Kopfjaeger wrote:I too miss Joey's site since I found myself going back to it for a refresher course before doing any work to any of my 6 Rickenbackers. If I remember correctly, the videos dealt with neck adjustments on the 4001 series of basses since they are not adjusted in the traditional way. Talk about daunting, I find setting the neck on my 4001 to be borderline terrifying!! Thankfully, that neck is one of the more stable of my basses.
rickenbrother wrote:I apologize to those who have been looking for my site for setup help. If I find the time, I will put the JBN pages back up. Been paying for the site for absolutely no use the past couple of months. There are several sites that like to help themselves to the contents of my site without permission. I'm sick of that. I'm not sure what I will do with the vids. I'd thought about just breaking them put into pictures and adding voice mp3s to explain underneath each pic. That will take a very long time! If I put the vids on my own site instead of Youtube, that will will probably take up a lot of bandwidth and I'll need a more expensive plan. I'll have to get ads or some sponsors. I really didn't want to do that.
The wiring diagrams will never be added back, those have really become a free-for-all on other websites. They may go somewhere else. I'll let the potential taker that I have, say so if he'd like. If they don't go somewhere else, they'll go into oblivion.
lucky wrote:rickenbrother wrote:I didn't know that so many were ripping you off Joey? Your bass notes were a great source of help for me & watching the videos was always interesting, maybe you could post them on here?
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