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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Wolak, Jul 20, 2005.
Where do you buy it?
I just use white double-stick tape. You can get it at home depot or sears.
What are you working on now?
There is a foam shop on Ridgewood 1/2 block north of LPGA check them out. I like the surgical tubing stuff from stewmac. Good luck .....tom
I'm still working on the same bass. There has just been too much going on for me to finish it. . .new baby. . .new house. . .doesn't leave much free time, but it's all good. As soon as I finish it, I would like for you to check it out and tell me what you think. I really just need to have the electronics installed. I'm going to have them installed by someone who knows what they're doing. I have a Bartolini prewired harness with Bart MM and jazz pickups. I would hate to mess it up. Do you know of any music stores/repair shops that do it around here?
You have a pm
You also have a PM.
back at ya...t
I don't know what the chemical name for it is, but the stuff they use for car seats is pretty good. It doesn't stay compressed after long periods of time. I've found that the world is full of free foam. No need to buy it.
How weird to read local directions online and understand them (Daytona Beach = hometown). I use heavy duty weatherstripping. Beware surgical tubing if you have any solvent based finishes (laquer, water based lacquer) lying around. It will eat them!
Yup Greg just saw your dad yesterday...t