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  • Birthday 29/04/1951

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  1. I've got one of these, and I can completely vouch for their build quality, even with a wee bit of damage as pictured. They are also very good at what they do. I vetted many loopers before settling on this one. There are tons of videos on YouTube showing how to use its many features. Buy it, somebody, you won't regret it!
  2. Looks like a blue ghost that is very happy to have escaped.
  3. Nope. Looks good now. Leave well alone! You can take wood off but you can’t put it back! *cackles and scratches snaggly beard*
  4. I freaking love that. Shame about the nut width on these beauties.
  5. Stew, don't fret about the finish repair until you've got the board back on. Then we can all have a butcher's at the result, and confer about what happens next. You are doing REALLY well. It took balls to have at it with the iron, but you only gone and done it! Onward!
  6. Nice. Sorry to have missed this. To my eye the nut looks narrower than the usual 43mm of this model. If it was narrower, you can all come round and watch me kick myself.
  7. I got round to changing out the bridge on mine.
  8. And an Ashbory for really up close.
  9. I assume the grey object is an internally threaded tube. Is it possible to obtain threaded tube local to you?
  10. Good work, pineweasel! I love Cupid and Psyche ‘85, great songs on there!
  11. Hmm. What’s the diameter of the section that passes through the headstock?
  12. I changed out the bridge for an MM lookey-likey from eBay. A bit of hassle with that but it came out fine. Then I tried a pickup from a Ray 34 kindly donated to me by Dov. This sounds more polite than the original ceramic, which I might go back to. Others on here have added various neck pickups to liven things up also. I’m planning a Ray build perhaps with a Jazz pickup in the neck position.
  13. The clipped pin/nail method will do the trick. Don’t listen to the alarmists, Stew, we got your back bro!
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