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Offline jasonole59

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600s Trem / N2
« on: May 07, 2010, 03:01:04 PM »
I've just been informed by Washburn CS that the 600s is no longer being made since the Takeuchi company in Japan is no longer in business?  The guitar I'm looking at purchasing is missing some of the string blocks, and the locking clamps on the nut.  Are these parts universal?  Would any string blocks made for a Floyd work?  I'm not a noob at playing, but this would be my first guitar with a floyd.  The only other locking system I've owned was a Kahler, on an old Peavey Nitro III custom, and then I ditched that style of play for a long time.

Also, what size trem bar does this take, since that is missing also.

Jason

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Offline neilb

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600s Trem / N2
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2010, 11:59:43 PM »
There is always bits for sale on the auction site for floyds.The bits are cheap enough and if your really unsure,maybe the seller might have knowledge about specific parts.For the trem arm,it maybe better to buy the arm and the bushes.my Kramer was missing the arm and after buying two arms that should`ve fitted but did`nt,i bought the arm and bush.Sometimes you can get used 600s or licensed copies cheap on ebay!!!