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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-30-2006, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
 
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Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

Yep, i bought a dead mint RG770DX in a candy apple red color, damn nice guitar, but the original knobs where missing. I bought some on the net but there the plastic ones and there not the right color. I want the painted ones.

Where can i get them?

I looked everywhere but no luck, heeeelp meeee.....LOL

Thanks guys,

Chris
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Re: Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

You saw the ones on the 'bay from Jeannie Pickguards, right? The desc. says "Ibanez" but then again they look too dark.
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Re: Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

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email them and ask for KB-10 knobs in Red. Keep it simple as you're dealing with somebody in Japan who doesn't inderstand English very well.

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Re: Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

if im not mistaken SCS has some new/old stock Ibanez knobs, im not sure if he has red but you can try..

Click the Sims shop banner and go to the for sale section of his site.
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You saw the ones on the 'bay from Jeannie Pickguards, right? The desc. says "Ibanez" but then again they look too dark.
Yeah i saw those, there just like the ones i ordered. They match with the body very well but they don`t with the pickups....I want it original.....

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email them and ask for KB-10 knobs in Red. Keep it simple as you're dealing with somebody in Japan who doesn't inderstand English very well.

Good Luck!
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Damn thanks man, i`ll definately check them out.

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if im not mistaken SCS has some new/old stock Ibanez knobs, im not sure if he has red but you can try..

Click the Sims shop banner and go to the for sale section of his site.
Definately going there now.

Thanks a lot,

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if im not mistaken SCS has some new/old stock Ibanez knobs, im not sure if he has red but you can try..

Click the Sims shop banner and go to the for sale section of his site.
Just checked and he has some but not red....$50 for both knobs and tip!!!!! Damn expensive. I just bought two complete sets on **** for $30, one green and one yellow.

Thanks again,

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post #9 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-30-2006, 02:08 PM
 
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Re: Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

most **** ones are not florescent like the Ibanez new old stocks.. Thats why they are expensive..

There green and yellow but not florescent.. Case in point here is my original Pink florescent single coil cover next to a **** yellow knob.. Big difference.. I am going to have to order some from SCS

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most **** ones are not florescent like the Ibanez new old stocks.. Thats why they are expensive..

There green and yellow but not florescent.. Case in point here is my original Pink florescent single coil cover next to a **** yellow knob.. Big difference.. I am going to have to order some from SCS

Yeah i know, i have 2 sets coming. Spares for my UV777gr and UV7bk.

$30 was a good deal.

But..........




I want red ones!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It`s driving me insane, i can`t find any.

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http://www.universaljems.com/cart/knob.htm

lookie lookie wheres my cookie
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post #12 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-30-2006, 02:24 PM
 
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I've been accused of being an original red knob. Does that count?
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I've been accused of being an original red knob. Does that count?
Only if he can put on a guitar .

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Re: Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

Watch out for those sharp posts!
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Re: Looking for original Red Ibanez knobs

Are the OEM knobs painted?
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