Chicken Salad and Tuna Melt Rehouse

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by ocripes, Apr 14, 2008.

  1. ocripes

    ocripes Supporting Member

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    Got my Chicken Salad plus Tuna Melt rehouse today from BDuguay, TGP'er extrordinaire.

    The rehouse is top quality: sturdy, clean looking and works great!!!!

    I can't effing get a picture to load from photio bucket.
     
  2. Catoogie

    Catoogie Senior Member

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    How much did it cost ya?
     
  3. bduguay

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    Do I have to do everything for you Mike? ;)

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  4. Lt_Core

    Lt_Core Supporting Member

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    That is awesome! Yeah, how much was that?
     
  5. MkF!

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    That's gorgeous.

    ~MkF!
    "Daddy likey!"
     
  6. MuseCafeChris

    MuseCafeChris Senior Member

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    Damn that is nice. The Tuna Melt is seriously one of the best trems out there IMO. Especially for the hard, staccato tremolo.
     
  7. bestegw

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    Really like that polished look.

    @BDuguay: Did you do that yourself or do you use polished boxes to start with???
     
  8. Grenville

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    Are these for sale?
     
  9. dancehall

    dancehall Member

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    I really want to do this. I have both pedals and like their sound but the bypass is unacceptable IMO.
     
  10. tone_addict_79

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    Thats awesome!!! Ive got a friend of mine rehousing a french toast, the most horridly noisy octave fuzz around (i love it). Will post pics when its done!
     
  11. Soothsayer

    Soothsayer (Paul) Supporting Member

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  12. bduguay

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    Belt sander in the shop here at work and then a little touch up on the polishing wheel.
    Don't tell my boss!
    B.
     
  13. codeorama

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    That is awesome...!!!
     
  14. daddyo

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    Is the Tuna melt true bypass now? I have one and while it sounds great engaged, when off you can still hear a pulsing signal.
     

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