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Jackiso


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Yokohama, Japan
Post  Posted 25 Mar 2000 2:33 pm    
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Fender Dual Pro D8 recently bought on eBay came home with extremely low output pickup on back neck. I need one to replace it.It's a kind of trapezoid shaped. Would anyone help me? Jack Isomura, yoisomura@earthlink.net
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Brad Bechtel


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Post  Posted 25 Mar 2000 2:43 pm    
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I don't know of anyone who makes a replacement pickup for the trapezoid-style Fender pickups. I'd recommend contacting Jason Lollar - he's rewound pickups for others before with good results.

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Ed Naylor


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portsmouth.ohio usa, R.I.P.
Post  Posted 25 Mar 2000 3:06 pm    
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I have one of the pickups you described that I can sell you. Ed Naylor Steel Guitar Works 1-800-749-3363
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Jackiso


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Yokohama, Japan
Post  Posted 26 Mar 2000 6:42 am    
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Thank you guys. You are wonderful!!
Jack
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Jason Lollar


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Seattle area
Post  Posted 27 Mar 2000 11:55 am    
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You probably have a partial short in one coil having it re-wound would probably be the most economical.
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