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Highfox

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  1. Wow! Some serious craftsmanship going on with those.
  2. Thanks. That was the idea that they all give something a little different. The Wal I use 90 odd % of the time. The others get a look in for recording and when I fancy a change 4 too many basses still
  3. My bass collection Jan 2020. A few in and out last year.. most bases coverd now
  4. Yes, he played on a few tracks on Sandinist. Tried to nail him down to which tracks they were but he said he can't remember the names (except mag7) and said he knows them when he hears them
  5. Ruined a set of 34 scale TI's trying to get them to fit on this medium scale. Anyone got any Pyramids or La Bella's that would fit proper?
  6. Holly Sugar! Did anyone spot this? Skyhigh price's They must be good sunglasses. https://www.thomann.de/gb/fender_phil_lynott_precision_bass.htm
  7. Congrats Lozz, great basses. I have had 3 now, move them on but always lust for them again.Hopefully now this last one I got is a keeper. and you're right different basses inspire you to play different. Lets see how long you can keep the thumb and pop under wraps lol
  8. I think a PJ and a P bass will always sound different from each other anyway. Less full wood on the PJ body for example having the extra pickup routed, IMO. and yes the make and gauge of flats will play a major difference as well.
  9. Picked up a 77 Stingray a few weeks back, plays nice but had some trouble getting the action to my liking so took it to my local Lutheir. He told me the frets were uneven and had been crowned a few times in the past and that there was nothing left on them that he could do. He advised me to think if I wanted to sell how it is now (totally original) or that if I was going to use it the re-fret is a must to get the best out of it. I guess I just wanted to ask if you think it will lose a lot of resale value being re-fretted? I have decided to get the work done anyway, hopefully a keeper.
  10. I can remedy that quick, but wanted to do the bass justice and not show my ugly mug
  11. Feeling happy Been a while since a NBD for me, but traded an old P I wasn't using much for a natural 77 Stingray. It's a bit beaten up but plus nice. Pics to follow tomorrow.
  12. I think it was an early to mid 70's job. (and stock) The one he plays now I think was a fretless (might even be a jazz neck) that he got fretted, seems the neck and body might be from different basses. Not sure but that's my guess.
  13. Nice enjoy, I have had the fretless version for a while now and one bass I will be hanging onto, great build quality playability and sound.
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