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  1. This wasn't cancelled, yet?
  2. Thanks! Maybe he read this thread, that looks really good!
  3. He's giving it away, now. Fantastic price. I have a 5 stringer of those. What a sound.
  4. I love this bass. Somebody buy one of mine so I can buy this one!!
  5. HI, I don't know, but it's the lightest instrument I have, that's for sure. Lighter than my American AVRI Fender, for example. Right now, the bass is with my Luthier, for a full setup. I will check the weight when it returns.
  6. Thanks. This is the last price, I really like this bass, and wish I can sell one of the others before this one. I have my eye on a killer 32".
  7. Last price, 1600 pounds, shipping included! The bass has matching tuners with the fretboard, I bought those. Better than the stock ones.
  8. Uau, that's actually pretty close to what I am looking for, and it's the right color!
  9. That's the 32" I tried. Very comfortable, very fast. But I'm looking for a passive bass, I don't need the active circuit.
  10. Very nice. Almost bought it a few months back, but Fernandes is the last name of my (ex) best friend, that betrayed me 2 years ago. I can't have a bass with his name on it, I would throw it out the window.
  11. https://m.thomann.de/pt/fgn_mighty_power_ash.htm
  12. I was tempted, but I also have to sell before I buy, ahah! I want passive, a pickup just a cm or so behind the P position, and a fat, hoarse tone. I'm selling now, to be able to buy later. I really like the style of the Serek, getting inspiration in classic models, like the Ric or the Ripper. Didn't know about ACG, this thread is already giving me new information. I am curious about the new model. I actually tried an Ibanez, the SRMD 200. Great neck, thin and fast. But the pickups and active electronics didn't excite me. That Reverend had a great tone, that's an option, thanks! Maruszczyk is definitely an option, but I was looking for something more retro in terms of design. Thanks for all the examples, I hope to see them keep coming!
  13. Hello all! As the title says, I'm looking for a retro/modern looking bass, with just one pickup, Passive and, more important, 32" scale. Last week I was able to compare 34", 32" and 30" basses, and the 32" scale was very comfortable and fast. 30" is too small for me. The simpler, the better. Passive, One Pickup. My favorite is the Serek Lincoln, but I was wondering what other offers are available in this medium scale. Thanks!
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