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eude last won the day on December 19 2018

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  1. Another +1 for Rockboards here. Got mine for my birthday Dec 2020. Really really really well made, and very good value for money too. Not my final layout, waiting on one more special pedal, and I'm going to sell my Bass Big Muff and replace with with a Green Muff Reissue. Also, I think I need a smaller tuner. Cheers, Eude
  2. Best of luck with the sale @therealting, it's an incredible instrument, and I do miss it from time to time, but now I've gone even shorter than 33"! As mentioned above, the low B on this bass is brilliant, even with regular scale off the shelf strings, it's still great, no need to get custom ones, although I would recommend Newtone strings to everyone and anyone I can't image this will hang around long. Cheers, Eude
  3. WOW! That is incredible! I'll have to go get my micro ACG out again today now. Congratulations.
  4. The bass, the neck and the joint have been rock solid too. I love this bass @Andyjr1515, thank you for bringing it back to life! Eude
  5. Ooooooh, I very much like that! Watching with intent. Eude
  6. WOW! That is absolutely stunning! I was lucky to have a go on a 4 string LeFay a few years back, it felt and sounded wonderful. Enjoy! Eude
  7. He he To be fair, Les Claypool's first Carl Thompson has 29 frets and it was made in 1980! Eude
  8. Yup, that was my thought too. I read the article and there's nothing special about it at all, even the concept of a short scale bass on a Strat style body with a traditional Strat pickup layout has been done before, commercially by Landing Bass Guitars, literally for YEARS. Reverse headstock? Done. Tremelo? Done. 25 frets? Nope, done by Sandberg on their 25th anniversary instruments. The only thing that would've made this interesting is if Fender had actually made it, which I thought was the original plan. That would've been quite a departure for Fender from the usual constant rehashing of the same tired old thing again and again. Eude
  9. Wow @Andyjr1515 that is absolutely stunning!
  10. WOW Binky! That is some collection there! What a stunning new addition too. Congratulations Eude
  11. My 2018 ACG Finn SC Classic 6 string. Can we use the term "spirit bass" out loud here? Eude
  12. Yup, I've never seen or heard of an unwound C string!
  13. Speak to Neil at Newtone Strings, they start winding strings at 0.018 and up, so I expect you'll get what you need from them. They are also the best strings on the market in my opinion Good luck! Eude
  14. That is one hell of a sexy instrument Binky! I'll bet you can't wait to get your hands on it, and I know from experience it will play as good as it looks <rant>This kind of instrument is always going to repel some bassists, but isn't it funny that you don't see those of us who love this kind of thing dropping in helpful comments like "boring" or "bloody hell, not another one" on NBD posts containing more old school basses...</rant> Also, as a Salace owner myself I can confirm it is one of the comfiest instruments I've ever played, if not thee most. It does all that while still looking like a proper sexy single cut, which I reckon is quite an achievement. Anyway, please let us know when it arrives mate, and congratulations for when it comes! Eude
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