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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 06:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hello,
No piss take
but every one has been telling me Dillion DMB04 pickups were not original Tri-Sonics but were being flogged as them, and people were very angry about that, to be honest they look the same as the original Red Special pickups whcih don't have a trademark on it

so i was thinking could you be able to scratch the Diliion logo off the end of the neck to get your own back on the company (copyright theft i know)

Is there any way you could do this without damaging the wood finish?


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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 07:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Poor Johnny...

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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 11:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Once I saw Dillion in this thread name I knew ''Oh Johnny Knoxville needs help AGAIN with a stupid question that doesnt even relate to playing the guitar but what it looks likes'' and here we are. *sigh* Paint over it or carve it out with a coin.



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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 12:09 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Johnny,
Why not do what Brian did with his Dillon, cover the logo with a sixpence .....

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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 13:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

&lt;font color=#F003300&gt;&lt;font&gt;Mercuryworks wrote:

Once I saw Dillion in this thread name I knew ''Oh Johnny Knoxville needs help AGAIN with a stupid question that doesnt even relate to playing the guitar but what it looks likes'' and here we are. *sigh* Paint over it or carve it out with a coin.


Wow thanks Mercury Works, can you scratch it out with a coin without doing any damage to the red wood finish? what technique slowly or what ever?


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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 14:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

ANybody who claims to own a Dillon guitar but can't spell it is obviously taking the piss.



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Posted: 01 Jul 05, 14:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Johnny Knoxville wrote:

&amp;lt;font color=#F003300&amp;gt;&amp;lt;font&amp;gt;Mercuryworks wrote:

Once I saw Dillion in this thread name I knew ''Oh Johnny Knoxville needs help AGAIN with a stupid question that doesnt even relate to playing the guitar but what it looks likes'' and here we are. *sigh* Paint over it or carve it out with a coin.


Wow thanks Mercury Works, can you scratch it out with a coin without doing any damage to the red wood finish? what technique slowly or what ever?


For some odd reason I tryed it on both my guitars and I suggest you you find the paint scheme of what ever it is and paint over it.


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