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  • Telenator: I don't mean to pry, but where in VT? I've been spending a lot of time up there, in the SW corner of the state, between Arlington and the NY border.

    Being a newbie, I know little of the music scene, or even studios where people convene.
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    Bennington. The music scene in Southern Vermont is really bleak. It's a bunch of trainwreck engineers who don't know how to play in tune or in time. Any kind hearted efforts to help with that were met with push-back and disdain. Try to find Sam Clement. He's among the very few good players I know there.
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    mad dog
    I will look out for Sam C. Had hoped for better up there, but it does not seem promising. More action - mostly not interesting - in Albany. Even in Western Mass. Thanks for getting back to me.
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    There used to be a good open mic at The Bounty Fare in North Adams MA. The owner plays and songs and a few of the attendees are decent players. Other than that, Western Mass is bleak until you get down to Pittsfield. Vermont is drab until you get up to Burlington. Seriously. I all but list my chops up there over the past 6 years.
    Hey there Telenator!
    I’m on the hunt for a pickguard for my 1973 Deluxe. Preferably black but beggars can’t be choosers!!. I see you’re a vendor on this site. Do you happen to run across and 70s era pickguard for Telecaster Deluxes ever? Would love to find one. Thx you! Dave
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    Hi Dave, I have to imagine a new one would fit. If you need the aged look, perhaps Nash Guitars can supply you with something. Otherwise, I'd do what everyone else does, and just search on line.
    Really appreciate your creations and contributions to TDPRI. I just have to ask, are you helping Fender with the recreation of the CuNiFe WRHBs?
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    LOL! No, they served me with a cease and desist order back in 2015. I'm interested to see what their new pickups are like. I have no doubt they own one of ours. Our WRHBs were the only repros made from parts that were 100% interchangeable with Fender.
    Hi, I hope you're doing fine. I remember you selling WRHB templates at some point but your website seems offline. Do you still have those? Thanks.
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    Hi, yes I still have some. $28.00 including Priority shipping in the USA. My templates have the pickup cavity, and pickguard openings set on etched center lines for perfect alignment. contact me at [email protected]
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    Greetings! Any chance you might still have a routing template and a mounting ring for WRHBs? I'm spec'ing a custom build and would like to use a 1978 WRHB at the neck.
    Thanks a bunch!
    Rick
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    Hi Rick, yes we still have some parts. Not sure about the rings, but definitely have the routing templates. Please contact [email protected] and tell Mike that you were referred from me at TDPRI. He'll set you up. Bob
    I have some original WRHB's and I believe at least one of the pole pieces may be demagnetized. I am researching how to remagnetize them myself when I stumbled upon a thread where you stated that you remagnetize them for free? Maybe I'll find some info here on how to properly do it myself but is it something you would still consider doing for me?
    Hi Jeb, sorry for the delay in responding. The pickup cavity is wide enough but I'm not certain it's deep enough.
    Hi there. I was told you may have the answer for this. Would a p90 fit in the routing (depth, width etc.) of a MIM tele 72custom? Its a 2002. I am wanting to put it in the neck posistion but dont have the tools for routing. I was looking at something like the seymour duncan vintage p90. I would get the proper pickgaurd. Thank you. Jeb
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    Hi Jeb, I believe the P90 is actually a little bit wider than a WRHB.
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