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Spring Cleaning (Precision covers, caps, cables, books, etc.)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by christopherogut, Feb 5, 2014.


  1. Time for some spring cleaning! Check back, I'll add more...

    Teach Yourself Slap Bass, used but in great shape. Includes a CD and a DVD. $11 shipped.





    Rolls HA43 4-channel stereo headphone amp. Works fine, good condition. Non-original power supply is a bit chewed up (from me cracking it open to reverse the polarity) but works fine. $20 shipped.. If you don't want the power supply 'cause you have a nicer one (12v center negative) we can do like $15 shipped.





    Old Daka-Ware knobs:
    - four (4) dark brown 'chickenhead' knobs, good shape, a few nicks and chips, fit a 1/4" shaft
    - one (1) big acorn-shaped knob with a clear indicator, fits a 1/4" shaft
    - off a late '40s record lathe, period correct for old guitars, amps, etc
    - marked Daka-Ware, Chicago, Made in USA
    $10 shipped.

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    RadioShack XLR-to-USB adapter:
    - in the box with USB cable, paperwork, etc.
    - meant to be used with powered mics
    - go read about it, it's not for everyone (PN 33-331)
    $10 shipped.

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    Digital Reference DRV100 microphone:
    - in box with packing materials and mic clip
    - very good overall shape but a small dent to the grille (see pic)
    $12 shipped.

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    Cool old hardware:
    - from a wooden military box meant to hold a calibrated gauge for who knows what
    - eight (8) corners, galvanized steel
    - two (2) pivoting handles, galvanized steel
    - two (2) clasps, I think stainless steel, marked 'USA Excelsior Stamford, CT'
    - one (1) awesome plaque with info from the case, aluminum
    - I was going to use these for a sweet wooden pedal board but never did
    $10 shipped for all of it.

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    Books: (not including shipping...)
    - Introduction to Acoustic Blues (with cassette) $3
    - Finger Picking Guitar Techniques $5
    - Hal Leonard Blues Method, Volume 1 (a bit chewed up)$3
    - The Late Fifties (a bit chewed up) $5
    - Blues Picture Chords and How to Use Them $3
    - old Taylor tri-fold catalog, year unknown $3
    - The Complete Guitar Player, Book 1 (includes record) $3
    - Scales & Modes $3
    - How to Play Guitar, Phase 2 $2
    - E-Z Way Fingerstyle Guitar Solos $2
    - The Guitarist's Guide to Special Tunings (half fold) $2
    - The Guitarist's Scale Guide (half fold) $2
    - old LT sound catalog, 1986, includes record $2

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    Zen-On Bressan Alto Baroque-style recorder:
    - decent shape, some sticky tape marks and scratches, no teeth marks!
    - ABS plastic, wooden reed block, breaks down into multiple pieces
    - case, cleaning rod, finger rest (used to be taped in place)
    - I believe this is Model 1500B
    $20 shipped.

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    Last edited: Jan 26, 2015
  2. jbravo

    jbravo Supporting Member

    Jun 1, 2009
    South Dakota
    Pm'd on precision covers!
     
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  4. ctpunk

    ctpunk

    Jan 30, 2014
    Los Angeles
    PM on Orange Caps and P Covers
     
  5. jbravo

    jbravo Supporting Member

    Jun 1, 2009
    South Dakota
    PP sent. Thanks!
     
  6. robd

    robd Supporting Member

  7. BrentB

    BrentB

    Jan 31, 2014
    Huntington WV
  8. bobosapiens

    bobosapiens

    Aug 15, 2014
    hi, i´m interested in buying the zen on recorder...
     
  9. Iwalkedin

    Iwalkedin

    Apr 4, 2014
    I kinda want that catalog how much for just that?
     



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