Restoring Ovation Viper. Need help.
loganlombard
Posted 2016-02-14 1:36 PM (#522154)
Subject: Restoring Ovation Viper. Need help.


Joined:
February 2016
Posts: 3

Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
Hello. I'm new here. I've had this guitar for a long time. I've been restoring it for the last little while. Unfortunately, after moving three times, I have lost the bridge bolts. Hoping someone can help me out.
Thanks in advance.



More specifically:

Top of the page Bottom of the page
fillhixx
Posted 2016-02-14 2:12 PM (#522157 - in reply to #522154)
Subject: Re: Restoring Ovation Viper. Need help.



Joined:
November 2005
Posts: 4808

Location: Campbell River, British Columbia
Nice looking guitar. It's the sort of unit I'd trade my tele for.....all you need in an electric guitar, a place to plug it in and a place to turn it up :-)

I'm sure we have a few members here with NOS (new old stock) parts that will suit your need.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Mr. Ovation
Posted 2016-02-14 3:50 PM (#522159 - in reply to #522154)
Subject: Re: Restoring Ovation Viper. Need help.


Joined:
December 2001
Posts: 7150

Location: The Great Pacific Northwest
Shoot me an email mileskb at aol dot com. I have the studs for that bridge.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
loganlombard
Posted 2016-07-09 12:47 PM (#526567 - in reply to #522154)
Subject: Re: Restoring Ovation Viper. Need help.


Joined:
February 2016
Posts: 3

Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
Special thanks to our very own Miles Mr. Ovation for his help. This one is finally working after not being played for 6 or so years!



Top of the page Bottom of the page
danomyte
Posted 2016-07-18 9:55 PM (#526728 - in reply to #522154)
Subject: Re: Restoring Ovation Viper. Need help.



Joined:
January 2014
Posts: 402

Location: Taxed To Death State
Looks nice. All you need is a pick guard.
Top of the page Bottom of the page