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  2. Hi all Selling a full set of tuners from a Fender Geddy Lee MIJ 4 string bass These are made by Schaller I believe Used but good condition and turn perfectly Includes all screws and bushings One is missing a piece of metal from beside the gear (highlighted), however this doesn't affect tuning or stability. ***NOW SOLD*** Thanks Danny
  3. Hi all Here is a job lot of black hardware accessories taken off an EBMM Stingray 5 string bass: - 4 black knobs - 10 black screws - 1 black switch tip - Ernie Ball black straplocks and buttons (will also include screws) Dechrome that Ray today and make it look more doom! *NOW SOLD* Please see my other listings for a genuine EBMM 5 String Stingray pickup and scratchplates. Thanks Danny
  4. Hi All Selling this Genuine EBMM 5 string Stingray pickup Those looking will know how difficult it is to source genuine EBMM parts - they won't sell you one of these in a million years! 9.5 out of 10 condition, no marks and just slight fading on the pole pieces Full length wire still intact Unsure of year but it was provided as a spare pickup with a matching white one from 2012. Price is £80 which includes UK P&P Please see my other listings for black Stingray hardware and scratchplates Thanks Danny
  5. Hi all Selling this lovely tort scratchplate for an EBMM Stingray 5 bass This is an aftermarket 4 ply plate by WD Music and retails around 60-70 USD, also pretty hard to find in the UK. Really well made and a perfect fit. Plys (plies?) are Tort/W/B/W Plate great condition with minor swirling Asking £30 ono which includes UK P&P Thanks Danny
  6. I love mine but I use it mostly as a multi effects pedal and don't make so much use of the models or IRs. The amp models are very gainy to start off with but can be tamed nicely. I don't really like the cab sims but there are some great IRs out there which are much better for this purpose.
  7. It helps them sort the wheat from the chaff. No problems here
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  9. I laughed a lot! Superb from Dunlop
  10. This post is remarkably similar to a Youtube video I watched recently where a guy compared a Squier Affinity Jazz to a Classic Vibe, a Fender Vintera and a Fender US, highlighting the diminishing returns the higher up the price point you go. Having played or owned all of the above, I tend to agree with him. A £400 bass should last you a lifetime with the build quality nowadays.
  11. I put foam into most of my pickup cavities. My advice is to go with thicker foam than you think you'll need (i.e. deeper than the pickup cavity) as the more it's compressed under the pickup, the less movement you will get from the pickup itself.
  12. I have to say that my tone is so much better with a Sansamp in the chain, and I would miss it if it wasn't there!
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  14. I replaced the output jack on my P Bass with a Switchcraft Stereo 1/4" jack - got the tip from Ben Shepherd (Soundgarden). Basically, the jack clicks twice and is extra sturdy, even tho you'll obviously be running in mono. Working a treat so far!
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