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For Ibanez players

Postby broesau » Mon Jan 10, 2011 8:54 pm

This website is a great site for any Ibanez player looking for replacement parts. http://www.reproguitarparts.com I just picked up an old Ibanez Concert and I needed new bridge posts and pickup rings. I got both and they work perfectly. I don't know what it is about vintage Ibanez, but every one I've had has the slots of the bridge posts broken or beat up. I ordered new pickup rings and they fit perfectly, all holes lined up and are made for the Ibanez 3 screw pickup mounting. I had a great experience with him, so I thought I'd pass it along. Sorry if the pics are big.
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Re: For Ibanez players

Postby mkaufman » Mon Jan 10, 2011 9:31 pm

Andy makes very nice stuff. I know many people (including me) who have restored their Ibanez guitars with his parts.

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Re: For Ibanez players

Postby jdsmodulus » Mon Jan 10, 2011 10:24 pm

This is great! I could use new posts and screws on my MC. Hey MK does this hurt the value of the guitar? I would think it does even though it will be in better condition.
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Re: For Ibanez players

Postby Grateful Dad » Mon Jan 10, 2011 10:37 pm

Thanks broeasu!

Nice guitar! What year?

Thanks for the link, If I need any parts I'll check it out.

My 1977 2622 is in the shop for the complete restoration: stripping/refinishing/repainting.

I'll post pix when the man doing the restoration sends them to me.

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Re: For Ibanez players

Postby mkaufman » Tue Jan 11, 2011 6:36 am

Personally, I wouldn't worry about theses parts affecting resale value. Just include the original parts when selling the guitar. We're not talking about irreversible mods...

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Re: For Ibanez players

Postby broesau » Tue Jan 11, 2011 7:31 am

It's a '78 CN100 I picked up off ebay last month. Didn't come with a neck and I've been searching for an Ibanez neck, but couldn't find one so I bought a Les Paul bolt on and I'm hoping it will work. Anybody know of someone looking to get rid of an old Ibanez neck?
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