What Member Or Members Sell Pots, Wire, Switches, Jacks And So Forth?

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  1. tkcrabby

    tkcrabby Active Member

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    What member or members sell pots, wire, switches, jacks and so forth? And does the same do entire wiring harnesses?
     
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    uwmcscott AGF Survivor Champ

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    Buddha tim set me up with a really nice wiring harness to go along with a set of pickups I bought, not sure if he does just the parts though.
     
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    idiotsdelight Well-Known Member

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    Arrowhead/Pete has a shop. Not sure if he deals with shipping.
     

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    tkcrabby Active Member

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    Thanks guys, anyone else? Was there a "harpster" or Harp something or other that did wiring harnesses?
     
  5. uwmcscott

    uwmcscott AGF Survivor Champ

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    Harpmaster. He's long gone and left a sour taste in the mouth round here due to some long delayed and botched projects.
     
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    Mickey Gandalf the Intonationer

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    While he had some great pickups,
    harpmaster was not the most honest of people to deal with.
    He's been gone for years. I just noticed his account is no longer on the system.
     
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    Ya shame as I liked his pickups. Just issues with his buisness managing and meking excuses. I still have a set of strat "vintage 54's " However Buddha tim does great work making wounderful pickups and harnesses. He does outstanding work , great to work with, and will listen to what you want. Many members on here are great to work with, andrewsrea, rmfloyd ,tvvoodoo, etc All make quality stuff!!!
     
  8. uwmcscott

    uwmcscott AGF Survivor Champ

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    I would give a +1 to this. I owned some Harpmaster pickups and they were nice, but Buddha's are a whole differnt ballgame. The AJL/Harpmaster pickups were made in batches to Harmpaster specs by someone else. Buddha's are true custom pickups, each individually wound and build to spec.
     
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    Buddha Pickups Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys
    I don't make many harnesses anymore, just a few here and there.
    Pickups are much more satisfying :)
     
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    Oh, how I'd love to have a loaded 2x P90 lefty pickguard made up for an SX hawk.
    Even without the pickups, since I have a pair of AD2000 P90s I bought from TJ, an otherwise loaded lefty PG for the Hawk would be sweet.
    You know, since Rondo doesn't seem interested in giving us lefty Hawks with P90s.
    That, and the fact that I already have a Hawk to put them in.

    Or, just the wiring harness with switch, pots, and jack for said lefty Hawk with 2 P90s.
     
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    Why not build your own. Pots, capacitors, switches, and wire are relatively inexpensive and easy-to-find on money-bay, amazon, Guitar Madness, Amplified Parts, etc. Soldering isn't particularly difficult with a little practice, and there are numerous youtube videos that illustrate exactly how to do it. Promise, if I can do it, anyone can! (and I didn't even burn myself........much:whistle:).
     
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    they used to, wish I bought 2 when these were being blown out at $69.99 7216d5b33475a9b09bae5f62ea100643.jpg

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
     
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    Nice.
    It seems I missed out on a great deal.
     

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