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Graham A

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  1. Back up for sale....yeah i know....i used to be indecisive once, but now i'm not too sure 😂
  2. Withdrawn from sale - I've been having a re-think about putting this bass up for sale. Knowing that left handed USA Sterling's are rarer than hens teeth i'm going to give it a few more gigs & then see how i feel about it after that, rather than suffering a bout of sellers remorse.
  3. Hi @kevham, no worries. I've had someone contact me from the USA expressing an interest, but i'd rather keep the sale within the UK 👍
  4. Hi @kevham, yes, seeing that you're in Scotland, i'd be okay with meeting up 👍
  5. Hi, After much soul searching I have decided to move on my Musicman Sterling. The serial number indicates that the bass was manufactured in November 2020, & i purchased the bass from Thomann's in January of this year. When it arrived i noticed that the phantom/third coil had become detatched from the bottom of the pickup. I contacted Strings&Things who in turned contacted Ernie Ball Musicman in the USA who sent out a replacement. In the meantime i managed to glue the phantom coil back into the place, which has held ever since. This means that i'm including the replacement pick up as part of the sale. It comes complete with it's original case which hasn't left the house ( used a mono gig bag for gigs ) & case candy. Condition wise the bass is in a vgc. It has been gigged a few times, & i was a bit clumsy walking through a door once which has resulted in a small indentation to the headstock. I've also noticed a couple of marks on the upper horn which i've tried to photogragh. None of these affect the playability of the bass in any way. It is currently fitted with Dunlop strap locks which i'll keep on, & i'll supply the locking mechanism to go onto the strap. The original strap pins are also included in the sale in case you want to swap back. Weight wise the website says 9lbs ( 4.1kgs ). I haven't been able to weigh it, but it's certainly lighter than a Stingray i moved on in the past. Only looking at selling within the UK, & collection is preferred. Thanks for looking Specs taken from the Musicman website; Specifications-Sterling Model-Sterling Size-12-1/2" wide, 1-5/8" thick, 43-7/8" long (31.8 cm wide, 4.1 cm thick, 111.4 cm long) Body Wood-Select Hardwoods Body Finish-High gloss polyester Bridge-Music Man® chrome plated, hardened steel bridge plate with stainless steel saddles Scale Length-34" (86.4 cm) Neck Radius-11" (27.9 cm) Headstock Size-Only 7-5/8" (19.4 cm) long Frets22 - High profile, wide stainless steel Neck Width1-1/2" (38.1 mm) at nut, 2-1/2" (63.5 mm) at last fret Neck Wood-Select roasted maple neck Fingerboard-Maple or Rosewood Neck Finish-Gunstock oil and hand-rubbed special wax blend Tuning Machines-Schaller BM, with tapered string posts Truss RodAdjustable - no component or string removal Neck Attachment5 bolts - Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets Electronic ShieldingGraphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined control cover ControlsSingle Pickup, 3-band active preamp; vol, treble, mid, bass; Dual Pickup, 3-band active preamp; vol, treble, mid, bass SwitchingSingle Pickup - 3-way lever pickup selector; Dual Pickup - 5-way lever pickup selector PickupsStandard - Music Man® humbucking with ceramic magnets and hum canceling phantom coil
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  7. After sleeping on it I’ve decided to keep hold of my Super Compact. Now withrawn from sale.
  8. As far as i know it is. It was sold to me as a generation 3 which have those drivers. I bought it from a fellow basschatter @Andy Vincentin December 2019 ( He had 2 x for sale ) Here's a link to his advert
  9. If you want make me an offer, i could still be tempted to sell it 😉
  10. I've been mulling over this since i posted this add. In reflection it's always good to have a spare cab, & it might come in useful just for home practice or carting along to the other band members homes when we learning new songs. Please can i withdraw this item from sale. Thanks
  11. Hi, I have a Barefaced Super Compact cab ( generation 3 ) which has now become surplus to requirements after upgrading to a super twin. I bought this cab in December 2019 off a fellow basschater @Andy Vincent I've gigged the cab up until covid struck then like everyone else all our gigs were cancelled. During lockdown i decided to double the fun & purchased a super twin, so this cab is now sitting in a corner of the room unused. It is in good condition with a metal grilled front, & comes with a Hot Covers cover. Full specifications can be seen on the Barefaced website. For sale in UK only i'm afraid, as i went through the pain of importing something from Germany earlier this year. Would prefer collection from the Teesside area, as i don't have any suitable boxes to courier. Thanks for looking
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