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Posted 18 May 2007 - 07:18 PM

Ok people; time to make this site bigger and better than it's previous incarnations!

This thread is for DIY Spare Parts – whether for your Bass Guitar, Amplifier or Cabinets.

I'll split the first post into these three sections. To give you an idea, I'm looking for suppliers of:

For Bass guitars - bodies, necks, machine heads, decals, scratchplates, screws, pick ups, bridges, on-board pre-amps, tone/volume control knobs, potentiometers etc - all the stuff that you might not find in your local guitar shop.

For amplifiers – valves, knobs, switches, rack mounts, feet, handles, sockets, wiring diagrams, cooing fans, LED's etc.

For cabinets (including self-build) – speakers, wood, covering cloth, grill material, handles, feet/wheels, corners, crossovers, plugs, sockets, acoustic foam etc.

You contribute to the thread the details - name, telephone, website, range of gear they sell etc, and I'll update the sections in the first post as an easy reference.


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Decals
www.thedecalshop.co.uk
www.haneberg.se
www.axesrus.com
artyfarty1@blueyonder.co.uk For funny Fender style decals "Faker", "parts-o-caster" etc that occasionally come up on ebay
ebay seller brauskoh Reproduction vintage headstock decals
http://caraguitars.c...ender_decal.asp Make your own Fender style decals


Electrical Components
Farnell www.uk.farnell.com
Maplins www.maplin.co.uk
Rapidonline www.rapidonline.com
RSH Electronics www.rshelectronics.co.uk
Luxe Guitars Luxe-Guitars

General Parts
Axes r Us www.axesrus.com
Highly Strung www.highlystrung.co.uk
Basspartsresource (USA) www.basspartsresource.com
Bestbassgear (USA) www.bestbassgear.com
WDMusic www.wdmusic.co.uk
Allparts www.allparts.uk.com
Mojo (USA) www.mojomusicalsupply.com
Tubesandmore (USA) www.tubesandmore.com
Brandoni Custom Guitars www.brandoniguitars.co.uk
Stewart MacDonald (USA) www.stewmac.com
Small Wonder Music www.smallwonder-music.co.uk Good for inlays
Axiomatic www.axiomatic-music.co.uk
GuitarJapan www.guitarjapan.com Good for Fender MIJ parts
GR Guitars (USA) http://www.grguitars.com/
Angela Parts (USA) http://angela.com/
ESR Electronic Components (UK) https://www.esr.co.uk/

LED's
Sims Custom www.simscustom.com
Auroraproject www.auroraproject.co.uk/

Metal Re-finishers
Premier Plating www.premier-plating.co.uk
Alpha anodising www.alphaanodising.co.uk

Pickups
Wizard www.wizardpickups.co.uk
Delano www.delano.de
Villex villex.com
Bareknuckle www.bareknucklepickups.co.uk
Oil City www.oilcitypickups.co.uk

Preamps (on-board)
John East www.east-uk.com
Audere (USA) www.audereaudio.com
Villex villex.com

Scratchplates
Sims Custom www.simscustom.com
Jeannies Pickguards (USA) Jeannie Pickguards
Pickguardian (USA) www.pickguardian.com
WDMusic www.wdmusic.co.uk
Auroraproject www.auroraproject.co.uk/

Custom Cables
OBBM www.bassic.co.uk/
Bayou Cables (USA) www.bayoucables.com

AMPLIFIERS

Electrical Components
Farnell www.uk.farnell.com
Maplins www.maplin.co.uk
Rapidonline www.rapidonline.com
RSH Electronics www.rshelectronics.co.uk
Luxe Guitars Luxe-Guitars
Ampwares (USA) www.ampwares.com
Watts Tube Audio http://www.turretboards.com/

General Parts
Ampwares (USA) www.ampwares.com
Mojo (USA) www.mojomusicalsupply.com
Tubesandmore (USA) www.tubesandmore.com
Tubetown www.tubetown.de
Askjan www.askjanfirst.de
Ampcomponents www.ampcomponents.co.uk
Bluebellaudio www.bluebellaudio.com
Fliptops (USA) www.fliptops.net Ampeg specialists
Amps-n-bits www.amps-n-bits.com/
Watts Tube Audio http://www.turretboards.com/
Doctor Tweek http://www.doctortweek.co.uk/ Great for stompbox parts/tweaks etc

