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    G&L Kiloton

    [quote name='scalpy' timestamp='1490908771' post='3269045'] Excuse my ignorance, why not? [/quote] With regards to the humbucker with the series/parallel/single coil switch, they only make a two pickup version, or a single 'bridge' position version, rather than the L1000's original position.
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    G&L Kiloton

    It's a shame they can't make the L1000 again, with the pickup in the correct position.
  3. [quote name='Lozz196' timestamp='1489333509' post='3256095'] I reckon the US Fender 2012 - 16 Series may well become a bit like the JVs, as imo they really upped their game on these ones, both Precision and Jazz alike. [/quote] I'd argue it was upped from the 2008 onwards, as that's where the bigger difference came in imo.
  4. I think Squier's output a few years back, was better/more interesting than now, perhaps.
  5. Yes, that's the one. I know they were discontinued a few years ago. Just wondering why there aren't many used ones about.
  6. I know they are discontinued, but I've been looking around the internet and shops, to see if I can find a used 'Squier vintage modified precision bass TB' (the 3TSB one with the single neck humbucker), from few years back. I can't seem to find one anywhere? Were there not that many made? Squiers are often everywhere on the 2nd hand market.
  7. Eden fan here, thanks to Watt. I have a TN501 head and a D series cab (XST). Nice clarity and definition, with a good EQ and features.
  8. I think there is a lot they could do with regards to heritage basses. Decent reissues of the T bird, also in non reverse, with nickel hardware, two part bridge etc. Release an EB-3/SG bass with varitone switch. Maybe an SG with the 60s body but with 70s pick up positioning, also as an EB-0. The previous design EB bass (2012?) could have been released in a one pickup config, like the G&L L1000. Perhaps some new colours, sparkling burgundy? Reissue the Les Paul signature bass.
  9. I'd love a mid 50s style P like this, but if only these didn't have that inlay.
  10. I wonder why people buy basses that I don't like the look, or sound of. But then I know it's because they like them.
  11. What if someone buys a guitar/bass from previous owners who have naturally worn it in over years. Is that posing? I think we need to know what's allowed here, in case the instrument police come calling. Perhaps a COA stating where each ding and knock happened.
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    Thunderbirds!

    [quote name='dannybuoy' timestamp='1486512379' post='3232464'] That does sound interesting, I prefer the older brighter sounding pickups! [/quote] This is the version they have in Japan. It would be great if they did a non-reverse TB II (with the single pickup), in this style as well.
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