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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-30-2007, 01:02 AM Thread Starter
 
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FS: Ibanez Roadstar II, Tone Zone, EdgePro-II, Duncan Invader and other parts

Ibanez Roadstar II, Japanese made, has been upgraded with a cool mirror pickguard, but I am also including the original black one, 2 black strat knobs, and had the back of the neck sanded down to bare wood. In great condition for its age. No major dings or scratches or cracks in the wood. Has small wear and tear type swirl marks or buckle rash, typical for a 20 year old guitar. Missing back cavity covers. Also missing one of the lockdown screws on the behind the nut locknut. Will need a setup, I noticed some string buzzing after I put brand new strings on, 10's.

$200 shipped USA

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Next up is an Ibanez EdgePro-II Tremolo in black. Perfect condition. Comes with bar and springs. Easy string loading doesn't require balls to be cut off, but this is a double locking tremolo, not a crappy fastload that goes out of tune. The trem block is a little wider than an OFR or licensed, check out the second picture, so check your guitar, or you may need modification. It does take a standard trem post spacing though.

$50 shipped USA

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Seymour Duncan SH-8 Bridge model Invader pickup. About 3 inches of lead wire. A little rust on the back of the metal plate. Comes with springs, screws and black pickup ring.

$45 shipped USA

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Dimarzio Tone Zone F spaced. Works perfectly, new condition. I had in a guitar that I dismantled. Has tons of lead wire left. I also have this pickup in another guitar I have and love the tone.

$45 shipped USA

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Chrome Strat style fixed bridge. Top loading style, meaning you thread the strings through the back of the bridge, not through the body of the guitar. New and never installed.

$15 shipped USA

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Jackson gunmetal gray guitar tuners, lefty or reverse headstock type, and a matching volume/tone knob. The knob is the type that has a screw in the side to tighten it to the pot.

$15 shipped USA

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-30-2007, 01:03 AM
 
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Re: FS: Ibanez Roadstar II, Tone Zone, EdgePro-II, Duncan Invader and other parts

Dude, none of your links work...
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Re: FS: Ibanez Roadstar II, Tone Zone, EdgePro-II, Duncan Invader and other parts

Add "http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a336/t1r12003/" In front of the picture name. That works
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-30-2007, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: FS: Ibanez Roadstar II, Tone Zone, EdgePro-II, Duncan Invader and other parts

Sorry. Is there a reason why those exact links work through another forum and not this one?
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Re: FS: Ibanez Roadstar II, Tone Zone, EdgePro-II, Duncan Invader and other parts

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Originally Posted by t1r12003 View Post
Sorry. Is there a reason why those exact links work through another forum and not this one?

It looks like they were copied from another forum after vB shortened them. If you put in a very long link in your original post the vB code the forum uses shortens the link for display purposes, putting in "..." for a long string of characters, like you see after the "a3" in your links. The resulting links then look shorter than they really are, like yours above.
However, if you put in an original link with those "..." characters in it, then that becomes part of the link, and the link is no longer valid and won't work.

So, what likely happened is you put the full link in your original post on another forum, and the vB code of that forum shortened the link just for the display, not for the execution of the link. Then, you copied the shortened "display only" link, which wouldn't work here because it isn't the full link, and has the "..." characters instead of the actual code.
Hope that's clear
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