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Earl Terry

 

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norwalk Iowa, USA
Post  Posted 12 Dec 2015 8:20 am    
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I have probably one of the early Zum S-10 10 string Push=Pull guitars. It has no I.D. numbers. If someone has a rodding charts to share, it, would be helpful. Thank You
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Erv Niehaus


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Litchfield, MN, USA
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2015 7:09 am    
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When did Bruce make a push/pull?
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Earl Terry

 

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norwalk Iowa, USA
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2015 7:28 am    
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Lane Gray


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Topeka, KS
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2015 9:47 am    
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That's what they call pull-release.
The old student models.
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Earl Terry

 

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norwalk Iowa, USA
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2015 10:31 am    
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Thank's Lane. because the fingers never touches the cabinet, I wasn't sure
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chris ivey


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california (deceased)
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2015 12:03 pm    
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i bet we'd like to see the topside. maybe it's just one of bruce's early models before he made an all pull model.
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Earl Terry

 

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norwalk Iowa, USA
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2015 3:48 pm    
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The front says kansas city
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Earl Terry

 

From:
norwalk Iowa, USA
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2015 6:28 am    
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chris ivey


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california (deceased)
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2015 8:57 am    
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gee, i was right again!
that's nice!
have someone help you set that up right and it'll be a fine steel. very pretty.
call or write to bruce zumsteg.
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Lane Gray


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Topeka, KS
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2015 9:00 am    
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Chris, if it's Kansas City, it's after he started doing the all-pull. He started in Centralia, Missouri. I bet $3.00 this is the early student model
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chris ivey


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Post  Posted 14 Dec 2015 9:56 am    
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my 82 came from raytown.
you know more than i do, lane. that's a really nice looking steel. makes me want to be a student again, i guess.
i wish bruce had a pictorial on the history of zums.
the first one i saw was 70's..a little heavier build in the bellcrank area. then i went to see joe goldmark's which was really neat (at the townhouse in emeryville, ca.)
then i saw all the earlier randy beavers zums.
i bought mine largely due to the ads in steel guitarist mag. best decision i ever made.

price at the time was a big consideration.
so for $2400 i got this, a case and volume pedal..


then coming full circle i ended up back at the townhouse backing up rose maddox for a crazy weekend!
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Earl Terry

 

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norwalk Iowa, USA
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2015 4:32 pm    
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This also has long allen head tuning rods and not the current nylon. Thank's guys. The conflict is tuning the f# on string 4 with the C pedal. When in turn it does not let you use the eb lever.
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Lane Gray


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Topeka, KS
Post  Posted 14 Dec 2015 4:37 pm    
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The C pedal needs some slack on the 4th string
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