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  1. Some of the Samick actives are very light and the range of tones from them are fabulous. I have a few good 'quality' basses I gig but almost always use the Samick for recording.
  2. Roc

    Neck Break.

    [quote name='iiipopes' timestamp='1363711624' post='2016391'] Neck to body screws are one thing, since they have been engineered that way. But this is a train wreck waiting to happen. With such small screws on thin wood under tension, it will let go, and at the worst time (middle of a gig). Please take it to a qualified luthier and have it repaired professionally, for your peace of mind. [/quote] I don't think it will TBH, its a really old repair and it really is solid, but, good advice and I probably will get it checked by someone more qualified than me.
  3. I hope my memory holds up, 1st one - Ibanez blazer, I was in a punk band at the time and the singer superglued a fork and a load of coins to it. 1979 I think. It was unplayable when I'd finished hitting him with it. 2nd, a Guild B302 - had no idea what it was and only bought it (well my Grandad did) 'cos Ally McMordie played one and I thought it sounded fabulous, again, 1979(I think) I still have it and its done God knows how many gigs. 3rd, Aria ZZ - I gave it away to a kid in a metal band I gave lessons to. It's all a bit hazy after this, I think the next one was an Aria Pro-ll and either the UK Subs nicked it or I left it at a gig we supported them at. Currently, A Fender Jazz - my mainstay for gigging now, just for ease of playing. My Guild B302, the best sounding bass I've ever owned. A Guild B301, a project. A Samick active - used for recording only, massive range of tones and never gigged. An Aria Magna series, an impulse buy and it hasn't so much as been plugged in. There's been loads inbetween I can't remember, but I can recall a Vintage bass I bought on a whim that was truly horrible in every department. No idea what happened to it.
  4. Roc

    Neck Break.

    It plays fabulous, the intonation is fine and there's no issues other than cosmetic. I've compared it to my 302 and tbh, it probably plays better, is defo lighter and plugged in sounds exactly the same. Just a shame about the bolts as someone pointed out. I think I'll just get it refinished. Cheers for the input.
  5. Roc

    Neck Break.

    [attachment=130472:gg.jpg][attachment=130473:ggg.jpg][attachment=130474:ggggg.jpg][attachment=130475:guild.jpg] Got my work cut out here, but it plays and sounds great. Any advice on tidying it up?
  6. I use a Jazz or a Guild for gigging and a short scale Samick active for recording. Never had a problem swapping between the two but I've done it for years.
  7. Roc

    Guild B302

    [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uBC7uq7cHc"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uBC7uq7cHc[/url]
  8. Roc

    Guild B302

    [quote name='headofire' timestamp='1358353384' post='1937629'] Pics? [/quote] I'll try and get some up - you can just see it here but can hear it well. [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dGWjvTxGDs"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dGWjvTxGDs[/url]
  9. [quote name='thunderider' timestamp='1357289797' post='1920312'] i did miss a simms watt by 11£...it was one of the freaky moments on ebay one minute i was biddy a lost second and it had gone!! gutted!! [/quote] I had one and sold it to this lot [url="http://www.newyorkproductions.co.uk/sheets/BACKLINE%20HIRE%20LIST%202008.pdf"]http://www.newyorkproductions.co.uk/sheets/BACKLINE%20HIRE%20LIST%202008.pdf[/url] I hated the sound of it but still wish I'd kept it 'cos I sold it pretty cheap.
  10. They sound good on the vid, good stuff, I'm defo gonna try them.
  11. [quote name='MiltyG565' timestamp='1357258506' post='1920148'] I put them on the jazz. they sound good. mmmm [/quote] Any footage? I'm seriously thinking of putting them on my jazz.
  12. Sounds great, Shifts permitting, I'll be there.
  13. [quote name='gafbass02' timestamp='1356235003' post='1908269'] 4 am and tiddly so ill write up properly mañana but short version: nailed it :-) [/quote] Good lad.
  14. Roc

    Guild B302

    All original B302 for sale. I've gigged this bass constantly for around 30 years but it's in good condition for its age. Its the mahogany one not the ash. Looking for around £750 for it and I'll try and get some pics up. Would prefer pick up rather than post. Cheers for looking.
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