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I've got a trem arm for each of my Strats.
Wouldn't know if they fit.
Charlie, if appropriate, could you also have a look at what the serial number is? Thanks.
The shows I go to are full of friendly, informed, supportive and discriminating enthusiasts. Just like me! :)
Thanks for posting the video, which I hadn’t seen before.
Incidentally, it was filmed by Matthew Scott, not Chris Buck - I could tell by the accent :)
Welcome Mr Jolly - certainly interesting to hear that an 84 year-old UK seller was suffering from such failing memory !
Could you give us a bit...
( Thought that argument would have appealed to a Yorkshireman ! ).
But they're the right price :)
Question: Tell tale signs of an authentic 64
Answer: It cost £15,000.
Joking aside, Son-of Kathy, welcome to Strat-Talk.
You've found a fun...
Richard, one piece of feedback:
This experienced seller (ten thousand sales on ebay) has a sales price around £25 or $35....
Anyone wanting slotted tuners for their Gibson could consider the set below :
Kluson 3 Aside Nickel Tuners For Mosrite - Hardware & Parts from WD...
AND no sharp string-ends
to stab your finger on.
Couldn’t agree more !
Stretch the strings in properly, and the ‘Safeti-Post’ slotted tuner can be rock-solid :-)
I feel certain you’d have a larger customer base if your newly manufactured knob had the standard fitting...
Over 100 picks is legal, but they MUST all be the same colour.
‘ARTIST-OWNED’ PRE-CBS STRATOCASTER SERIAL NUMBERS
0001 - Rex Gallion > David Gilmour
0002 - Curtis Ray Young
0019 - Duane Allman
0057 - Ronnie...
Yes indeed - make that 149k :-)
It's undamaged and it's certainly worth a premium to the standard guard.
In the UK nowadays, it's not easy to pick up a standard guard for £1000....
Could we please start with your country of residence ?
5000 ? Really ?
Bazz, you’re a role-model for us all :-)
Paint must be very cheap in Wappingers NY.
Maybe you would be happy to add it to this list as, for example, L4nnXX ?
It all adds to the random sampling :-)
If I was buying in the UK, with an £8k to £10k war-chest, I would target a
"Refin but all-original-parts (maybe a changed pot or three) '61 / '62...
Fourfingers, looks like your man wasn't even trying, with just four switches...
... and those guitars look too big to be genuine...