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WishICouldWalk

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  2. I have a new single gotoh that will fit your Mustang. If you decide you want to cancel the order, make me an offer.
  3. We need an EU trade deal on used Fenders.
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  5. That price is obscene. Someone buy this before I find a reason to buy it!
  6. Yeah, I bought it from ishibashi in Japan although I'm not certain it's Japanese made. I fell in love with the blocks and binding and liked the idea of a 22 fret neck as the 19 frets on the Mustang can be a bit limiting.
  7. Sorry, forgot to say it's a Grass Roots medium scale.
  8. I've got a mustang which I like and this as well which is a 32" scale, slim neck and compact body so it doesn't feel too different to the mustang. I need to thin the herd though so I'll have to toss a coin pretty soon.
  9. Do you play one finger per fret at the low end of the neck? If so, try Simandle technique and shift a bit more. Way easier on the wrists and tension generally.
  10. I play jazz flats and jazz rounds. Every now and then I try something else but I always go back to them. I have to set the action a bit higher due to the low tension but it's a small price to pay. Thomastiks are the bomb in tone and feel. Possibly not a slap string but I'm fine with that as I'm pretty much a pure fingerstyle player.
  11. I bought one of these new a couple of months back. Very nice bass, great build and finish. I have quite small hands and I'm fine with it. Don't get me wrong, I'm not questioning your reason for sale, I always thought small hands = narrow, shallow necks. Then I bought a 78 P with a really chunky neck and found it pretty easy to play and I'm now wanting to sell a Fender with a really slim neck as I find it too slim. Anyway, enough nonsense from me - it's a cracking bass, the buyer won't be disappointed.
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