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Teisco and vintage Japanese Lovers group.

For all things Teisco. AND those sweet vintage japanese guitars with those vintage pickups made by Teisco that no guitar on the planet can match. if you have never heard em, you wouldnt understand. share,buy, sell, beg, whatever, have fun. 

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Retro Gold Foil Pickups - (I could'nt take it anymore!)

Started by Wade. Last reply by Vick Griffin Aug 2. 5 Replies

Well, I could'nt take it anymore! I wanted some goldfoils for my last build because they just have a killer look and sound all of their own. But one look on Fleabay and it's just depressing to see…Continue

Is There One Place With Complete Teisco Model History With Pictures?

Started by Stephan Ziemba. Last reply by the anonymous pick Jun 1. 7 Replies

I have a couple Teisco tulip parts and beater project guitars. I see lots of differences in all of the tulip bodies. I don't have two identical out of 5. CloudyProject.com got me hooked on the tulips…Continue

MISSING: 1 Brain & The Video It Was Watching Last Night! Getting Old Sucks! Just Say No!

Started by Stephan Ziemba. Last reply by Stephan Ziemba Apr 20. 8 Replies

I think I was watching a video featured on this site, maybe in the ad column on the right way down at the bottom. There was a gentleman in a ball cap and I think no hair playing a white Ventures…Continue

Minns Music Custom/Teisco Parts

Started by Steve Hogarty. Last reply by Stephan Ziemba Apr 20. 11 Replies

Hi AllNew to this group and have just picked up what is, almost undoubtedly, a Teisco Electric though it is badged with the name of a UK Music Store (Minns Music) as Minns Custom. Only difference…Continue

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Comment by the anonymous pick on August 1, 2014 at 11:12pm

member here   making   gold foils  !!   yumyum !!!  

http://www.cigarboxnation.com/group/teisco-lovers-group/forum/topic...

Comment by the anonymous pick on July 31, 2014 at 7:57pm

super rare   acoustic   teisco  delray !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Delray-Acoustic-Guitar-by-Teisco-G-...

Comment by the anonymous pick on July 6, 2014 at 5:53pm
Comment by the anonymous pick on July 6, 2014 at 5:47pm
yeah these are higher than strat pups .

gitty has some fatter mini hummers .. might be what you're lookin for .
Comment by Where's Uranus? on July 6, 2014 at 5:45pm
I was looking at using the gold foil bass pup temporarily, but it's not single piece construction.
Comment by Where's Uranus? on July 6, 2014 at 5:42pm
I'd do that, if there was one anywhere near, one mans trash and all that, I could make some interesting mutants.

No matter, I was hoping for something lower than a regular strat pup, not as flat as the Viennese Flat Pups, are those P90 style soapbars lowish? AFAIK they just have the screws for the pole pieces poking out belw the base plate, ideally somethng about 10 - 12mm high at most.
Comment by the anonymous pick on July 6, 2014 at 3:47pm

they  sit   just a  bit  higher than    regular   pups  with a  bottom  bar    mag on them. 

if i  revealed all  my  sources  ..  id be working at   guitar center  ..

......... cleaning  floors  .   ;-)

Comment by Where's Uranus? on July 6, 2014 at 3:41pm
Unnecessary bias ;)

Where did you get those 3 pole pups btw, and how high do they sit?
Comment by the anonymous pick on July 6, 2014 at 3:20pm

i  dont  get too  excited about  basses      in  general  .

Comment by Where's Uranus? on July 6, 2014 at 2:46pm

How come no-one gets excited about goldfoil bass pickups?

 

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