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  1. Building too-many-guitars is an expensive habit, especially when building them purely for yourself. It makes you appreciate the second-hand market for kidneys and teaches hard decision-making on hardware choices. Whilst the gold standard might be a premium set of Sperzel, Schaller or Hipshot tuners the final decision often comes down to final project cost. Saving on the tuners might cover you most of the cost of a pickup or tank of petrol (five years ago). Wilkinson tuners occupy an interesting place in the market. They don't appear to compete with other manufacturers through the usual marketi
  2. Up for grabs is my much loved (and well looked after) Schaller Hannes fixed bridge in gold finish. In my opinion, it's by far one of the most amazing feeling, playing, and sounding fixed bridges I have ever used. Zero finish tarnishing, well looked after, and the only wear is on the saddles where the strings sit, but very minimal! Comes with everything you need to install it plus a transparent template. It was carefully removed from my custom Stinnett which you can see here: http://www.stinnettg....com/Paul V.htm Reason for sale is that I have now replaced it with the piezo version
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