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Douglas Schuch


From:
Valencia, Philippines
Post  Posted 2 Dec 2013 8:10 am    
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I would like to buy one or two Sho-Bud pickups or True Tones wound to Jerry's specs for the Sho-Bud sound. If it has coil taps, all the better. For D-10.

Thanks!

Doug
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Bob Knight


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Bowling Green KY
Post  Posted 2 Dec 2013 1:11 pm     True Tone
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Douglas,
I have a True Tone, as new available. $70 + SH

Bob Smile
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Lane Gray


From:
Topeka, KS
Post  Posted 2 Dec 2013 2:20 pm    
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Doug, there's a guy with a Bud pickup on the Amps and Accessories with one that needs repair...
That way you could send it to Jerry for winding with a tap.
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Douglas Schuch


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Valencia, Philippines
Post  Posted 2 Dec 2013 3:51 pm    
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Lane,

I traded PM's with the gentleman selling the Sho-Bud P/U, and noticed only one wire. He then realized a lead was broken off. I suggested Jerry Wallace also.

I have emailed Jerry twice in the past several weeks and not gotten a reply, so getting something repaired by him for me might not work, hence my ad. I will try calling him, but that ain't easy - 8am his time is midnight here. Also, my internet is way to dicey to skype, so I am calling international on my cellphone. that's not as crazy as it once was, but its not exactly cheap either. I wish he would respond the emails.

Bob - PM sent.

Thanks - and anyone else out there? I gather 17,500 is the recommended winding for a Sho-Bud, at least for E9. How about C6 - same winding? And coil tap at 11,500. I'd like to get something with a coil tap - something else to play with, and at least if I can't sound good, I can sound different!
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Matthew Prouty


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Warsaw, Poland
Post  Posted 3 Dec 2013 9:04 am     Sho-Bud Pick Ups
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I have two Sho-Bud pick ups 75.00 a piece. They are multi tap pick ups.
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Douglas Schuch


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Valencia, Philippines
Post  Posted 3 Dec 2013 5:17 pm    
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Matthew - sorry, I got a hold of Jerry Wallace via phone last night and ordered a pair of True Tones, so this thread can be closed.
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Matthew Prouty


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Warsaw, Poland
Post  Posted 3 Dec 2013 5:29 pm    
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You did good! Those are my favorite pick ups and I have them in Sho-Bud and my Emmons!
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