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Discussion in 'Just Pickups' started by Telenator, Aug 28, 2017.
Sorry to hear.
Sorry about that.
Thank you for the service and info.
Guys, since we announced this, we've had a flurry of activity.
We have enough materials left now for 11 more Limited Edition CuNiFe pickups.
No sales pitch here. Just giving the numbers to anyone who cares.
I was really looking forward to working less, but I guess it's going to be a bit of a dash til it's all over. Out with a bang!
I'm just waiting for my GFS widetones to get here, and they will be coming to you for modding! I loved your MOD1s... really loved them... but the extra output of the GFS bridge will make them even better.
Good luck on your new ventures Telenator! Your massive thread on your WRHB journey is one of my all time favorites. Worth reading for anyone who like guitars, not just WRHBs.
As I well know, doing business the "right way" is no guarantee of success, but you can always look yourself in the mirror and the thrill and chills add up to an interesting life!
Would a 1978 model have CuNiFe pickups?
In my eyes you're the one who initially did all the leg work and the only guys making real WRHBs. I gotta weasel up some cash 'cause I still long for the sound of my '72 thinline.
8 Pickups left in the CuNiFe Countdown! LOL. I always wanted to say that!.
4 CuNiFe WRHBs left.
We're out of our laser etched covers and numbered frames for these last few "Nonators." LOL
We're also not producing MOD3 any more.
This may close down sooner than we think.
Thanks for all the info and expertise, Telenator. Not really a bucker guy but I respect your work.
Just curious, did you get them all sold?
oh no i just found a referral to your site and can see the domain is up for grabs. Any suggestions on where I can track down a CuNiFe for my new mim thin-line or know anyone who can even do the WRHB mod #2?
it seems like a while since i've posted on here but i am hardly a "new member"!