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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-11-2004, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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Urgent nut radius info for JS1000 needed...

I have a thread on my nut that isnt working.


I can buy a new genuin floyd rose nut from I guy cheap.

The specs of that nut is 42 mm and a 9.5" radius or 241mm.

I was under the impresion that it was 250mm radius.

Can anyone give me the right specs of the nut for the JS1000.


THX I'm in deep... and in Belgium (No nuts from the importer on stock)

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If it doesn't have the truss channel hupm radius doesn't matter.
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If it doesn't have the truss channel hupm radius doesn't matter.
I'm affraid I don't follow you. Please elaborate a bit. Maybe its the language barrier.

If I want the exact as the original I got from Ibanez (I mean the form) is that one the good one.

I have 2 links:

I got the radius info here: http://www.geocities.com/louferri/js1000spec.html

And this is the Nut I want to buy: http://www.gitaarmarkt.nl/index.php?...tails&id=19725

Sorry to bother you with it.

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Look at the hump in the base of the JS nut.
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Look at the hump in the base of the JS nut.
Ok Saw the Hump.

So I can order It ? The info on the other site is false ?

SO I order it right ?


I feel so silly...sorry

Just tell me Yes order it Deloosem. And I will do so...
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ASK them if it has the hump, if it doesn't it's useless.
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Rich,

Its a no no. It doesn't have the "hump".

I know you have them. And my Brother In Law is living in the Boston Area. I will let him pay you. I'll mail you personaly to get the details.

Can you tell me what the part nr is for the nut of a JS1000BTB.

THX for the help man. You are the man...

Marc
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I will contact you today or tommorow.

Any other parts you suggest me buying from you for my JS's. I have a JS1000 and a JS2000(pre 2003 model) ?

I mean things like posts, whatever.
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Dunno, having a problem with anything?
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Dunno, having a problem with anything?
Yes with the bad (No) support here in Belgium. For the nut thing I had to wait 2 months and what did they get me 3 pads with 3 screws not what I asked.

I am always looking for better tuning stability. New post an option ?

I do have a problem with the Trem arm moving. It seems there is an awfull lot of space between the top of the tube where the arm inserts and the arm its self.

I read all the articels here on tightening the thing but its thight and it still moves. I'm used to it now but any thoughts on it would be cool.

Anyway if you think of things like: Ok he will need this and this...make suggestions...
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You strip the base or something?

If the guitars are post mid year 01' [about 25000 on the serial] they should have the new studs, I'd check before ordering something you don't need

http://www.ibanezrules.com/tech/setup/loose_holder.htm
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