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Dennis Manuel


From:
Wells, B.C., Canada
Post Posted 10 Oct 2017 3:35 pm     Reply with quote

Does anyone have or know where I can get a rod chart for an Emmons Legrande with four hole bell cranks?

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Harry Dove


From:
Edmore, Michigan, USA
Post Posted 10 Oct 2017 6:30 pm     Reply with quote

I would be interested in finding that myself.
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Bob Hamilton


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California Central Coast
Post Posted 10 Oct 2017 6:54 pm     emmons Reply with quote

send me your e-mails and I will forward
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Dave Diehl


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Mechanicsville, MD, USA
Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 7:35 am     Reply with quote

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Harry Dove


From:
Edmore, Michigan, USA
Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 1:42 pm     Reply with quote

I guess now I would have to ask how to read the chart. Does 2-3 mean the rod can go in either the second or third hole?
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Earl Terry


From:
Iowa, USA
Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 2:12 pm     Reply with quote

I having the same problem. when looking at the guitar upside down, which hole is no. one? Some manuf. call the first hole no 3 and others call it no 1. On the Emmons chart is the first no. for the changer? On the bell crank is the first hole closes to the shaft? Thank you
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Dave Diehl


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Mechanicsville, MD, USA
Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 2:26 pm     Reply with quote

First number is changer hole (count from two closest to changer top). Second is bell crank hole.
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Dennis Manuel


From:
Wells, B.C., Canada
Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 11:24 am     Reply with quote

Thanks so much. Very much appreciated.
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Jack Stoner


From:
Inverness, Fl
Post Posted 22 Oct 2017 2:21 am     Reply with quote

I have one for E9th that I picked up somewhere, may have been the forum. First number is changer and second number is puller.



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Jack Strayhorn


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Winston-Salem, NC
Post Posted 22 Oct 2017 5:26 am     Reply with quote

Jack, that is my handwriting and the chart is for the 14 hole bellcrank.
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Jack Strayhorn


From:
Winston-Salem, NC
Post Posted 22 Oct 2017 5:27 am     Reply with quote

As stated, the first hole is for the changer and second is for bellcrank. Counting away from pivot point.
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