Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

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Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby Django3 » Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:17 pm

Hi Y"all
Has anybody here on the forum fitted new "Hot rod" cones to a tricone[ Vintage make]. and was there any difficulties invoved? and last but not least, was there a significant difference in the volume and sound.
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby The Breeze » Thu Nov 11, 2010 6:23 pm

Not fitted them in a tricone, but replaced the non-original one in my Duo for a Hot Rod. Sound better? Oh yes...

Thread here:
http://bigroadblues.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=11216
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby kiwiblues » Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:06 pm

Hey Django, did you ever fit your hot rods.
What about the idea of using some of your EQC payout to buy a National? There are usually plenty of good secondhand ones on Ebay.
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby Django3 » Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:33 pm

Hi Kiwi
The "Hot-rods" are on their way [ I hope] from "Pickin Parlour" Can I say, the Hot Rod in my Regal RC2 only gets better n better louder and sweeter, if anybody is thinking about upgrading
I'd say go for it. Apparently the national guitar company restored the turning machinary used in the 1930s and have got the right mix in the alloy. Them dudes surely know how to make great gear.
cheers jim.
my earthquake money will help repair the Grand canyon running through my house
or some other silly project,,,, yeh,,, ebay,,,,you say,,,,mm?
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby kiwiblues » Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:28 am

Hope you guys don't have to wait to long. We've got over the magic $100G mark but the land is stuffed so the house may be bowled yet. It all pales into insignificance after whats just happened on the West Coast.
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby Django3 » Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:22 pm

Hi Brian
A wee bit off topic,but interesting,Reading some Carl Gustaf Jung the other day and apparently He had some apocalyptic visions about the year 2010,,,,, makes one ponder
does it not?
any way back to the slide
Jim.
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby kiwiblues » Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:28 pm

Give a call when you're ready to fit them, I'd like to be there to compare them and maybe help out.
Brian
:) 8)
Django3 wrote:Hi Kiwi
The "Hot-rods" are on their way [ I hope] from "Pickin Parlour" Can I say, the Hot Rod in my Regal RC2 only gets better n better louder and sweeter, if anybody is thinking about upgrading
I'd say go for it. Apparently the national guitar company restored the turning machinary used in the 1930s and have got the right mix in the alloy. Them dudes surely know how to make great gear.
cheers jim.
my earthquake money will help repair the Grand canyon running through my house
or some other silly project,,,, yeh,,, ebay,,,,you say,,,,mm?
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby Django3 » Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:10 am

Thanks brian ,I surely will
cheers jim.
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Re: Fitting new national "hotrod" cones.

Postby Django3 » Fri Nov 26, 2010 8:45 pm

Hi Brian
could you send me your phone number [ dont always see my private messages, so assume everybody else is the same]
my apologies to the board.
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