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Old 01-11-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
Bidley
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UK FS: Partscaster and pedals (UK)

Partscaster

The neck is rosewood fretboard, finished in satin with a soft C profile. The fretboard radius is 12", 22 frets with zero wear. I bought it from CH Guitars, and it's surprisingly nice. I added a graphite nut, not the neatest job but plays perfectly well.

The body is an old Squier in white (well, used to be white, it's now just off-white). It has a black scratchplate at the mo (I have an identical one in white I can throw in) with an HSS configuration.

The pickups are an Irongear Hot Slag in the bridge in zebra, a Fender Japan single in the middle, and a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails in the neck. In my opinion they all sound brilliant and are very well-balanced. The SD's mounting holes are rung through (plastic baseplate) so I had to go Blue Peter and use some PTFE tape so the screws and springs stay there. It's at a good height so it shouldn't need adjusting.

The tremolo is a Wilkinson two-point in black, and the tuners are Wilkinson EZ-Lok, also in back. I think it's a looker, and plays really nicely.

I'm looking for about 100, not including any kind of postage (I don't have a hard or soft case for it). I'm based in Ely, Cambridgeshire, but I can drive to meet up if needed. I have cash to put towards some kind of deal too, see this thread.

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BOSS LS2

Ok, so it's a bit battered and worse for wear, but still works perfectly and is incredibly handy. 35 posted.

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Magnetic Effects Fixed Wah pedal

It does exactly that - the sound of a wah mid-travel, giving a unique, throaty EQ change, almost like an envelope filter. The knob controls the Q, so it's like the wah treadle. The switch switches the subtlety from vintage voicing to a more modern sound. This sound great, especially with a fuzz - think "Money For Nothing". Chewy! Cost me 60, yours for 40 posted

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Old 01-11-2013, 10:31 PM   #2
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Balls, I linked to a thread on another forum, sorry!
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Old 01-14-2013, 05:17 PM   #3
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LS2 and Cool Rails sold.
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Arse, I forgot to say I'm parting the guitar out, so everything is available separately apart from the neck, tuners and Cool Rails. PM me for prices.
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Old 01-21-2013, 04:28 PM   #5
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Hey bud how much for the slag-im in the uk.

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