Re: Offset Parts and Suppliers

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Re: Offset Parts and Suppliers

Post by El Reclusa » Mon May 20, 2019 5:49 pm

timtam wrote:
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El Reclusa wrote:
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As long as we're on the topic of suppliers, anybody know where I can find either a bridge and tailpiece from a TVL JM or get Staytrem parts Stateside?

I used the TVL hardware I got from a friend who went the Mastery route on my Jag and love it. I'm about to start a matching Jazzmaster build and would really like the same hardware for it.

The TVL trem (0054466000) is the same as AVRI62/AV65 trem, which also goes by 0054466049 ... ... 4-2014.pdf ... 054466000/ ... 66000.html ... 66000.aspx

The TVL bridge (7702080000) with brass saddles and Staytrem-/Marr-like anti-sink nylon bushings is unique to the TVL and sometimes crops up on reverb, eg ... dge-chrome
Similar to the original Marr bridge (~56mm E-E spacing ?).
Ended up getting that trem (for now at least, until the Descendant is available at which point I'll move it to my Squier VI) and a Marr bridge for the JM. MJT is buffing it in the next couple of days and (hopefully! ) I'll have it in time for the 3 day weekend...

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B&B necks!

Post by MayTheFuzzBeWithYou » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:06 pm

Hey it's more a question than a recommendation: (so mods: feel free to move it anywhere where it fits better!)

European/German offsetters forward!
Have you ever heard of the (German) supplier Hermann's guitars? I was looking for B&B necks (Jaguar necks originally... I vaguely remembered a seller from Australia "SurfJag" or some other combination of words associated with Surf and guitars - but couldn't find any offers of them but instead I found this: ... Sw~dhcsPNM I think they look good!
It says Canadian maple - but could be another one of those Chinese necks... but they look more Jazzmaster-y than the one I have/Rexter is having at the moment for headstock matching - due to the position of the Truss-rod access. And I payed almost double for mine... :fp:
They have a Pau Ferro fingerboard - but in fact look really good!

Any experiences with these necks or the seller?
If not and desperately in need of a B&B neck for a project? You're welcome! ::)

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Re: Offset Parts and Suppliers

Post by kurski » Thu Sep 26, 2019 10:18 am
Dont know of this has been posted but nevertheless there is a new company, UK based, makes bodies and necks fender models including offsets I will definitely check them out in the future.

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