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  1. Thanks for your reply. It is the strength that is my concern. My initial headstock design gives me 13mm of wood between a 17mm diameter hole and the headstock edge, without any overhang of tuner or washer, and plenty of knob turning room.
  2. Hi, I'm hoping some of the more experienced builders here can give me some advice. What is the recommended or minimum distance from the machine head hole edge to the edge of the headstock? TIA Verb
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  4. Thank you. I see what you mean, the headstock is also a bit like the Warwick/Status Buzzard , but in a more restrained way.
  5. I came across this photo, and was wondering if the headstock belonged to a production bass?
  6. I did have one of James Hetfield's but it's long gone, and I did catch one of Alice in Chains bassist Mike Inez' picks but gave it to the youngster I was with as they collected stuff like that. Not a plectrum, but at a Soundgarden gig Ben Shephard took off his bass during the last song and gave it to a member of the audience.
  7. I'm not very far into it yet, it will take me a while. Yes the fills and the fluidity are the sticky points.
  8. I'm having a go at Fool for your Loving using Neil Murray's transcription. I may be a while.
  9. Could they be from a Triumph upright?
  10. EMG show the rails as being 2.9 inches long with a maximum recommended string width of 2.5 inches.
  11. Super, thanks. I will try again.
  12. Was that recently and about the course?
  13. Thanks, I will try ringing him.
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