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Latest Fender American series vintage-key tuning machines...part number or info?

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by aphexafx, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. aphexafx

    aphexafx A mind is a terrible thing. Supporting Member

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    This is a side step of my parts build thread: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f57/fender-american-select-flame-top-nitro-first-parts-build-1055382/


    The only current two-pin machine that I can find available for current production American necks (standard and deluxe) is the Hipshot type:

    http://angela.com/fenderamericanseriescompactchromebasstunerssetof4.aspx (p/n 007-5116-000)

    Both my deluxe Jazz and my standard P have these larger body machines that I can't seem to find separately and I assume that they are also two-pin style. Does anyone know a part number for these tuning machines? :eyebrow:

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  2. aphexafx

    aphexafx A mind is a terrible thing. Supporting Member

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    Ok well, either I'm missing something huge and obvious (likely) or these are too new have a parts distribution. Anyway, I think I've solved my problem by installing the hipshot style machines (listed above) on my P after pulling these for my Jazz build. As long as they have the same two-pin mount, that works out perfectly.

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