Teisco Del Rey ET-200
I recently purchased a Teisco Del Rey ET-200 at an auction for $10. I think this guitar is a cool find. It was made around the late 60s in Japan! It was in pretty sad shape when I got it. I have it almost completely restored. I am currently (attempting) to rewire it due to the fact that the wiring was pretty rusted out. Fortunately the pick ups are in good order. It has two harmonica looking pickups, two switches, volume and tone.
The bridge is ... well...interesting. It has
a chrome piece that you can pull off, it kinda looks
like an ash tray when you pull it off.
Does anyone know where I can find that chrome piece and a proper wiring diagram for the components. I am more interested in a wiring diagram. Any suggeestions would be helpful. Books, online resources or anything of that nature would be great. If any one has the chrome bridge cover part and is interested in selling... I am interested in buying.The local guitar shops won't really help me because they feel the Del Rey isn't worth their time. They also tell me it's not worth my time. I really like this guitar for its nostalgic properties.