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  1. In Topic:D'Angelico Excel EXL-1 Stupid Deal

    19 October 2017 - 11:50 AM

    Wow. Under 600. I made a rash decision to buy one. D'oh. They won't ship it to the UK.

    [cursing]
  2. In Topic:Les Paul Trade

    11 October 2017 - 01:39 AM

    Modern Vs traditional weight relief and the width of the binding in the cutaway is going to be about the only difference. You'll never know about the former and the latter seems such an insignificant detail. Until you're comparing specific guitars there's basically no difference.

    Again, you really have to ask yourself what you might gain and what you might lose. There must be a reason you're considering this?
  3. In Topic:Tube Replacements.. Vox thinking ahead?

    11 October 2017 - 01:30 AM

    YouTube is no way to find out how this sounds. Unfortunately all we know is it sounds different.
  4. In Topic:Hand oiled fret board

    11 October 2017 - 01:26 AM

    Does the fretboard know how the oil arrived on its surface or do machine oiled boards have less tone?
  5. In Topic:Fender Vibrolux Reverb problem

    05 October 2017 - 05:59 AM

    This is sounding to me like the coaxial RCA lead for reverb out and in is at fault. Could be the send and return valves or the tank but fact that moving the amp about is affecting it makes me think the cable is at fault. I had this with my supersonic, when it was new, a new cable sorted it. Then again, if it was wet the tank seems a likely culprit. Cables are the cheapest and have other uses, then valves and they also have other uses, then the tank and that would just be surplus if you found it wasn't that. I'd work in that order for those reasons (assuming little or no diagnostic tools or know how)

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    Duende 

    17 Nov 2011 - 14:39
    Right [thumbup]
    Apples and dinosaurs (LMAO) is when you want to say WTF!! those two things are nothing alike - and just cannot even begin to be compared!
    he he, you get it!!
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    Duende 

    06 Jun 2011 - 05:54
    hi
    His name is Keith Turkington. Remember this was a few years back, so his charges maybe more now.
    07789 899820
    He fixes x ray machines in the day and makes guitars and fixes string instruments in the evening.
    Cheers
    Matt
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    sausagefingers 

    02 Jun 2011 - 11:28
    ok. i thought we had to pay v.a.t. i,l take a peek at thomann now
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    sausagefingers 

    02 Jun 2011 - 11:28
    ok. i thought we had to pay v.a.t. i,l take a peek at thomann now
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    sausagefingers 

    02 Jun 2011 - 09:12
    Thanks for that Farn, your right i think gak is my best option, i cant go outside the u.k. import duties are so high...
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