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    #76
    Originally posted by Danocoustic View Post
    There's this plate thing that mounts to those open tailpiece holes and kinda camouflages them.

    Just a suggestion.
    Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

    Link?
    Originally posted by Danocoustic View Post

    Sorry
    Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

    Originally posted by Danocoustic View Post
    Another option is a string retainer bar. Puts some downforce on the bridge.
    Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

    The X-Trem already has one of those.
    Originally posted by Danocoustic View Post

    Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

    Originally posted by Danocoustic View Post
    Well, do something about those holes, they look stupid.
    I’m going to put the Stop tail back on it, I’m sick of that GFS whammy. I didn’t even put it on right

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      #77
      I found the old stoptail and bridge and put them back on, and I put a sticker to cover up the holes left by the X-Trem.

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        #78
        I changed my mind on the sticker placement

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          #79
          Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

















          I’m going to put the Stop tail back on it, I’m sick of that GFS whammy. I didn’t even put it on right
          A roller bridge and locking tuners will increase tuning stability.

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            #80
            Originally posted by AJ6stringsting View Post

            A roller bridge and locking tuners will increase tuning stability.
            It did have a roller bridge on it, a GFS Wilkinson roller bridge. But I put the regular TOM bridge back on it when I removed the X-Trem.

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            • AJ6stringsting
              AJ6stringsting commented
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              Just experiment to see what works.

            #81
            Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

            It did have a roller bridge on it, a GFS Wilkinson roller bridge. But I put the regular TOM bridge back on it when I removed the X-Trem.

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              #82
              Originally posted by Mr. Rags View Post

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                #83
                Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post

                It did have a roller bridge on it, a GFS Wilkinson roller bridge. But I put the regular TOM bridge back on it when I removed the X-Trem.

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                  #84

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                    #85
                    Originally posted by HumBuzzingStatic View Post


                    Why are you being trusted with a soldering iron?

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                      #86
                      Originally posted by FUX View Post

                      Why are you being trusted with a soldering iron?
                      I can own one in Texas

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                        #87
                        Do not want.

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                          #88
                          My current beaterClick image for larger version  Name:	FB_20170301_12_56_37_Saved_Picture.jpg Views:	0 Size:	101.0 KB ID:	196470

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                            #89
                            Originally posted by oldsoapbars View Post
                            My current beaterClick image for larger version Name:	FB_20170301_12_56_37_Saved_Picture.jpg Views:	0 Size:	101.0 KB ID:	196470
                            If Ted Nugent seen that guitar .... He would proudly jump on it like he jumped on 13 year old groupies back in the 1970's .....

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                              #90
                              Originally posted by AJ6stringsting View Post

                              If Ted Nugent seen that guitar .... He would proudly jump on it like he jumped on 13 year old groupies back in the 1970's .....
                              I traded a bright blue metal flake Cortez Led Paul for it in 1976.

                              My favorite guitar ever. I've played hundreds of gigs with it.

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