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RichardH
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Post by RichardH »

Aren't the pickups the Q tuners?
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!
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Post by Steve »

They certainly are...:)
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Post by Greenman »

Your work is over the top Robbie.
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Post by hoytbasses »

VERY nice stuff.... I especially like the fiver for the Hirose fellow. what is the topwood?

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Post by RIGSBY »

Tom's custom 4

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Post by Lefthooer »

Know this is a bit of an old post but just picked up the thread - what do you make of the Q-Tuner pick ups. I am planning a build and using one. They read very well, but an opinion from someone who has used them would be good. Plan at the moment is for a single pu with volume and parallel/series switch. As is my want passive and no tone control.

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Post by Steve »

I was thinking about using these in a bass I am assembling at the moment, but as I already have a pair of EMGs lying around, I don't think I can justify the additional expense.

I've read a few posts on other forums that have said service is slow at best. So get your order in quick if you have a deadline.
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Post by Lefthooer »

I think even if their service is glacial they'll beat the time it takes me to get the thing off the drawing board - do you still have these in CAD?
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Post by Steve »

Lefthooer wrote: - do you still have these in CAD?

No...I was just bolting an eBay neck to an eBay body:D
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Post by RIM Basses »

Hi Guys,

Rays bass is now finished and he's come to collect it today. He was over the moon with it, so that another happy customer!

Cheers for the kind words guys!

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Cheers,

Robbie.
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