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  • Birthday 25/02/1987

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  1. theosd


    I can't decide if cringe spindle or waffle sprocket is/are the best things I've seen written today. Spoiled.
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    No, but I'm open minded.
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    Totes squinch bruv. Feelz.
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    Is volume killing smaller gigs?

    OK. I didn't read any of these posts. If you don't feel like you're loud enough, play more quietly so that the people who really care about the.. "quality"... of the music.. will listen harder to what you're playing. And when they do, well, that's a special thing. It's like whispering to make sure that people actually listen to what you have to say. Dynamic.
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    travelling for rehearsals

    Like, being a bassist leaves you (us) with few options. Either you want to make a massive noise or the noise you end up making isn't massive enough. Be picky. (Be massive).
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    What's the most squarnchy ting you ever did hear?
  7. Sorry, I had to post just to say I read the title of this thread as if either Bill or Ted.
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    Feedback for TOM1946

    Incredibly happy with Tom and my dealings with him. As if the swathes of previous feedback weren't enough I can confirm that you can be assured of a pleasant transaction with this top class BC'er! Many thanks, Theo.
  9. Really keen to move this along now, so I'll take £300.
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    Jazz 5 String Pick-ups

    Thanks for your input; I've measured and they are 18mm at the neck pickup, more like 19 at the bridge.
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    Burns Bison *SOLD* pending the usual

    Any bass with a 'wild dog' setting has to be awesome.
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    P bass, and why I love it!!

    I see what you did there.... 😅
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    P bass, and why I love it!!

    Haha! Thanks. This one's been gigged a heck of a lot. The pickups desperately needed swapping when I first acquired it. In regards to the.. ahem... slight cosmetic blemish.. I can only assume someone trod on it whilst it was in its hardcase. The most interesting feature of this bass was a major factor in why I bought it - the cheat lines on the side 🧐
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    P bass, and why I love it!!

    Thanks muchly, although I will definitely be looking to upgrade the pickups. Oddly enough, in my 15+ years of playing this is the first Fender/Squier I've ever owned. I've had plenty of copies however, including my trusty '70s Ibanez Fretless P which I bought on this site a number of years ago (upgraded with newer bridge and Basslines quarter pounders). This also needs a new pickguard... 😒
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    P bass, and why I love it!!

    That was my initial thought precisely.... 😁 Always thought white pickguards look a little tacky.