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KiOgon

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About KiOgon

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    The Dreaded Batter Pudding Hurler of Bexhill-on-Sea
  • Birthday 31/01/1951

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    1066 Country Bexhill

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  1. I made a series/parallel jazz bass loom for Ross, after a bit of bother with his 'tech' fitting it, another happy customer. Cheerz, John
  2. I made another loom for Alex, Tele flavour this time, great to deal with, spot on comms and instant payment, super b'cer. Cheerz, John
  3. There's an offer too good to refuse, fantastic @GisserD
  4. I use StewMac's, https://www.stewmac.com/Luthier_Tools/Tools_by_Job/Tools_for_Nuts_and_Saddles/Gauged_Nut_Slotting_Files.html
  5. Why not use a rotary switch? You could simply have 2, 3, 4 , 6 or so options.
  6. @dorsetbod My son's g/f's dad has started making leather goods, custom made by hand and doing guitar straps. If you would like to contact him, here's his facebook link; https://www.facebook.com/sussexhandcraftedleather/ It's a very small - one man and his dog - operation and he's keen to get started, at very competitive prices!
  7. Check the wiring of the pick ups, what colour wires go where?
  8. My bad - I should have said parallel not series and yes both or either one will work together or alone.
  9. @PJ-Bassist How have you connected it? https://nordstrandaudio.com/pages/pickup-wiring-diagrams-and-schematics Cheerz, John
  10. Simple job especialy as you have the hole already, another socket wired in series with the original gives you the 2 outputs, two standard leads for split or one lead in either socket for normal.
  11. WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH BBC SOUND ENGINEERS? Couldn't hear a note from Richard Jones!
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