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Matthew Kampff

Matthew Kampff commented

Did someone buy the guitars??

Craig Czyz

Craig Czyz commented

Quick question about the vinyl. The 300 pressing, is that just for the signed version via the pledge or is that 300 total pressed, including the ones being sold unsigned direct from Metropolis?

Thanks!

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Hanzel und Gretyl

Hanzel und Gretyl commented

Hi Craig, 300 Signed Vinyl were available for the pledge campaign only. Metropolis ordered more to sell from their warehouse and to Vinyl shops. We do not know the exact amount. Cheers!

Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson commented

Hi guys. Is there a link to download the album again please? It failed the first time as I didn't have enough memory. Now I can't find the link to try again. Thanks

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Hanzel und Gretyl

Hanzel und Gretyl commented

Hi Michael, We will have to get in contact with the good people at the Pledge offices to help you on this one. But it will have to wait until the offices are open again on Monday. We will send email to them now!

Mona Mur

Mona Mur commented

Das ist HEXENWERK!

Laszlo A. Basso

Laszlo A. Basso commented

So fuckin love the album :D

Laszlo A. Basso

Laszlo A. Basso commented

I hardly can read the lyrics, the pdf is very low quality :(

Chris CL

Chris CL commented

Last Second Snag for the Vinyl Record , HuG \m/

Paul Detroit

Paul Detroit commented

HAPPY BLACK FOREST DAY MUTHAFUKKAS!

Robby Suavé

Robby Suavé commented

Any tips on how to remove the nut on Loopy's guitars so a right-handed person can play it? It looks glued in. Do I just need to saw through it, flip the nut around, and glue it back in?

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Hanzel und Gretyl

Hanzel und Gretyl commented

I Don't think you have to remove it because loopy plays his guitars upside down, so it wold be right side up for any one right handed. - Vas

Robby Suavé

Robby Suavé commented

But the widths of the slots in the nut are cut to fit the strings, so there's no way you're going to get a low E string to fit in the slot for the high E string. It's too narrow. Like I said, it looks like the nut was switched. I was just curious about how this was done, and if I needed to take any special precautions to flip it around. I've never done anything like that before, so I don't want to screw it up.

Leonard A Pavia

Leonard A Pavia commented

Probably be best to take it to a guitar shop rather than screw with it yourself.

Robby Suavé

Robby Suavé commented

Yeah. I'm going to.

dexter deth

dexter deth commented

Actually, take a wood block and put it up against the nut and lightly bang it with a hammer in the direction of the headstock. That should loosen up the glue so you can just wiggle it out.

I bought a new Gibson nut from greasygroove, and it fits the HuG Flying V I bought perfectly.