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Re: Torres Engineering


 
5/8/2005 8:51 AM
Stokes
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Re: Torres Engineering
Well the pickups arrived on Saturday.Still got no response to my last email.Before I actually placed the order I told them I needed the mounting rings.I was told they could get them,I told them I was putting the pickups in a guitar that was not made for these pickups so without the rings I couldnt use the pickups.They came with no rings.I couldnt agree with you guys more about how anybody can make a mistake and the real test is how you make it right afterwards.Well Torres didnt make it "right"so I will have to make it right on my end,so the guy agreed to bring the ax back to me when I get the rings from All Parts and I get to eat most of the cost.Lesson learned.I will never start a repair until I actually have the parts in hand,and I will never order from these guys again.I guess the fact that Dan is not actively involved makes all the difference in the world.Hope he fully recovers from whatever health issues he has and takes control of his bussiness soon.
 
5/8/2005 6:20 PM
Mark Lavelle
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"Hope he fully recovers from whatever health issues he has and takes control of his bussiness soon."
As I understand it, he simply retired.
 
 
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5/8/2005 7:21 PM
Chuck
"As I understand it, he simply retired."  
 
That may well be the case at this point. When I went in there a little over a year ago Dan was on staff as a part time technical advisor and planned to remain in that position for awhile. But it's hard to predict how things will go.
 
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