Amplified Parts *sponsor*

Discussion in 'Vendor & Sponsor Classifieds' started by Alex, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. slugzz-sop

    slugzz-sop Well-Known Member

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    Ordered a pair of jj's Friday evening making this my second time using amplified parts. Glad I joined Marshall forum and seen this thread. And thanks for the service, a lot of great products at great prices.
     
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    Amplified Parts is awesome!!. Ordered a Quad of JJ EL 34's and some parts for the Lester. Standard shipping got here in 3 days.


    Nice to see more and more RELIABLE. I'll say again- R-E-L-I-A-B-L-E suppliers advertised on the forum.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I haven't really looked into this website before. I'll make sure to check it out! Thank you!
     
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    slugzz-sop Well-Known Member

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    Just made my 3'rd order wit these guys! Finally got around to ordering a matched quad of el34's for my crate head. Great site, they have my business for sure! My local gear shop be on that bull$#!+ but amplifiedparts hasn't let me down. #repeatoffender
     
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    I've ordered two brand new original Marshall MPM3E footswitches for my 6100LM from amplifiedparts.com, so now I have three of them. Bwahaha!
     
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    Just noticed this thread. Do we as forum members get any special discount?
     
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    So do I. :)
     
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    This is a really nice site a lot of good stuff !
     
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    Just ordered a quad of TAD EL34's for my Marshall. And a new input jack and knobs. Hope I got the right jack! Wasn't sure, we'll see I guess.
     
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    Very nice Alex !

    Are you going to eventually have a capacitor amplifier set for the JTM45 ?
     
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    amplifiedparts New Member Sponsor

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    What's up everyone ? It's been a little while but we should be updating here fairly often now with any sales we're running as well as some links to videos we're doing. We can also answer any questions you folks have!

    Here's a link to our YouTube page. We should be uploading new videos weekly! Be sure to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/amplifiedparts
     
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    I've bought from them and they ship very fast !
    And I like that...
     
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    SonVolt Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    I wonder if they make locking tuners for a '78 LP Standard without having to drill holes???
     
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  15. amplifiedparts

    amplifiedparts New Member Sponsor

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    Hey SonVolt, (great name BTW) From what I'm seeing that seems to be a somewhat unique time period in terms of the tuning machines. Are they a threaded bushing with a Kluson style footprint? That's what it looks like to me from photos but without the guitar in front of me I couldn't be sure. I will post a link below to our Kluson Revolution tuning machines. They aren't locking but they are solid as a rock. I put them on my newer LP that uses threaded bushing machines. 19:1 ratio and built very well. you can always give us a holler on the phone and we can try and help you out.

    https://www.amplifiedparts.com/products/tuner-kluson-revolution-g-mount-keystone-button-3side
     
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    SonVolt Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    Here's pic of the back of my headstock if this helps.

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    amplifiedparts New Member Sponsor

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    That looks like a standard Kluson footprint. I'm curious, does the front have press fit style bushings or threaded?
     
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    SonVolt Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    I'm not sure I know the difference. This is a bad pic, but does it answer the question?

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  19. amplifiedparts

    amplifiedparts New Member Sponsor

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    Unfortunately no I can't tell definitively from this photo. So, a press fit style bushing is just that. Pressed in. There won't be a nut on top like with some tuning machines like say a Grover . A Threaded bushing is threaded in from the top like modern Gibson, Fender etc. and it will have the threaded part and a washer. It looks like from this photo you may have a standard old Kluson style tuning machine on your hands which in that case would be replaced by a standard Kluson style replacement. Could you get a photo of the headstock close up?
     
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    Sure, Ill take one tonight. So assuming it's pressed in, there won't be a locking tuner replacement available for these styles?
     

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