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Correct plastic parts for P90 Lester

gmann

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Is there a one stop place for all the plastic on a '96 R4? There are several people with great lookin' parts but is there one place that has it all? Any recommendations?
 

WBailey

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Is there a one stop place for all the plastic on a '96 R4? There are several people with great lookin' parts but is there one place that has it all? Any recommendations?

Assuming you mean vintage correct upgrade, the answer is NO. Sorry.

What's wrong with the original plastics ? They are after all 20 years old. :hmm
 

toxpert

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Depends on your definition of 'correct'. Are you looking for upgrade to Gibson parts??

My humble opinion is Throbak for pickup covers and Mojoaxe for pickguard/jackplate/control-switch covers....
Pickup selector switch ring depends on what era/font you prefer.
 

gmann

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Depends on your definition of 'correct'. Are you looking for upgrade to Gibson parts??

My humble opinion is Throbak for pickup covers and Mojoaxe for pickguard/jackplate/control-switch covers....
Pickup selector switch ring depends on what era/font you prefer.

Actually it has Throbak covers, and they look great. I was thinking Dan at Mojoaxe.
 

toxpert

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Dan (Mojoaxe) can do you what you need including custom sizing and aging with vintage-style materials.
If you haven't look at his compensated wrap around tailpiece...you need to do so. Beautiful engineerring and subtle on the eyes...and the tuning is spot on. I have one on my '58 Junior ...and its great. Check it out!
 
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