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Eggles / Re: LA Plus, 1992, serial no. LA 11-92 215
« Last post by Wolfen on Yesterday at 18:45:16 »
Attracted 10 bidders and sold for £ 454,44. Unfortunate me, no shipping to Europe main land...couldn't bid, accordingly.
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Non-Legendary / Korean Eggle neck goes T-style
« Last post by Wolfen on Yesterday at 11:14:24 »
Thought that this is a nice project and experience to share:

A while ago, I got a T-style ash body as a present from my daughter, with the promise to do some artwork on it when the guitar build project is taking place. Well, I had a Korean Eggle neck lying around. Fitted with an aluminum shim and after figuring out where to position the bridge for the 25" scale instead of the Fender 25.5", we got going after month of playing around with ideas.

She applied real copper foil on the body, which we sealed with a very thin satin nitro coating, and the guitar got the name "The P-Coin" after embedding the two coins between the bridge and the Duesenberg trem. The wiring is done with DiMarzio pickups and a five way switch to apply the Ritchie Kotzen Tele-configuration.

It´s not fully finished yet, but was brought to "life" (hmmm, I mean "tone") yesterday, with very pleasing resonance and flagolet capabilities.

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Stratford Pro / Re: where are they?
« Last post by Ziltoid on Yesterday at 08:59:16 »
I think the real number of Stratfords made is far lower then 150.
I never seen one in the 1 to 100 range.
Makes me believe serial counting started around 100-110.

So I believe around 40 were made and probbably the number is even lower then that.
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Eggles / Re: Berlin pro, 1992, serial no. BP 5/92 922
« Last post by RevMatt on June 22, 2018, 20:21:38 »
Sold to the only bidder for £799.
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For Sale/Swap (Privately) / New York Plus for sale
« Last post by tallbeardy1 on June 21, 2018, 13:19:40 »
I've reluctantly decided to sell my '93 New York, its the best sounding (electric) guitar I've ever owned and it plays beautifully, I just can't strum the damn thing without hitting the volume pot! I'm 6ft plus so have biggish hands and long limbs and the NY is a small guitar but I've tried to adapt a technique and failed. The Berlin would probably be better for me as the pots are further back.

That aside id like to get £400 for it and I can post it at that, it has a non eggle case and you can see pics in my coppermine gallery. I'll get a more comprehensive listing on here when I'm not at work but just wanted to get word out.
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Pro / Re: My Berlin Pro S/N L92000573BP
« Last post by tone256 on June 20, 2018, 08:29:09 »
Alright, reign it in chaps ....
Revmatt rules.   :worship:
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Eggles / Re: LA Pro 22, SSH, circa 1995, serial number 7435
« Last post by Wolfen on June 19, 2018, 20:08:08 »
This one is back in the market, it´s German owner and ebay now. The pickups have been changed out like it was discussed here, too. The original Hiscox case is still included, the frets are claimed to be at 90%.

Item no. Los Angeles 22 Pro
Seller: ramokka
Listing ends: 17. Jul. 2018 15:41:09 MESZ

Buy It Now Price: €879 (app. £772), or best offer


Description:

Eine LA 22 Pro aus den frühen 90igern, den Legendary Years, als Patrick Eggle noch selber werkelte, wird angeboten.

Komplett umgestellt auf Seymour Duncan Pus

2x SSL 1 und Pearley Gates Humbucker, splittbar,
Sperzel Locking Tuners,
Treble Bleed am Volume Poti,
Wilkinson VS Vib system unter Eggle Logo,

Eine super klingende, äußerst vielseitige Gitarre, die vom klingelnden Knopfler bis Heavy Overdrive alles beherrscht.

Erle Body mit Maple Neck und Sperzel Locking Tuner,

Top Zustand. Frets bei 90 %.
Spitzen Gitarre, Kenner wissen Bescheid.
Kommt im Original Hiscox Case.

Da Privatverkauf keine Gewährleistung und keine Garantie sowie Widerruf und Rückgabe etc.

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Pro / Re: My Berlin Pro S/N L92000573BP
« Last post by Jimax on June 19, 2018, 19:42:54 »
Hi Revmatt sorry didn't mean to embarrass just credit where credit was due, without your help I think I would have given up on it, thanks so much.

I'll check out the screws, springs and truss rod hopefully I'll find out where the rattle is coming from, thanks for the advice.

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Pro / Re: My Berlin Pro S/N L92000573BP
« Last post by RevMatt on June 19, 2018, 19:23:43 »
Alright, reign rein (thanks Tony) it in chaps, I'll get a big head!  :-[

Nice to see the pictures up here Jimax - welcome.

I've noticed that there is a rattling sound when playing on it so I think there might be some neck damage

Just check for loose screws or a bit of rattle from the trem springs as it could be something little (if it's the springs a bit of sponge wedged under can help). Alternatively I've had occasions where I've had a little rattle from a truss rod and the tiniest tweak (without significantly altering the set up) can alleviate it.
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Pro / Re: My Berlin Pro S/N L92000573BP
« Last post by Jimax on June 19, 2018, 19:12:48 »
Thanks for the warm welcome wolfen, yes Revmatt is a top bloke and so helpful, he even gave me a load of information about my guitar which I hadn't realised like the early models had hand carved necks. I've recently had the chips re lacquered and although they are still noticeable it's still a good looking guitar.  I've noticed that there is a rattling sound when playing on it so I think there might be some neck damage, it still sounds good through an amp though and I'm the sure my nephew will still be pleased to receive it on his 18th.
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