WTB Vintage Guild S 100 --- looking for knobs and tremolo bar

ForrestGeorge

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Replaced tuners. A few dings. All in all, pretty nice. Original frets look due for replacement. Mine had original low frets like this when I got it, and bending was nearly impossible. Got it refretted with some 6105’s and now it plays so well I almost feel guilty…
Agreed with your assessment. Frets actually play better than they look. LOL
 

fronobulax

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Site is a little difficult for me to navigate. Was not able to see where the parts can actually be ordered. HA!

I agree. I think they want you to tell them what you want, perhaps including pictures and measurements, by email to the address on the page and they will send you price and availability and how to pay.
 

ForrestGeorge

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My friend found these. they say 24 spline, I think that is what I need. Would buy 2 sets so that they all match. Doubt if I would find ONE old knob that is vintage that was not a fortune. Guild dude said newer ones would not work though. Any clue if these are what I want? LOL

 

Bonneville88

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Congrats FG on a cool guitar and welcome to LTG!
Here's mine, a '70! The dang strap pin isn't original and the trem
arm may not be either, not sure - that Swedish Hagstrom site looks like it's
from the earliest days of the internet - wow! Looks like a great resource though.

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