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Hey /diy/, lately I've been considering modding alot of the hardware on my cheapy Strat copy (Westfield E1000).
I'd like to keep the neck because I love the neck, but change ALOT of other things, maybe even the body itself, along with pickups, bridge, nut, and tuners.
I just came here for help about it, does anyone have experience of modding a cheap guitar? Any tips? Cheers.
110V US made equipment in 220V Portugal
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listen, i got an electric equipment and i am overseas now, portugal. it was damaged by TAP (portuguese airline) and i demanded repair.
while at the repair shop, someone (yeah, there are such retards) plugged it up in the 22V outlet .. i told TAP this place had finished damaging my equipment.
this was in march/2012 and i a still fighting with fucking TAP to have my stuff repaired.
they have agreed to send a technician over here to take a look and confirm the electric part is damaged. the equipment has 2.4 amperes, 110V made in the US.
sorry for the blahblahblah, but my question is: anyone knows the proper "lingo" i can use with the electrician guy to make sure he gets it the equipment needs to have its entire electric parts replaced since it was plugged in a 22V outlet with no converter
i also would like to know the exact kind of voltage converter this equipment needs.
then i can get back at TAP and demand a solution. they have to repair my shit ASAP, it's been almost an year!!