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KiOgon

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  • Birthday 31/01/1951

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    1066 Country Bexhill

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  1. The 2 big caps will be the most expensive obviously, while you're in there - or your tech. if you find one - I'd say replace all the electrolytics, they won't cost a fortune. You could do with checking all the diodes too. No armchair diagnosis is going to be perfect, there's no substitute for a real life inspection/repair/test. I'd have a word with PJB first though. Cheerz, John
  2. It's a pleasure to start a thread for Mike, he contacted me about a wiring kit for his Mustang, spot on comms and instant payment, a perfect transaction. Very happy to deal with again and highly recommend. Cheerz, John
  3. Another loom for Alex, Jaguar with series/parallel, I think he likes it 😁 Perfect transaction from a great basschatter - again πŸ˜‰ Cheerz, John
  4. I worked with Ander's idea for his P-bass and made up a loom with my tone switch - which he's rather pleased with 😁 Splendid chap to deal with, great comms and instant payment - perfect transaction - very happy to recommend and deal with again. Cheerz, John
  5. Potato yourself 😁 welcome to the machine πŸ‘
  6. @Pirellithecat You haven't mentioned the electronics, what have you got in there? πŸ˜‰
  7. Ted bought a wiring kit for his Jazz bass, his first time fitting a loom and pick-ups turned out great. A pleasure to deal with, great comms and instant payment, perfect transaction. Cheerz, John
  8. So you're saying it is a circle then! 😁
  9. Nein # helping more πŸ˜†
  10. Spending out big bucks on pick-ups and fitting them in with standard el cheapo wiring pots and jack is just the wrong way round of doing things πŸ˜‰
  11. That's shocking, no age at all, my condolences to his family and friends. I only knew Martin through his 'wheeling and dealing' here, always a pleasure to deal with. RIP MB1
  12. Steve ordered a loom for his Jazz, first time he'd done anything like fitting a loom so a few questions later - bingo - all's well and sounding great. Learning curve completed 🀩 great success! A pleasure to deal with, instant payment and great comms, highly recommended. Cheerz, John
  13. @KevL Very good advice there πŸ‘
  14. Like it πŸ˜‰ and BONUS, far fewer moths and flying things attracted to my monitor πŸ˜†
  15. Great job again guys, thanks for the upgrade and keep up the good work πŸ‘
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