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Discussion in 'The Great Bigsby forum' started by Stefan, Oct 10, 2018.
I wanted to order a vintage narrow handle (just the handle!) here in germany:
You could forge one yourself for way less than that.
I have to admit I did pay about that much for a Duane Eddy handle herr in The Netherlands. Worth it though!
I‘ve bought 2 Duane Eddy handles here for 30€ each...
I can get the duane eddy one for you guys for $55. (the other one snaps at the base, I've had 3 bad ones, not so w the eddy) shipping is always costly to the Euro nation but buying a "Handful" of them might be beneficial?
Now there's a Bigsby dealer stepping up to the plate... Make sure that they're CITES compliant before shipping, Tavo!
Where did you get them from?
But I‘m afraid the Duane handle is sold out...
Thanks, I'll keep an eye on that shop.
Maybe it is made of solid sterling silver. That would justify the hefty pricetag.
Another example for price madness:
Here's another... I get that it's a vintage 50s B6 component but it needs a lot of help to be functional!
If it's Damascus steel, then heck yeah. I'd love to see that. Next episode of forged in fire, four contestants face off to make a Damascus bigsby. Only on the history channel