I used to sell a fair amount of stuff in varying places but I stopped a fair while ago and got some left over stuff I need to get rid of. In an ideal world I'd like someone to make me an offer for the whole lot and take it off my hands. Please feel free to try me for a price I don't know what I'd take. Otherwise please make offers on whatever you want. Seperated strings in to brands to make things easier.
3 sets of D'addario exl110 from a multi pack 2 sets D'addario epn110 4 sets pro arte normal tension
1 set hybrid slinkys 1 set power slinkys 2 sets super slinkys
2 sets newtone electric masters .009 4 sets newtone electric masters .010 3 sets .011 12 string acoustic
got boxes of picks that are 0.46mm and 0.71mm mixed. the boxes are 100 picks. got 3 of them, 2 have been opened and probably have no more than 25 missing. I'm not counting the things though.. also got a bag of aprox. 25 but they are of poor quality and whoever buys the others can have them.
Jim Dunlop thumb picks - in the shell type got 3 large and 2 medium. Also got 2 medium white.
4 straplocks unbranded
2 unbranded trigger capos, one red one blue
5 black straps of slightly low quality but would do the job. One unpackaged.
3 straps with yellow and black design of very high quality with the adjustable leather ends. One unpackaged.
And I doubt anyone will want them but got one row of 6 inline through head 12 string guitar tuners from a 1975 yamaha. These are incredibly hard to find as it took me ages when I needed them.
If you want any pictures or more details on anything feel free to ask.
Hi there, I would like some ideas on how to make a way combining 2 signals onboard so that I don't have 2 wires coming out. However I would like to be able to have a blender knob so you can decide which is more prominent. I'm guessing if the blender wouldn't be too easy, it wouldn't be too bad because you could set the volumes on the two pre-amps. Oh or thinking about it could you just wire both to the same output jack? Perhaps I've just answered my question haha. Any help appreciated though, thanks a lot
Hi there, So I have been repairing the electronics in a Les Paul type guitar, finally have just got it working but for the neck pickup the volume and tone controls are working backwards, ie full volume on 0 if that makes sense. Presumably this is something to do with an earthing wire, however I've been soldering all day and I am getting fed up so if anyone can help it would be highly apreciated. Many thanks
Scratchplate was finished being painted today (enamel paints). Was painted by an art teacher. The guitar is a strat I customise when I have enough money, it has CourdroyEW pickups and a switch to bypass the volume (kinda like the opposite to a killswitch in a way). The next thing I want to do is have a maple neck with abalone inlays. Edit - picture coming up far too small here is a link for you to enjoy http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/itf-2-w9Lif4S7__0_aPqA?feat=directlink