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Linus27

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  • Birthday 09/06/1970

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  1. I love my Fender Amercan Vintage Reissue Jazz bass. Just feels great although not the best sounding Jazz I've played. That was the Fender Mexican 70's Reissue Jazz bass. I would love a 62 American Vintage Reissue Precision.
  2. Just to add, Tom is a fabulous guy and a true gent. Beautiful looking bass and I agree, in the best colour ever. Hi Tom - Sorry to hear about your stroke, hope you are on the mend and good luck with the sale. Take care of yourself buddy.
  3. Price dropped to £800 now. Would consider trades for the following, Fender Precision American Vintage Reissue 62 or 57 in Sunburst or White with cash your way. Fender Precision American Standard 2008 onwards (high mass bridge, lightweight Hipshot tuners and knurled chrome flat-top controls) in Sunburst or White with Rosewood neck. Fender American Performer Precision.
  4. Hiya, Yes to an Ebony board and the weight is 4.3kg. Sorry I should of added to original listing, all updated now.
  5. For sale is my gorgeous Limelight 1960 Stack Knob Fretless Jazz bass in Sherwood Green with medium relic. I had this made by Mark at Limelight to my specifications. As with all Limelight basses it sounds and plays beautifully. Details are, Unlined Ebony Fretless neck 38mm nut width. Hand rolled finger board. Aged nitro finish on the neck. Parchment scratchplate. Gotoh Vintage reverse tuners. Aged finish in nitro-cellulose. Lightly tarnished metal work. Stack knobs. Earth grounding strip from bridge to bridge pick up. Mute holes. Thumb Rest (Below strings). Hootenanny button on the back of the headstock. Period correct Fender logo. Weight 4.3kg Limelight make wonderful replica Fender basses and this one is no exception. Sounds and plays beautifully. It's very hard to photograph Sherwood Green as in some photos it looks green and in others it looks blue. So the last photo is next to a blue pot and a green pot which helps show the true colour of the bass. I paid £1123 for this at the start of 2020 and it has never been gigged or even left the house. Price is £800, based in Camberley, Surrey and UK shipping available at buyers cost. Would consider trades for the following, Fender Precision American Vintage Reissue 62 or 57 in Sunburst or White with cash your way. Fender Precision American Standard 2008 onwards (high mass bridge, lightweight Hipshot tuners and knurled chrome flat-top controls) in Sunburst with Rosewood neck. Fender American Performer Precision.
  6. For sale is my Stagg 3/4 Electric Double bass in piano black. Bought for a project during lockdown but was never used in the end so is in mint condition and as new. Electric double bass, 3/4 size in piano black. - State of the art electronics specially designed for double bass. - Removable arm rests. - Volume & Bass controls. - 1/4" Output jack. - 1/8" Stereo mini jack input for CD/MP3 player. - 1/8" stereo mini jack output for headphones. - Machine heads: P-bass style, nickel - 3/4 model. - With genuine Stagg gig bag. I paid £550 for this brand new last year and it's only been used a couple of times at home so is in mint condition. Comes complete with official Stagg padded gig bag and the two arm rests. Based in Camberley, Surrey and price is £360. Shipping to UK available at buyers cost.
  7. I've had two Fender Jazz 75 AVRI basses and my first one certainly played, felt and sounded much nicer than my second one which I still own. The reason I bought my second one was because my first was one of the nicest Jazz basses I'd played and just fitted me perfectly. My second is not far off but just lacks something special that the first one had. So I get what you are saying perfectly.
  8. Best has to be my custom maple fretless neck, made by Jon Shuker for my Fender FSR Precision 70's reissue. It is phenomenal. I wanted to create a replica of Sting's fretless Precision and I think its bang on the money. It plays and sounds incredible.
  9. I just absolutely adore this band and Hannah's vocals are gorgeous on everything they do. I love Sara Bareilles's vocals, they are just so smooth and effortless. Both of these girls have beautiful voices but the second girl, Eabha McMahon's voice is gorgeous. What a voice. Not heard him do anything else but just amazing on this performance. A couple more singer's who's voices I love, Finally, the one that probably gives me the biggest goosebumps.
  10. Not a Beatles fan at all but this looks great. Looking forward to seeing it.
  11. Here is my Sting tribute bass. It is a Fender FSR 70's Precision with a custom maple fretless neck made by Jon Shuker. All I can say is it looks absolutely beautiful, it plays beautifully and sounds phenomenal. I did have a set of rounds on it and it had plenty of mwah. However, as per Sting's own preference, I've fitted a set of flats and it sounds even better. It now has some of that Precision growl but also a tight, burpy sound.
  12. I don't even know what the Ampeg sound is. Are there any examples? I do run an Ampeg PF500 through a Barefaced Two10 and it sounds amazing. The best sounding Class D amp and speaker combo I've had.
  13. The screw that hold the strap nut on the body of my Jazz bass at the bridge end won't stay in. The thread must have gone on the wood as it just falls out. What's the best repair, using something like gorilla glue or no nails using the existing hole or just making a new hole? Many thanks in advance.
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