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missing the "back plate" from Substainblock Trem on my A5

Did Any else (fender) fit?

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Just a thought! What about a custom Hamer backplate. Someone’s gotta know who made them!!

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They were made in-house from black/white two-ply, the same material as the scratch-plate (if black), with a bevelled edge and an oval cut-out for the strings to pass through.

Don't know if they still have it, but Chandler guitars used to have the correct plastic laminate. Easy enough to make.

 

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I have this part that was factory-installed on a (trashed) ‘83 Phantom.   The pickguard was the 2 ply, but the backplate was a 3 ply.   The body for this particular Phantom was recently “donated to Science”...

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9 hours ago, cmatthes said:

I have this part that was factory-installed on a (trashed) ‘83 Phantom.   The pickguard was the 2 ply, but the backplate was a 3 ply.   The body for this particular Phantom was recently “donated to Science”...

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mhh... think its not the right one: i.m.o. holes for the screw in the middle have to be in one line..

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planks are also  be available in Germany. I´ll /would take a white one (as same as Pickguard..)

My idea was to take one from a Fender Strat would be easier :-)

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