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  • Birthday 19/01/1978

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  1. hey would you sell Arkham seperately?
  2. Bought a strap from Gareth, great communication, fast shipping, can't go wrong with him! Thanks again Gareth!
  3. Yea man, B524 are great.... just maybe another P could happen
  4. Well I think it does, Had Markbass 4x10 with rear and front, the rear port was giving me kind of hard time, specially if you are in a small stage club. Always when I use rear port and I'm in the club, have to lower the lows on my amp, the boom starts to circle the stage, specially if it's hollow floor. But I feel that guys in GR know what they are doing, so would like to try one.
  5. it is 60s, but you also have to know that back then Fender quality control, wood, how were they build was actually stinky poo and by that every JB that I've tried throughout my years of playing were not that great instruments. I found my '66 that I really like (personal taste), so I also have Moollon B524, and it's great same vintage vibe 5 string, but comparing bass next to one and another is whole different approach. You can have two jazz basses from same era, and they would feel different and sound different. My choice was mine '66, I had option of getting for almost the same money the '65 JB, but this one was just better. So preCBS, CBS, Japan, there are good and bad instruments, but for Moollon I know for fact they build them so every bass is great. That's why I would like to compare it with my JB But, thank you for your experience and post!
  6. I would buy it right away just I have 1966 JB... I wish I could compare them...
  7. That's what I also would lke to know, but I'm sure you could ask that Didier (owner) at their website.
  8. That's a great sounding bass... really nice sound!
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