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  2. I read that advert when searching for pics to base my template on. It looks excellent.
  3. It does include all materials, if you want specific things there may be additional cost.
  4. Thanks for the review. I'm hoping to go on the course soon, I'm not available on the date Jon previously offered me. It must be great to play a bass you made yourself from lumps of timber.
  5. I contacted Jon about building an RD style body with a bolt on neck and 3+1 tuners. He said that it would be possible as long as it sticks to the basic Fender build style. I am currently making body and headstock templates at home. As has been mentioned, Jon runs a 1to1 course where more complex builds can be made. It's probably best to speak to Jon with regards to different timber, but Jon is happy to supply whatever hardware you would like so I guess different woods would be no problem, although there maybe extra cost. I already have the pickups I want to use, so Jon said he would supply the specific hardware I want at no extra cost.
  6. My first bass was a Hohner Rockwood LX300B. As far as I know, it is still under a bed at my parents house, in one of those plywood cases that is twice as heavy as the bass.
  7. There is a band local to me that does a ska version of Hotel California.
  8. Tell them you'll only play it if they do the Mike Flowers Pops version.
  9. I think that is the first time I've seen high action as a selling point.
  10. Can the cake be home made, or would shop bought cake be more appropriate at the moment.
  11. @Richard R - Brawley Artemis 4, Brawley Artemis 5, EBS Session60 amp, something to weigh basses with. + son with his Westfield of some sort. @Frank Blank - Rob Allen Mouse Fretless, Rob Allen Mouse Fretted, Ibanez SRC6, QSC K12.2, HX Stomp. @Stub Mandrel - Fender Performer, Hohner Jack Custom V, Deathburger (HB kit build), TE 1110 combo? @petecarlton - Mayones Cali4 "Puzzle" Bass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYAvWZGwc4s&t=13s&ab_channel=BassTheWorld.com @Teebs PRS Kingfisher bass, Godin Passion RG-4 RN (It haz arrived! ) @SpondonBassed - Jack. (That's not short for Jack all, it's just that I can't decide until nearer the time.) @bassmansam - Rickenbacker 4003s, Eppy Thunderbird Vintage Pro and Ashdown ABM 500 2x10 combo @jebroad - Not-fender jazz (maybe), squire silver series jazz, old Kay SC, Dingwall combustion, Ashdown 8x10 (Maybe) @Jabba_the_gut - 27" mini basses, Short scale telebass, whatever else I build by then, TC RS210 combo. Cakes @Oldman -RUACH NT 35” Unlined Fretless Custom, head and cab @NickA Since the last one.. got a second Wal with an extra string and those weird metal things in the fingerboard ( supposed to help you play in tune I think, but cause all kinds of problems ). So, yes, please. I'll be there; Couple of Wals and some pjb amps. @Geek99 - POSSIBLE ... Ampeg AMP, bass-doc built relic P, homemade jazz with geddy lee pups, zoom b2.1 @bnt - TENTATIVE - Harley Benton MP-4EB Enhanced "Shamberg" w/ EMGs and its own Ryanair seat, tc SpectraDrive. @Andyjr1515 Not sure what I'm bringing yet but probably will include 'Kert's' Single Cut Camphor incorporating @mhoss32's exciting new electronics And maybe Pete's Piccolo too... @Sarah5string Count me in. Dean edge pro 5 bass, Ibanez sr505 bass, little mark III amp, ashdown ABM 115 cab @verb Warwick Corvette and a TE Series 6 amp.
  12. I have 2 pairs of these green IKEA stuva doors available. Collection only from DY13 or DY11 .
  13. I have 2 used sets of these strings if anyone would like them, They are cut for a 2+2 Warwick. Send me a pm with your address and I will drop them in the post.
  14. If you can get the item from Thomann, they charge £8 postage costs on orders below £135. If the total order is under £135, Thomann will collect the UK vat, so you don't need to pay the courier any handling fees in the UK.
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