Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby johnnyboy1234 » Wed Nov 11, 2009 3:02 pm

Artie.....just wondering if you carry the "official goods", such as the cases and straps,etc. maybe a case for the mark II
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby bakeoboy » Thu Nov 12, 2009 10:59 am

Absolutely!
All items in the catalogue are avalible through Front Porch Music.
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby GTSP » Tue Dec 15, 2009 8:07 pm

If anyone needs a copy of this catalog let me know & I can email you a pdf copy.
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby JohnnySonic » Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:00 am

Very cool! Hey! Look at that red,white&blue mkII with what appears to be minihumbuckers. Looks fantastic!

Anymore info on that particular model?
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby oipunkguy » Thu Dec 24, 2009 12:55 am

Very cool! Hey! Look at that red,white&blue mkII with what appears to be minihumbuckers. Looks fantastic!

Anymore info on that particular model?


...I bet they stole that idea from me ;)
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby JohnnySonic » Fri Dec 25, 2009 3:16 pm

oipunkguy wrote:Very cool! Hey! Look at that red,white&blue mkII with what appears to be minihumbuckers. Looks fantastic!

Anymore info on that particular model?


...I bet they stole that idea from me ;)


Could be!

Ideas are public property. ;)

I'm a big fan of minihumbuckers! Really love the epi crestwoods and wilshires. And to a certain degree the Gibson Firebird.
You can get some great sounds out of that kind of pickup.

Would still love some info on the guitar though. It looks like a dream!
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby SeanTheFunky » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:09 am

JohnnySonic wrote:
oipunkguy wrote:Very cool! Hey! Look at that red,white&blue mkII with what appears to be minihumbuckers. Looks fantastic!

Anymore info on that particular model?


...I bet they stole that idea from me ;)


Could be!

Ideas are public property. ;)

I'm a big fan of minihumbuckers! Really love the epi crestwoods and wilshires. And to a certain degree the Gibson Firebird.
You can get some great sounds out of that kind of pickup.

Would still love some info on the guitar though. It looks like a dream!



I hope that Fillmore will release a 'vintage correct' mkII model with all the original specs.
Like what fender did with the Mustang

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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby JohnnySonic » Mon Jun 14, 2010 9:36 am

SeanTheFunky wrote:I hope that Fillmore will release a 'vintage correct' mkII model with all the original specs.
Like what fender did with the Mustang


They kind of gave it a shot.
And the result was, well... My guitar. :D
http://www.mosriteforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2440&start=0
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Re: Fillmore Mosrites @ Front Porch

Postby olrocknroller » Tue Aug 03, 2010 7:19 pm

brunob wrote:hi,can you tell me the pickups heights of your Ranger? mine has arrived from Japan-England ,2 days ago but there are no set up.the pickups are all down.
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thanx Bruno : :roll:


Rule of thumb is 1/8" below the top and bottom strings, held down to the last fret (#22 or #24) This will give you good response without any "wolfy" sounds. Start there, and adjust up and down in small increments until you have the sound you want...pay attention to any changes in tone as well as volume output.

Hope that helps.

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