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IIRC the Fender version had nutserts in the body and knurled screws holding the ashtray on?
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That colour is really cool with all that chrome.
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I'm surprised how nice it is for an inexpensive SX. Nick if you're talking about the chrome covers I think just screwholes and screws is the standard way to put them on?
Meant to say how cool the silverburst JM is, I thought I was looking at a black and white photo there!
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NickS wrote: Sun Nov 07, 2021 10:47 pm IIRC the Fender version had nutserts in the body and knurled screws holding the ashtray on?
No way? Maybe on some US reissue.
The old bass bridge covers had foam strips though, so they weren't just covers for looks/handrests but a mute system. They probably only started doing that on the Jazz after doing away with the individual JB mutes designed for the model, though... removing those leaves too much mess.

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Post: # 1428144Post MatthewK »

Interestingly that first pic with the string mutes looks almost like there's a threaded insert in the cover mounting holes. It'd be a challenge to get it in there!
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NickS wrote: Sun Nov 07, 2021 10:47 pm deez nutserts
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Doog wrote: Mon Nov 08, 2021 9:25 am
NickS wrote: Sun Nov 07, 2021 10:47 pm deez nutserts
:lol: :lol:
I know what I was thinking of..
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Bought a nine guitar floor rack to save some space. It had fairly iffy reviews but so did every other fucking one!

It's pretty good, but it needs to be stationary, definitely no way I'd put this in the back of a car and use it for stages or whatever though it touts that as a possibility. It's fairly flimsy in the fold up and fold down area, the overall fit and quality is B+ and it was middling priced out of the stuff I could find on Amazon.

It does the job nice, you have to move it a decent amount away from the wall but it saves me tons of space over having individual stands for everything. Now just off shot I have one individual guitar stand and that is where the current guitar that I'm playing goes (and also gives me a 10th spot with which to fill with a guitar in the future :D )
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These are super handy. I have a similar one that sits under my StringSwing rack. They’re OK. They are stuck together with the minimal amount of welds. They’re secure enough if you’re not moving it around.
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