Re: blocks & binding

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Re: blocks & binding

Post by zhivago » Wed Dec 20, 2006 2:27 am

excellent...change the tires, give it an oil change...change the air filter and also replace the old brakepads...you should be good to go!

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Re: blocks & binding

Post by berlinbetty » Wed Dec 20, 2006 8:16 am

  I'm still new here, but is this what they refer to as a "thread hijacking"? :D
  Since there are a lot of purists out there, I'll pose this question...  Is it too much of an abomination to put a vintage neck on a brand spanking new 2006 Japanese JM?
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Re: blocks & binding

Post by daydreamdelay » Wed Dec 20, 2006 8:28 am

no that's upgrading.. hopefully with the intent of matching it back up with correct parts later  ;)


adding an after market neck to a vintage guitar is downgrading

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