Earlier this month I wrote about the incoming changes to the Royal Mail parcel/packet services . I mentioned that I was writing to my MP and Ofcom, and I have had replies from both. The one organisation I wrote to about this that did not bother responding was, wait for it…Royal Mail. I complained about […]
Month: January 2013
Here is a quick guide for an easy way to fix oversized tuner holes so push in bushes fit nice and snug. I would suggest doing this after you’ve applied any finish as that usually results in some overspray in the holes. If you plan to turn modern sized holes (10mm+) into vintage size (8.5mm […]
We now have a bunch of Mighty Mite unfinished swamp ash Telecaster bodies in stock. Various weights and grain patterns, if there is anything particular you are looking for get in touch and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
The new Mighty Mite shipment is on the way. It was supposed to ship Friday but due to UPS leaving out some pertinent information when setting up my account it was delayed until yesterday when I instructed my usual carrier DHL to collect. Projected arrival is Friday. There are unfortunately a few things that Mighty […]
These arrived on our latest hardware shipment. They are the same specification as the brass model (they are made in the same factory) but made from nickel plated steel to give a slightly brighter tone. Same price as the brass at £7.50 a set. Look for a Mighty Mite update over the weekend!
In October 2012 SBE (Sprague Barre Electronics) sold the Orange Drop capacitor line to Cornell Dubilier. http://www.sbelectronics.com/2012/10…-dubilier-cde/ http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/10/prweb9965785.htm For the time being production stays at the SBE plant but in time will move to “other CDE manufacturing locations.” Brief SBE history “SB Electronics is a former Sprague Electric manufacturing plant. In 1986 SBE purchased the […]
Last year Royal Mail had a very extreme shake up of their services. The headlines focused on the increase in price of First and Second Class letters, however in all honesty those increases were not unreasonable. What was totally overlooked by the media was the removal of all weight bands below 750g for small parcels. […]