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Already went with Vintage Forge -- have been very satisfied with multiple knob order from them -- but will keep the above vendor in mind for the...
Looks great -- that's the size, color, thickness and non-recessed style I'm going to go with with for my project.
I've got one, PM me your mailing address.
Would do an even $100 shipped CONUS for one (1) TV Classic Bridge Gold finish in Excellent or better condition, PM me if you've got one you'd like...
They are one and the same. In the company's own words, "Roswell Pickups is a new pickup brand launched in 2014. Roswell is a new name of WSC...
These two courses by the well respected round these parts Randy Richter, which seem well suited to the current state of your playing skills as you...
The Roswells (formerly WSC) -- now supplied as stock on all new Harley Bentons -- are probably the same "Fidelitron" pickups Fender mounts in its...
Fordham Road & Jerome Ave here (originally, anyway). Also, a Science grad.
My dream Gretsch is in transit to me as I type this (just got underway today, in fact). While a very modest piece, not likely to be much coveted...
Let me support you with my Surf Green Tele and old (rectangular) tweed case.
Okay. I don't really see how that's possible, but I appreciate the reply (and the photo), regardless.
In the string slots, no?
Curious: By what evidence / reasoning do you arrive at the "no friction" claim / conclusion for the bar bridges pictured in your post?
This is what you've got, Brian...
Model Name: G5438 Pro Jet™, Rosewood Fingerboard, Gold
Model Number: 2517010544
Which of the many "Wilkinson" versions is your preference, if indeed you have one (along with a purchase link, perhaps)?
Recall your posts and pretty (Peavey!) pix from other boards (TDPRI, et al), Brian, welcome!
Twang in a humbucker form factor: https://www.lollarguitars.com/lollar-other-single-coil-pickups/novel-t-bridge
Nice. Fan of the line. Have one of my own.
You cannot go wrong with a Reverend. Best of luck in your search. Meantime, here's my Vito Sig, mid-mod...
The bike's almost twenty years older than the guitar, so there's our answer! ;)