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  1. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    You use a hacksaw to remove the old straplocks. Fucked up'dly enough, this was the least invasive method. Angle grinding/dremeling/precision drilling to destroy the stupid jammed part and get to the screw head would have been way more invasive and high risk to the guitar. Fuck Dunlop...
  2. Guitar Parts & Accessories For Sale / Trade /...
    I have some random dunlop parts. I have a set of gold pins, 2 sets of black pins, a set of black strap attachments, and a set of chrome strap attachments. Shoot me $5 and they're yours. I also have a few random packs of strings (some eb11s, dd 11s, dd 10 stainless, some classicals) that are...
  3. Guitar: Tech, Electronics and DIY
    Suck a dick. The fact that these even exist when Schaller got it right from the start is a slap in the face of reason.
  4. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    Played a gig last night. Kind of a small crowd, so we were all going for it to try and put a bit of energy into the room. In the past I have been criticised for being a bit static on stage; once I realised that 98% of the crowd a) can't tell and b) don't care if I hit absolutely every single...
  5. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    Kaboom! :mad: ... Almost! :woohoo: Thanks to my catlike ninja reflexes, I caught my singlecut as it's upper straplock fell off. The nut unscrewed (despite the washer) and the lock just popped right out of the strap. I have straplocks on two guitars, and ClipLock's on ~18. That number will...
  6. Amps & Gear For Sale / Trade / Wanted
    new in packaging, never used em, just dug em out of the parts bin. $12 shipped ConUS, let me know if you need pictures cause youre weird
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