Skatterbrane T-Shawbranes * Eureka!

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Better than original Shaws IMHO, as the bridge doesn't sound thin or anemic, as original Gibson's were prone to.

Bright nickel covers in excellent condition. Was going to keep these to the back, as these aren't made any longer.

Pro lead extensions. Bobbins, I've been told are zebra but I have not confirmed (Covers have not been removed). Pristine save for a small scratch next to the B-string screw on the bridge cover; artifacts in photo of covers are reflections.

At 75°:
N: 7.50Ω, ~15" lead, A5 mags
B: 7.41Ω, ~10" lead, A5 mags

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Looks like your set has the expensive Montreux Time Machine PAF replica covers that Rod used on some humbuckers. Those are very nice.

GLWS!
 

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If you just want to know the bobbin colors, all you have to do is back out one of the pole screws to determine the screw coil color.

For the slug coil, remove one of the brass screws from the baseplate under the slug bobbin. Look in the hole with a bright flashlight. Without a light, everything will look black.

No need to remove covers just to check bobbin colors on humbuckers.
 

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STOPPP! Lol, or I'm going to end up putting these back in the pickup drawer again ;)

Already thinking about pilfering the covers for my own use :p
 




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