Valves
Voc Rock Guitars http://www.voc-rock-....com/index.html
Watford Valves www.watfordvalves.com
Bel-Tubes www.bel-tubes.co.uk
Electrofix www.electrofix.co.uk
Hotrox http://www.hotroxuk.com/

Amp Covers
Roq Solid www.roqsolid.co.uk

CABINETS

Coverings & Covers
Ampwares (USA) www.ampwares.com
Tubetown www.tubetown.de
Roq Solid www.roqsolid.co.uk
Cover over Covers http://www.coverovercovers.co.uk/


Fixtures & Fittings
Maplins www.maplin.co.uk
The Electronics Shop www.theelectronicsshop.co.uk
Nut screws washers and bolts www.stagonset.co.uk

Speakers
Blueran www.bluearan.co.uk
BK Electronics www.bkelec.com
BMSpro www.bmspro.info
Alcone www.lautsprechershop.de
AER www.aer-loudspeakers.com
MCM www.mcminone.com
Parts Express www.partsexpress.com

Circuits / Wiring Diagrams / Tech Stuff
www.montagar.com
www.seymourduncan.com
www.christianmusicweb.com
www.diystompboxes.com
www.kbapps.com
www.avatarspeakers.com
www.mif.pg.gda.pl/homepages/tom/schematics.htm
www.freeinfosociety.com
www.warwickbass.com/schematics Warwick schematics
www.guitarnuts.com Several pages of pickup/wiring principles
www.alexplorer.net/guitar More pickup & wiring combinations explained
http://www.duncanamps.com/index.htm Loads of stuff on here - amps, tubes, impedance calculator etc etc
http://www.fender.co.uk/support/wiring_dia...parts_lists.php - From the horses mouth
http://ampedia.redbeartrading.com/


How To guides and DIY Luthier courses
Bailey Guitars www.baileyguitars.co.uk
Craft Supplies Craft Supplies
Bass De-fret Bass De-fret
Tone-stack calculator www.duncanamps.com
Musicman Pickups and preamps Musicman guide
String Tensions www.daddario.com
Swirled paint finish www.projectguitar.com
Bass Building Monster Bass
Bass Building Phil Mailloux
Fender neck set-up www.fender.co.uk
General neck set-up www.garywillis.com
General neck set-up www.weedhopper.org
Rickenbacker neck set-up www.joeysbassnotes.com
Neck Radius Gauge (Downloadable) www.pickguardian.com
Thunderbird Neck-Dive fix www.lysator.liu.se
Drop-filling damaged lacquer Lacquer repair
Buzzing 101 The Big Buzz List
Guide about wood and tone etc www.warmoth.com
How to apply carpet to your cab www.icixsound.com
How to properly connect cables! - http://www.rane.com/pdf/ranenotes/Sound%20...rconnection.pdf

Edited by icastle, 07 December 2014 - 08:30 PM.
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Posted 02 June 2007 - 01:30 AM

http://www.fliptops.net/index.htm

Fantastic source for parts & expert info on vintage Ampegs.
"You cannot quantify these qualities in an old instrument, so can everybody put away their clipboards and whitecoats and leave the vintage stuff to the people who enjoy it."
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"I returned to music through machines. The difference is that the machines are clean, and the machines are not corrupted. What I create here cannot hurt people, but you can bring an impure musician to play in your studio and create your own doom." - Lee 'Scratch' Perry
"The notes I handle no better than many pianists. But the pauses between the notes, ah, that is where the art resides." - Artur Schnabel
"Critics are an eternal mediocrity living at the expense of genius, either to belittle or to destroy it - a race of insects happily eating away at the foliage of art." - Bob Johnston
"Before you play two notes learn how to play one note - and don't play one note unless you've got a reason to play it." - Mark Hollis
"If it ain't got a good riff I ain't having it." - My Mrs
"Everybody knows that's what aliens sound like." - Dr. Bob Moog


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Posted 02 June 2007 - 08:13 AM

View Post99ster, on Jun 2 2007, 01:30 AM, said:

http://www.fliptops.net/index.htm

Fantastic source for parts & expert info on vintage Ampegs.

Added - cheers!

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 01:06 PM

Brandoni Guitars in Wembley - bodies, necks, pickups, hardware etc...
http://www.brandoniguitars.co.uk
I have some basses amps & fx, but can't be bothered to list them.

