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  • Birthday 27/09/1960

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  1. Thanks for the kind thoughts. It's a long road but time is the one thing I appear to have ! I an now the owner of a '72 Precision thanks to Barrie.
  2. My wife reckons It's a sure sign i'm getting better! The nut size doesn't bother me really but I suppose the smaller the better. It's the right hand thats the problem. It's sloooowly coming right and my lovely physios are all quite upbeat. Everybody says the fingers are the last to return. I don't think it'll ever be back to two fingered Jamiroqai though!!!!
  3. Thanks guys. The black one was nice but the red precision was my favourite Celinder, think Kiwi still has it! In spite of my minor disagreements with Chris they are still my favourite bass, anyone with a four string Celinder precision want to trade???? [IMG]http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b337/Bassleg/IMG_1860.jpg[/IMG]
  4. I have two Five strings ,they are both beautiful but I had a stroke fifteen months ago and to say the least it has been very frustrating on the bass front !!! I would find a 4 string Precision easier I think. Nordy VP5 lightweight (Around 8.5 lbs) Alder body / Rosewood neck Nordy gig bag. Very good/ Excellent condition. Bought new from BassDirect around 18 months old.(hardly used ) Price: £1650.00 Consider 4string Precision trade (part or full) Prefer lightish weight / Maple neck Unfortunately cannot drive / Available Milton Keynes area near J14 / M1 [IMG]http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b337/Bassleg/Party072.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b337/Bassleg/Party068.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b337/Bassleg/Party073.jpg[/IMG]
  5. I was the original owner of this bass. I sold it to the French Ari. Lovely bass.
  6. I have suffered the same fate as Chuck, as a professional pilot that avenue has been closed to me but it is playing the bass that I miss the most. Let's hope and pray that he can ( in time) play the bass again. It is a long hard slog and I'd imagine a lot harder at Chuck's age than mine( I am 51). I'll make a donation.
  7. Hi Jimmy I have a Skjold and a Nordy which are both relatively expensive basses, but both are worth the money in my opinion. There will always be people who put more or less value on money, I would be less inclined to buy a Fodera for example, as they are charging too much even accounting for their geographical location imho. To me it says more about the luthier than the bass so I'd rather not buy their goods. On the other hand I would hope people can make a comfortable living for their expertise, as with everything there is probably a happy balance to be struck somewhere. It is probably not worth getting involved in the ethics of things, I think that's a slippery slope ........ I am surprised at the response you have received........I don't think you've deserved it but maybe I'm too soft!
  8. I didn't think the Ashdown worked with the UL410. I would go for a GK MB500 or maybe even MB200 would be ok if its a 4ohm cab. They are great heads.
  9. I bought this kit to help with my stroke rehabilitation about five months ago. New condition( Bought new) £400.00 includes stool,drumsticks &headphones. I'm playing the bass again, however poorly, this has taken a back seat. Pickup in Milton Keynes. Picture on request.
  10. Glad you've held onto that bass Jack, it's a beauty. Has it got an East preamp now?
  11. Thanks Dave. As Molan says I am improving already !
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