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  1. No worries! Don’t suppose you can remember where you got the tuners from, can you? I’d ideally like some pre-aged ones but haven’t been able to find them anywhere.
  2. Overall, I'm pretty pleased with my latest acquisition – a Highway One P, but the tuners leave a far bit to be desired in terms of holding their tuning – they seem much looser than others. If I'm going to replace them, I'd ideally like reverse-winding ones so they behave the same as on my Flea Roadworn Jazz. Which basically makes this a three-part question: 1. Is there anywhere I can get hold of another set of RW tuners? I've had a look around and it would appear not, but I thought I'd check with the BC hivemind. 2. Will these fit ok? I tried it out with one the other day and it seems like the stem's about the same size and will just need some new screw holes drilling, but I'm no expert. 3. If they aren't readily available separately, is there a decent equivalent I could/should be looking at?
  3. Yeah, this is what I thought might be the case; was wondering if there was an alternative that would allow me to save space on my board.
  4. Okay, I hope I'm explaining this ok, but are there any tuner pedals out there that are always on, but with a footswitchable mute? As far as I can tell you can only get things that let you switch the tuner on and off with a footswitch, with the option of it also muting when the tuner's on. Or am I being stupid?
  5. Just a quick one – would I be able to use my Tonehammer 350 for recording by running out of the DI output if I didn’t have a speaker cab plugged in? I know generally running an amp without a load is a no-no but wasn’t sure if that still applies with these little Class D types
  6. He may look good, but he sounds terrible.
  7. BC marketplace comes up trumps again and sorts me out with just what I was after, thanks to Bobby D. Fancied something a bit gnarlier and more straightforward than my J and, having already tried this out at a rehearsal, I think it could be just the ticket. I’m now sold on replacing the flats on my J (which were on it when I bought it) with rounds – I really like the feel but the amount of snap I want for the sort of things I’m playing just isn’t there. I’ve always preferred a Jazz neck, but I think a combination of this one not being too hefty and me being more comfortable with playing bass than I’ve ever been before mean this isn’t too bad at all. Also, it seems like the slightly smaller body than the J puts the neck in a marginally more comfortable position to reach the lower frets – has anyone else found this, or am I being a weirdo? Next steps for the P are: flip the pickup round, and while I’m at it get a black scratchplate. Anyway, here’s a picture of it with the J and a bonus, additional beast.
  8. Bought a Highway One P from Rob. He's been great to deal with and has been extremely patient with a few assorted blunders and requests I've made over the course of the sale. Would deffo recommend.
  9. What’s the neck like on this? Big chunker, or manageable for someone more used to Jazz necks?
  10. Hi Steff, is this still available? I'm looking for something with more headroom than my current amp and having done some reading around, it sounds like this could be just the ticket.
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