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  1. cooljuk

    WTB - 60's Humbucker Mounting Screws & Springs and Ring Mounting Screws

    Looking for a set of two original 1960's humbucker height adjustment screws and springs and all 8 humbucker ring mounting screws. Crusty is fine. The others I have already are. 435-429-9444
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    Original Dallas Rangemaster, practically NIB! Serious history!

    Check this out! Unreal! I'm not the seller or in anyway affiliated. I've just never seen one in such fantastic condition, with the original box and papers, as well. The original lead and plug. I think those are...
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    WTB / WTT: Original 1974 MXR Blue Box

    Not a reissue. Not modded or repaired. No holes drilled. Who's got one to sell or trade? I'll pay the going rate. If you happen to need pickups, wiring harness, hardware, service, etc. I'll even overpay in the form of trade.
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    WTB: Original 1970's G12H Greenback

    I'm looking for this: Original Pulsonic cone G12H 30W 55Hz "ROLA CELESTION LTD." branded with a 1972 date code would be an ideal match to the ones I have, but I'm still interested in others. Part number stamp would be "T1281" (or "T1534" - they are the same speaker). Can anyone help me...
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    Serious Greenback G12H 55Hz Comparison: Vintage Pulsonic, Scumback, Heritage

    I put together a rather exhaustive comparison of a couple G12H 55Hz speakers, comparing two highly regarded "replicas" to the original Pulsonic cone Celestion version. The tests are done with a 1959 style Telecaster, an R9 with real 1959 PAFs, and through a SLP and 1960B cab. The test tones...
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    !! SOLD !! New UK-made Heritage Series Celestion G12H (55) 15 Ohm Greenback Speakers G12H Heritage UK 30 Watts 15 Ohms (commonly called "16 Ohms" - same speaker) 55 Hz Model: T1281 Fresh pulls from a new Marshall 1960BHW cabinet. I'm...
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    Practically brand new. These are Celestion's most popular Greenback and often considered the best vintage Greenback copy made. ...but they just didn't fit my personal tastes. My loss but you can score a great deal with these! I'm experienced shipping raw speakers and know how to do it right. No...
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    Dye for yellowing clear nitro

    I made a dumb mistake and learned from it. I used the powdered alcohol soluble amber/yellow dye from LMII to make an "aged" clear nitro to use as a final coat on a couple guitars. Worked great. Until they got some sun. They lightened up, rather than yellowing further, as the amber dye faded...
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    Shipping rosewood FB guitar from US to Canada - what am I looking at?

    If I ship a Tele I build with a rosewood fretboard over the boarder to a buyer in Canada, what do I have to do? I know CITES has grown and changed and I'm not familiar with the process. I think it no longer matters if the FB is Indian or Brazilian, but I'm not confident in my knowledge of...
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    Vintage / Modern Greenback Frequency Response Comparison

    I'm just starting off a project analyzing and comparing some different speakers and I thought you guys might enjoy some of my early results.... This is white noise: This is pink noise, but I haven't had a chance to make a fancy overlay out of it like the other.... ...and here is a more...
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    Amp tech in the Las Vegas area (or SLC)?

    I've got an opportunity to buy an amp at a more than fair price, which reflects the fact that it needs a little love from a pro. It's a got some hum at idle with nothing plugged in and all the knobs down, with new tubes and clean power. I'd rather not poke around in this one and if I resell it...
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    WTB / WTT Pulsonic Cone T1281 / T1534 Celestion / Rola Speakers

    I'm short a few of these for a rig I'm rebuilding. The T1281 is the G12H-30 55Hz, Heavy Magnet, Bass Cone version Greenback. I think the date range is 1965-1972 but there might be some debate on that and I won't claim to be the final authority on it. If you have any you are willing to part...
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    WTB / WTT - Blackburn for Kalamazoo

    I had to kick my XF1 habit at least a decade ago. My XF2 substitutions had to stop shortly after. SEDs and original Svets kept me hooked for a while but, even those are now out of my range. For power tubes, I've had to reluctantly convert to modern production. My bass clarity and full lower mids...
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    NOS 1969 Blonde Telecaster & 1968 Pro Reverb find - unreal!

    Insane that this stuff can still be discovered! I know it's not a Burst, but wow! Garret Park Guitars, in Maryland, just found/scored a real new old stock, in the original box, '69 Tele and a matching 68 Pro Reverb. Crazy awesome find! Originally sold by Washington Music Center. Both music shops...
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    WTB / WTT: Original Fender WRHBs

    Anyone have original Fender Wide Range Humbuckers they are willing to part with? :dunno: I can trade ReWind products/services or pay cash. Just looking for a set for myself to outfit a Tele I picked up in trade.
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    Gibson Quick Connect Plugs - Molex and Mouser Part Numbers HERE

    This comes up regularly. I've shared these part numbers in response to several other threads but thought I'd just post them right here so folks can more easily find them in a search. Here are the Molex and Mouser part numbers, along with corresponding photos, for the two common Quick Connect...
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    Royal Amps?

    Anyone have one? Is the real-life feel legit? Better to DIY with real vintage? I'm more interested in the Hiwatt than the Plexi. I've already got a Plexi that runs KT88s (and it's epic!).
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    Seen the new DiMarzio magnet-free 80's T-Top yet? :shock: :facepalm: :Ohno: :hmm: I like how the "designer" re-used the DiMarzio cloth tape on the T-Top bobbins. Classy move. :thumb:
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    Greeny Burst Pickups - My Thoughts....

    Undoubtedly, there is much interest and much speculation about the Peter Green “Greeny” Burst pickups. Just like most people who claim to actually know some truth about that guitar, I've never once had it in my hands, much less been inside it or the pickups to know any facts about it. One...
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    All About Rough Cast & "Polished" AlNiCo Magnets

    This comes up fairly regularly so I thought I'd just put together a comprehensive post, outlining some of what I've learned through my experiences and experiments with different foundries and magnets. Rough cast guitar magnets and “polished” guitar magnets are made the same way (at a given...