I wouldn't recommend going any higher than that.
Going by volume, the suns volume is 984 times that of Jupiter.
Ask him what is going on. Tell him that he hasn't touched you for a while. you want some time with him.
It depends. It could be the machine heads, it could be an improperly adjusted tremolo system. Another thing it could be is that the strings are expanding as the guitar is played. One of these probably
The volume will decrease.
Gallons is a volume and lbs is a weight. You're going to need a density which is a measure of mass per volume mass = density x volume.
That's going to depend on what you'll use the volume to find.There's no single rule that you can use every time you see volume.
You can measure your volume by measuring the difference in depth of a known pool of water with you in it and with you out if it. Holding your breath is going to change your volume, so you might need to consider that as well.
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If the temperature decreases, the volume is also going to decrease, and if the pressure decreases, the volume is going to increase. So they balance each other out, if they are decreased at the same rate.
Yep there already is up to volume 4 in december 2011 volume 5 is coming out.
To quote directly from the book... Piggy touched Ralph's wrist. "Come away. There's going to be trouble. And we've had our meat."
I'm going to assume you mean a volume of 500cm3. density = mass/volume = 400g/500cm3 = 0.8g/cm3