Parts for your jerryifying needs

Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby softmachine72 » Sat Oct 15, 2011 8:15 am

I have 250/500k mod pots. for rosebuds and tigers. 250/250K Allen Bradley Pots for wolf or single coils. 25k Log pots for volume, and mil spec Rv4N 500k pots for sale. I also have switch plates, tailpieces, and pick up rings in any configuration you may desire. I can also provide full inlayed Wolf( w/ real pre-ban Ivory) , Tiger, and Rosie fret boards or complete necks for your build projects. and last but not least Tiger and rosebud ovals or wolf inlays to make you home builds just right.
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby gdrfk1990 » Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:26 pm

Do you have a website or just email you through your acount info
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby waldo041 » Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:51 pm

softmachine72 wrote:I have 250/500k mod pots. for rosebuds and tigers. 250/250K Allen Bradley Pots for wolf or single coils. 25k Log pots for volume, and mil spec Rv4N 500k pots for sale. I also have switch plates, tailpieces, and pick up rings in any configuration you may desire. I can also provide full inlayed Wolf( w/ real pre-ban Ivory) , Tiger, and Rosie fret boards or complete necks for your build projects. and last but not least Tiger and rosebud ovals or wolf inlays to make you home builds just right.
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cool!

any pictures and pricing?

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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby Jerry1996x » Sat Oct 15, 2011 4:09 pm

Awesome! How much for the pickup rings? pics? Definitely interested....
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby barefootdave » Sun Oct 16, 2011 4:35 am

I am also interested in pickup rings, need one for PRS 22 fret custom and one for Les Paul. Chrome or stainless would probably be the best fit for existing hardware.
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby softmachine72 » Sun Oct 16, 2011 12:22 pm

Thanks for your interest
Brass p-up switch plates $17
Wolf stainless switch plates are $40 (stainless is a bitch to cut and polish)
Brass p-up rings are $50 any configuration
73 Wolf stainless (chrome) p-up rings are $80 polished $65 for matte
Dual jack plates brass $15
Dual jack plates stainless steel $25
Complete Wolf fretboard inlay scheme $160 in MOP $190 in (pre-ban Ivory)
Complete Tiger fretboard inlay scheme $200 in figured MOP $180 in standard MOP
Complete Rosebud fretboard inlay scheme $180 in figured MOP $160 in standard MOP
Rosebud inlay $150
Tiger inlay $180 (very intricate cuts)
Wolf inlay mounted in quilted maple circle w/ holly outline and (pre-ban ivory) teeth $140
Eagle MOP or brass $60
Eagle (per-ban ivory) $85 ( it takes a very large piece to make)
All of these are do it yourself inlays for builders i can inlay complete necks or fretboards too many combos to list,e-mail me at scarletfireguitars@yahoo.com
Allen Bradley RV4N 250k/250k pots fro single coils or the Wolf $27
Allen Bradley RV4N 250k/500k mod pots $52
limited supply of PEC RV4N 500k pots $22
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby redeyedjim » Sun Oct 16, 2011 6:28 pm

FWIW, I bought a set of three pots (25k, 500k, 250k/500k) from Leo within the last few weeks and received them quickly. They were exactly as described, and he was great to deal with. Thanks again, Leo!
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby paulinnc » Sun Oct 16, 2011 8:16 pm

You must have been pretty busy. Great to see someone getting into that stuff.
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby mijknahs » Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:23 am

I'm looking for a good 25K volume pot that has a stiffer turn "feel". The one I'm using works fine but I think it turns too easily and I usually want to make small adjustments in volume. It is easy to overturn especially when in the middle of a song/solo.

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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby hogan » Mon Oct 17, 2011 11:12 am

Jim, i've got a 16mm 25k alpha in my guitar for that reason. These are the pots typically used infx pedals. They have that stiffer turn to them.
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby mijknahs » Mon Oct 17, 2011 12:08 pm

hogan wrote:Jim, i've got a 16mm 25k alpha in my guitar for that reason. These are the pots typically used infx pedals. They have that stiffer turn to them.


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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby softmachine72 » Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:46 pm

alpha pots are Chinese crap. At least use a CTS 25k log much tighter action. I do have a few RV4N MIl . spec pots. for sale
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby hogan » Tue Oct 18, 2011 4:36 am

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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby jeffm725 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 5:56 am

mijknahs wrote:I'm looking for a good 25K volume pot that has a stiffer turn "feel". The one I'm using works fine but I think it turns too easily and I usually want to make small adjustments in volume. It is easy to overturn especially when in the middle of a song/solo.

Thanks,
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HA! I thought I was the only freak who actually paid attention to the detail of my volume pot having a good stiff resistance on turning. Glad to know that I'm not actually crazy (...........well) ....Mine has one that is perfect and it took like 4 pots to get there. I think it was from stew mac.

My tone pot for the center pickup is a different story, it is as loose as a 2 dollar whore and is bothering the heck out of me. Although on that pot, it is usually either on 10 or 0 (0 with the D+ for the horn distortion), but even still it bothers me......

Edit, and Hogans right, mine is an Alpha too:
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Re: Parts for your jerryifying needs

Postby softmachine72 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 5:47 pm

Alpha basically makes 98% of all the pots on the market today. it is not surprising to see so many out there . CTS from Tube Amp Depot is a good source if you don't want to spend for the RV4N Mil. spec. pot like Jerry used. I believe the those CTS pots are even cheaper than the Stew Mac price, well,I guess anything is cheaper than Stew Mac as a rule
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