1 TWRC 9 months ago As some of you know, I recently purchased a 6120DE from a fellow forum member. Well, I finally had a chance to give her a setup today, and I have to say that I'm even happier with the guitar now (which I didn't think was possible)!Here's the list of things I did today: - Polished with Virtuoso cleaner and polish - Conditioned the fretboard - Tightened all pots, and input jack - Put .11's on - Re-intonated the bridge - Slight truss rod adjustment - Shimmed the Bigsby spring with a 2016 penny (my daughter's birthyear) - Installed gold Schaller strap locks - Adjusted the pole piece heights using Setzer's drawing as a guidelineOnce this was done, I plugged her in and wailed away for a while. However, there was one more adjustment to be made, as I found the neck pickup to be a bit too boomy. I ended up following Tavo and BuddyHollywood's advice about flipping the pickup around 180*. The previous owner had already done that with the bridge pickup, and it sounds wonderful there, but I had to try it with the neck pickup. The procedure gave me the tone I was looking for, as now the neck matches the bridge pickup a lot more, and the middle position sounds more articulate. In addition, while I was in there, I wrapped rubber bands around the pole pieces to prevent any rattling within the pickups.All told, it was a very productive day, and now I have a Duane Eddy that sounds better than it did before (to my ears of course)!