Thursday, 05 December 2013
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So... were I to have lost my tool set for my Z... and I'm not admitting to that (yet)... how would I go about getting a new set and what would it cost me? Bonus question: are the tools for a Z the same as those for an Afterburner? You know, if I'd lost my Z tools (and I'm not saying I have), I'd try using my Afterburner tools, and the truss rod wrench might have worked... you know, if all this had happened. Just asking. Thanks, adam
7 years ago
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OK, should have checked the store. I see that it's one-size-fits-all models, so that answers my question about using my AB1 tool set with my Z. But the shipping to US is actually as much as tools? Seriously? Any chance a US-based Dingwall distributor might be able to sell me a set with a reasonable shipping cost? adam
7 years ago
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The local hardware store for a set of allen wrenches? I was stoked to discover that the saddle screws were a common item at my local store. A stroll through town, $1.20 for a pair of stainless button head machine screws. I needed some shorter screws to fit a .136 B string. (TI Jazz Flats) I picked a couple extra allen wrenches for my kit while I was at it. Shipping stuff over those pesky international borders is spendy. I'd love to see a US distributor stocking the new Dingwall nickel strings.
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Silly me... was assuming the wrenches were special guages. I'll try that approach, thanks.
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