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Recommended spare parts suppliers + guides/diagrams

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Thunderbird neck dive fix
[url="http://www.lysator.liu.se/~wizkid/music/thunderbird_mod/"]http://www.lysator.liu.se/~wizkid/music/thunderbird_mod/[/url]

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What about our very own OBBM's Bassic bits at [url="http://www.bassic.co.uk/"]http://www.bassic.co.uk/[/url]

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Another one for you Hamster mate.

[url="http://www.roqsolid.co.uk/phpNuke/index.php"]http://www.roqsolid.co.uk/phpNuke/index.php[/url] for amp and cab covers.

They also have an e-bay shop [url="http://stores.ebay.co.uk/ROQSOLID-POWERCOVERS"]http://stores.ebay.co.uk/ROQSOLID-POWERCOVERS[/url]

Cheers

Pete

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For excellent quality reproduction vintage headstock waterslide decals - this guy is THE BEST & cheap as well.
[url="http://search.ebay.co.uk/_W0QQsassZbrauskoh"]http://search.ebay.co.uk/_W0QQsassZbrauskoh[/url]
Highly recommended.

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Not a shop but a free resource that Warwick owners may not know about; wiring diagrams for Warwick electrics.

[url="http://www.warwickbass.com/schematics/"]http://www.warwickbass.com/schematics/[/url]

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EBS onboard preamps now available via Bernie Goodfellow at www.gbguitars.co.uk

Really nice amp covers at www.d2fcovers.com (US)

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Just thought I'd mention a proviso on Farnell - minimum order of £20 when paying with personal credit/debit card. Thankfully my work has an account with them for when I want a single [b]black[/b] Neutrik locking jack socket without paying same again or more for postage :)

Sucks to be small fry sometimes.

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I have had good experiences buying tubes from Hotrox [url="http://www.hotroxuk.com/"]www.hotroxuk.com/[/url]
They were helpful and not hell bent on selling you the most expensive stuff. Ended up having a 15minute chat about 60's carlsbro heads, which was unexpected but good! :)

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Has anyone bought anything from Haneberg.se recently?

I emailed him but he didn't reply - which doesn't really encourage me to pay him money through paypal...

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This company [url="http://www.bassguitarpartsdirect.co.uk/"]http://www.bassguitarpartsdirect.co.uk/[/url] appear to stock only Bass products and have a large selection of Machineheads and Bridges.

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check this from Fender - covers lecky diagrams for [b]ALL[/b][u][/u] Fender instruments and amps, their dating, manuals etc ..... can be down loaded on pdf ..... apologies if this is on another thread but being a newbie I may have missed it so don't flame me ...........



[url="http://www.fender.co.uk/support/wiring_diagrams_parts_lists.php"]http://www.fender.co.uk/support/wiring_dia...parts_lists.php[/url]

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Here's a source for screws, bolts and stuff but more importantly, american size fixings. Got some 10/32 socket head screws for my Genz amp.

No minimum order - you can literally order a couple of screws- I did!

[url="http://www.stagonset.co.uk/fasteners?t=1231346488&output_frontpage=yes&cart_id=6587087_17592"]http://www.stagonset.co.uk/fasteners?t=123...d=6587087_17592[/url]

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I've just got myself a headstock decal from a UK ebay source. It's of as high a quality as I've seen and superbly packaged with clear instructions. It was £6 inc postage.

The guy is wary of my posting links to his website which has pics of his wares which is fair enough - but if anyone's interested in doing up their basses with such products PM me and I'll give you the links.

BTW - my opinion of anyone using products such as these to try and scam someone else into buying a fake is lower than a Yorkshire Terrier's bollocks. I'm sure most of us around here are decent enough to use these things for cosmetic reasons re. their own gear and should they decide to sell on will be 100% accurate in their descriptions of what they're selling.

I would hate anyone looking here to abuse my faith in their honesty.

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Posting in another thread has reminded me to post this here.

I bought some valves for my Marshall TSL100 from these guys. Reasonably priced and considerably cheaper than say, Watford Valves.

[url="http://www.voc-rock-guitars.com/index.html"]http://www.voc-rock-guitars.com/index.html[/url]

Cheers

Pete

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Found this interesting U.S.A. site with a vast range of parts.
Not tried them yet though!

[url="http://www.grguitars.com/parts_5bass.htm"]http://www.grguitars.com/parts_5bass.htm[/url]


Will.

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Make your own Fender style logo decal
[url="http://caraguitars.com/make_fender_decal.asp"]http://caraguitars.com/make_fender_decal.asp[/url]

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Angela Instruments - bass, guitar, and amp parts etc, a supplier popular with those who build their own Fender VI copies.

[url="http://angela.com/"]http://angela.com/[/url]

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[url="http://www.oilcitypickups.co.uk"]www.oilcitypickups.co.uk[/url]

Again he doesn't advertise bass pickups (at present) but will custom wind what you want.
I've just got my beloved wizard neck pup rewound for very reasonable money after it got broken. I mentioned i had a gig and even though he said he was busy it was back with me in two days! A top bloke and excellent customer service.

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