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 11:41 PM

View PostJean-Luc Pickguard, on Jun 8 2007, 01:06 PM, said:

Brandoni Guitars in Wembley - bodies, necks, pickups, hardware etc...
http://www.brandoniguitars.co.uk

Thanks Jean-Luc - I have made it so! :)

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 09:22 AM

Hi Hamster,

Villex also make passive boosters for basses. For the purpose of your list I guess they can be classed as on-board preamps

http://eu.villex.com/boosters.html

Thanks a lot!

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 10:12 AM

View PostVillex_Europe, on Jun 11 2007, 09:22 AM, said:

Hi Hamster,

Villex also make passive boosters for basses. For the purpose of your list I guess they can be classed as on-board preamps

http://eu.villex.com/boosters.html

Thanks a lot!

Thanks for the reminder - a useful bit of kit with good reviews - added.

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Posted 13 June 2007 - 09:36 AM

Stewmac in the US has a huge stock of parts and equipment for making and repairing instruments.

I previously bought sheilding paint, a graphite nut and a new selector switch from them.

I recently got some emg select pickups ($24) which have a good hum free output and no preamp required, they sound great.

Any order less than $36 to the UK means no import duty which makes it really cheap if you want low cost parts.

Orders over $36 have a 17.5% duty charge when imported to the UK.

http://www.stewmac.com

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Posted 13 June 2007 - 11:44 PM

View Postdub, on Jun 13 2007, 09:36 AM, said:

Stewmac in the US has a huge stock of parts and equipment for making and repairing instruments.

I previously bought sheilding paint, a graphite nut and a new selector switch from them.

I recently got some emg select pickups ($24) which have a good hum free output and no preamp required, they sound great.

Any order less than $36 to the UK means no import duty which makes it really cheap if you want low cost parts.

Orders over $36 have a 17.5% duty charge when imported to the UK.

http://www.stewmac.com

Cheers Dub - added

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Posted 14 June 2007 - 01:19 PM

I see you've linked to Axes 'r' Us already, but it might be worth sticking this link under the decals section, as it's a "secret" page that doesn't link from the main site...

www.axesrus.com/decals.htm
www.rossfinnie.com
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 02:04 PM

View Posttwentyhertz, on Jun 14 2007, 02:19 PM, said:

I see you've linked to Axes 'r' Us already, but it might be worth sticking this link under the decals section, as it's a "secret" page that doesn't link from the main site...

www.axesrus.com/decals.htm

The site links to the decals page from its own site map, I'll include it though :)

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Posted 25 June 2007 - 01:14 AM

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Brandoni Guitars in Wembley - bodies, necks, pickups, hardware etc...
http://www.brandoniguitars.co.uk


I can thoroughly recommend this man!!! I have known him and bought loads of stuff off him since the mid eighties and if you ever get a chance to walk round his warehouse take it !! It,s like alladins cave of guitars!!!
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Posted 25 June 2007 - 08:46 AM

Bare knuckle Pickups. ( http://www.bareknucklepickups.co.uk ) They dont advertise the bass pickups they make, but will hand wind to customers specification. Hopefully if they get some more support from us bassists they can make the bass pickups more prominent.

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Posted 25 June 2007 - 09:21 AM

View Posttempo, on Jun 25 2007, 09:46 AM, said:

Bare knuckle Pickups. ( http://www.bareknucklepickups.co.uk ) They dont advertise the bass pickups they make, but will hand wind to customers specification. Hopefully if they get some more support from us bassists they can make the bass pickups more prominent.

Cheers Tempo - added

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Posted 23 July 2007 - 05:52 PM

Fantastic reproduction vintage electrical components for basses (& geetars) & Amps - highly recommended:
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Luxe-Guitars

Edited by 99ster, 23 July 2007 - 05:53 PM.

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"Buying new gear or convincing yourself that you are just one piece short of greatness is an easier pill to swallow than admitting you might not ever have what it takes to create a great work of art." - A.Nonymous
"I returned to music through machines. The difference is that the machines are clean, and the machines are not corrupted. What I create here cannot hurt people, but you can bring an impure musician to play in your studio and create your own doom." - Lee 'Scratch' Perry
"The notes I handle no better than many pianists. But the pauses between the notes, ah, that is where the art resides." - Artur Schnabel
"Critics are an eternal mediocrity living at the expense of genius, either to belittle or to destroy it - a race of insects happily eating away at the foliage of art." - Bob Johnston
"Before you play two notes learn how to play one note - and don't play one note unless you've got a reason to play it." - Mark Hollis
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Posted 23 July 2007 - 11:12 PM

