1 seadevil 1 year ago Everyone always seems to recommend raising Dynasonics in order to increase the lower frequencies. I dutifully added a second spacer under my Country Club's bridge pickup and was quite pleased with the results for home playing. However, when I played a show last week, low-end feedback was a pretty serious problem when playing through a '64 Deluxe Reverb placed on the floor and angled up towards me. I took out the second bridge pickup spacer and replaced the factory neck spacer with a thin foam one (TV Jones, IIRC). The guitar still has a lovely, rich bass response, but the feedback appears to have been tamed. It's a 2010 grey and purple model and has a 3-ply top that's supposed to be all maple, but I can see pronounced but unphotographable straight grain lines through the paint on the top, so I'm wondering whether the top layer might be spruce. Anyway, it's super-lively and lowering the pickups was the right move in this case. Just thought I'd share.