« Last post by RevMatt on Yesterday at 20:58:37 »
Apologies, but I detailed the hardtail bridge in my previous reply, as per the catalogue here
the trem version is the Wilkinson VS100.
It appears to be available here
although, I'm surprised it's not listed on the JHS site as they normally seem to stock the full range. However, JHS do have what appear to be some other Wilkinson knife edge models that may be compatible: https://www.jhs.co.uk/brands/wilkinson/wilkinson-bridges
« Last post by robin55 on Yesterday at 06:43:29 »
Thanks for your reply Matt, would you know where I could get one of these trems? It's the E bass string that I'm mostly worried about. These are super guitars, I've changed the pickups and switch and also had it re-finished and lacquered a couple of years ago by a local luthier who did a great job. I've kept the original Kent Armstrong sky pickups which were not too bad plenty powerful but now have a Bulldog HR11 in bridge and a SD 59 PAF in the neck and they sound great. Thanks again Matt.
« Last post by RevMatt on February 22, 2019, 22:18:11 »
According to the '94/95 catalogue the trem on the Stage T should be a Wilkinson GTB100.
« Last post by robin55 on February 22, 2019, 20:32:06 »
I have a really nice Berlin Stage T 1994 model serial no. 6720 and have noticed that the trem appears to be different from the photos that I have seen on most of the Stage T models. I'm thinking that maybe the previous owner might have changed it at some point. The trem which is a wilkinson model has the letters wilkinson on the front rather than the side and the E bass string is quite close to the edge of the fretboard. Can anyone let me know the model number of the trem that should be on this guitar please? I would upload photos but...I'm not good with computers and don't know how to sorry.
« Last post by RevMatt on February 20, 2019, 21:01:00 »
Item no. 153385882405
Listing ends: 21-Mar,14:12
BIN Price: £460 0r best offer
Description:A gorgeous 1994 New York model Patrick Eggle electric guitar that plays beautifully and sounds brilliant. Made in Coventry, these are widely regarded for their build quality and very hard to find these days. Bought in the legendary Musical Exchanges in Birmingham and lovingly kept for 26 years! Iím the first and only owner. Sadly rarely played over last 5 years - not long after receiving a full set up on Denmark Street. Itís a versatile, and beautifully balanced guitar known for its playability and brilliant sound. A very classy instrument.
Aside from a few small scratches itís in stunning condition - Iíve included very detailed photos so you can see exactly what youíre getting.
* mahogany carved body finished in beautiful natural wood.
* bolt on rock maple neck with rosewood finger board.
* offset mother of pearl fret inlays
* Sperzel tuning heads
* vintage tortoiseshell scratch plate
* tunamatic bridge and Eggle designed anchor plate
* Eggle humbucker and single coil pickups
* volume control, tone control with push/pull coil tap, 2 way pickup selector.
The guitar comes with its original custom Patrick Eggle hard case in British racing green.
Collection preferred but would consider meeting in central or east London.
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« Last post by Wolfen on February 18, 2019, 13:37:36 »
Wow, thatīs some cool archiving that you have done! Thank you so much (especially for the article on the super-shortlived Redwings
« Last post by Betsy on February 18, 2019, 11:41:34 »
Is this still for sale please?
« Last post by waldflote8 on February 17, 2019, 14:26:43 »
Yes, nice mix of style and function..
« Last post by adrewry on February 17, 2019, 14:13:16 »
I've just uploaded 51 scans of various Patrick Eggle & Redwing reviews, and other related news, adverts, etc taken from The Guitar Magazine volumes 1 to 9, which pretty much covers the 1990s, to my user gallery. Some may well already be on here, but I hope you find them of interest.
I also have these saved as pdfs if anyone wants me to email them copies.
« Last post by RevMatt on February 17, 2019, 13:03:42 »
A great looking trio - excellent!