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I wonder how these small changes would affect a Lithium.or maybe an imbalance with only 1 helper magnet removed.
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JesseM wrote:Oops! Meant to post the link so you didn't have to go searching Its the very first video in the list.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/kieselguita ... e_internal
Thanks for sharing the link.
An interesting bit of video. Some of the points made don't really come across well. He's putting himself out there, making these points - I feel compelled to reply, especially if I disagree.
Jeff doesn't understand why people are upset to lose the 22s?
People like them. They dislike the replacement. Hence the complaining. It's not hard to understand.
Since he's telling the customers (transparency) that they're going away - " quit complaining"?
Transparent or not, fans of any company will complain when you make changes they don't like, it's kind of how it goes.
The reason they're going away is because Mark thinks the Lithiums are better than all of the other pickups from before?
This I don't buy. My guess is it's more streamlining the way the business is going, more focus on guitars, less on pups. The modern market for the newer lines seems quick to swap them out for any of the current flavors of the month.
Too aggressive of a pup for some? I don't even know what this means tbh. I'm a huge fan of "aggressive" music and guitars, yet I don't like the LIthiums - not one bit.
I built one guitar with them, returned it, and built three more without them.
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