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codedog wrote: Fri May 28, 2021 3:39 pm Look around for Göldo G5 too. Basically, Göldo is the parent company that builds those trems. They supply Duesenberg with those trems that have the right branding, and some minor styling elements. They also sell Göldo ones that are unbranded, and may not have some of the art deco styling. I think the trem arm tips are just plain cylindrical things, without the "steps" that make them look art deco-ish. No "D" of Duesenberg either. Other than that, they're identical. I think I have seen them on Ebay too.
Thanks found them. :) seems i can get them for a about $220nzd.

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Danger Mouse wrote: Fri May 28, 2021 4:13 pm

Ah so would your mate/bandmate be Mike Cheer then? He sounds like someone I could enjoy a beer with, perhaps a can of Gunpowder Bock, and waffle on about brewing and metal, two of my favourite subjects!

I was actually reading about that beer today, I'm a Beer Jerk customer and got an email about it, already thought it was cool.

Now it's extra cool!
he is indeed,been mates for a while now and he's played in a few bands with me over the years.he's currently playing bass for IDIOT BEAST, the peavey themed band. he's a top dude and more than likely you'll run into him at some beer launch at some stage heh!

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Kris wrote: Fri May 28, 2021 3:55 pm Got a load of pedals from pepers due in at some stage,the wait is killing me! hopefully there will be a few new things that i'll demo for him too.
Slightly OT but have 4 cans of this as well,a mate/bandmate brewed a beer in my honor haha,aucklanders can get it from the shop or they ship nz wide ;)
https://www.beerjerk.co.nz/collections/ ... -440ml-can
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That has to be the ultimate endorsement deal!!
Cause I’m bigger than my body gives me credit for…

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Kris wrote: Fri May 28, 2021 5:12 pm
Danger Mouse wrote: Fri May 28, 2021 4:13 pm

Ah so would your mate/bandmate be Mike Cheer then? He sounds like someone I could enjoy a beer with, perhaps a can of Gunpowder Bock, and waffle on about brewing and metal, two of my favourite subjects!

I was actually reading about that beer today, I'm a Beer Jerk customer and got an email about it, already thought it was cool.

Now it's extra cool!
he is indeed,been mates for a while now and he's played in a few bands with me over the years.he's currently playing bass for IDIOT BEAST, the peavey themed band. he's a top dude and more than likely you'll run into him at some beer launch at some stage heh!
Mike is a super nice dude!!
Cause I’m bigger than my body gives me credit for…

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Grant's Strat just landed. Fantastic, bloody massive neck. The colour is great in the flesh, and the finish puts my efforts to shame. Definitely won't be painting it.

Supposed to be fitting the new kitchen sink but, naaaaaa....

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Molly wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 9:01 am Grant's Strat just landed. Fantastic, bloody massive neck. The colour is great in the flesh, and the finish puts my efforts to shame. Definitely won't be painting it.

Supposed to be fitting the new kitchen sink but, naaaaaa....
OH THANK GOD FOR THAT!!!!!!!!! :D

Feeling like I really missed out though. :(
If a man says he's going to fix it, he will.
No need to remind him every 6 months.

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Slowy wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 9:41 am
Molly wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 9:01 am Grant's Strat just landed. Fantastic, bloody massive neck. The colour is great in the flesh, and the finish puts my efforts to shame. Definitely won't be painting it.

Supposed to be fitting the new kitchen sink but, naaaaaa....
OH THANK GOD FOR THAT!!!!!!!!! :D

Feeling like I really missed out though. :(
Well, if you want to help me fit the sink, I'm always glad of the assistance.

If I do come to sell the Strat you have dibs.

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How rude of me...
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Got a couple of nice bits of flame Maple in transit
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ChAoZ wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 8:14 pm Got a couple of nice bits of flame Maple in transit

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Hope you turn it into a Goldtop.

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ChAoZ wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 8:14 pm Got a couple of nice bits of flame Maple in transit

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Nice, got a project in mind? Do you get them sent in from the US of A??

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robthemac wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 10:11 pm Hope you turn it into a Goldtop.
No, you don't paint over timber with this quality of figure, I have some much plainer stuff if I was going down that route

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Lostininverness wrote: Sun May 30, 2021 9:35 am Nice, got a project in mind? Do you get them sent in from the US of A??
On their way from Pennsylvania, not for anything in particular

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ChAoZ wrote: Sun May 30, 2021 6:16 pm
robthemac wrote: Sat May 29, 2021 10:11 pm Hope you turn it into a Goldtop.
No, you don't paint over timber with this quality of figure, I have some much plainer stuff if I was going down that route
It was a reference to the 50s Goldtops painted over stunning maple.

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