Updated - cheers :)

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Posted 24 July 2007 - 08:50 AM

For both general electronics bits and handles/corners/edging strip etc for amps, cabs and flight cases, you cant beat 'The Electronics Shop' in Cullercoats Tyne & Wear. The shop is an aladins cave of muso bits & pieces and the website is pretty good too. Same prices on web as in shop so well worth a visit if your ever in this neck of the woods. www.theelectronicsshop.co.uk
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Posted 24 July 2007 - 10:31 AM

Cheers - added :)

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Posted 26 July 2007 - 09:11 PM

Excelent thread!

For funny Fender stlye decals Faker, parts-o-caster etc that occasionally come up on ebay:
artyfarty1@blueyonder.co.uk

Source of valves, NOS etc in Bristol
http://www.electrofix.co.uk/ (terrible website!)

Edited by OldGit, 26 July 2007 - 09:12 PM.

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Posted 28 July 2007 - 11:35 AM

Cheers - added.

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Posted 30 July 2007 - 07:18 PM

For the scratch plate list (and other stuff I guess)
http://www.wdmusic.c.../home/index.php
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Japanese Fenders For Sale: Jaguar Bass Oly White | Jazz 62 RI Gunmetal Blue | Jazz 62 RI Black | Precision 57RI Black, US Pickups
"My favorites [Fenders] are the MIJ reissues" - Bill Nash. I'm with you there, Bill
Horn Reflectors For Sale: Sax and Trumpet Stage Sound Reflectors. Enables horn players to hear themselves and cheaper than IEMs...

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The A Team Wood & Tronics Ergon Custom 4 ("Rosa") Jon Shuker Custom P5 | Markbass LMK | Bergantino AE112 x 2 | GRAMMA Pad
The B Team: Stagg EDB | Roland Cube 100
The Rat Team: Rat MIJ 62RI P bass | Rat Peavey Combo 300 BW

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Posted 30 July 2007 - 10:25 PM

View PostOldGit, on Jul 30 2007, 08:18 PM, said:

For the scratch plate list (and other stuff I guess)
http://www.wdmusic.c.../home/index.php

They're already on the general parts list, I'll add them to the scratchplates as a x-ref.

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 07:45 AM

View PostHamster, on Jul 30 2007, 11:25 PM, said:

They're already on the general parts list, I'll add them to the scratchplates as a x-ref.

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Cheers mate, this thread is a great resource, er , resource :)
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The A Team Wood & Tronics Ergon Custom 4 ("Rosa") Jon Shuker Custom P5 | Markbass LMK | Bergantino AE112 x 2 | GRAMMA Pad
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Posted 02 August 2007 - 07:45 PM

another one for led's www.auroroproject.co.uk they do glowing pickgaurds aswell
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Posted 09 August 2007 - 01:57 PM

Thanks - updated :)

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 11:49 AM

Thunderbird neck dive fix
http://www.lysator.l...hunderbird_mod/
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Japanese Fenders For Sale: Jaguar Bass Oly White | Jazz 62 RI Gunmetal Blue | Jazz 62 RI Black | Precision 57RI Black, US Pickups
"My favorites [Fenders] are the MIJ reissues" - Bill Nash. I'm with you there, Bill
Horn Reflectors For Sale: Sax and Trumpet Stage Sound Reflectors. Enables horn players to hear themselves and cheaper than IEMs...

Gear:
The A Team Wood & Tronics Ergon Custom 4 ("Rosa") Jon Shuker Custom P5 | Markbass LMK | Bergantino AE112 x 2 | GRAMMA Pad
The B Team: Stagg EDB | Roland Cube 100
The Rat Team: Rat MIJ 62RI P bass | Rat Peavey Combo 300 BW

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 04:03 PM

What about our very own OBBM's Bassic bits at http://www.bassic.co.uk/
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Posted 16 August 2007 - 05:52 PM

Both added - thanks

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Posted 19 August 2007 - 01:40 PM

Another one for you Hamster mate.

http://www.roqsolid....pNuke/index.php for amp and cab covers.

They also have an e-bay shop http://stores.ebay.c...LID-POWERCOVERS

Cheers

Pete
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Posted 20 August 2007 - 09:11 AM

Cheers Pete - now on the list :)

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