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  1. Hey ! That's a very sexy Jazz but I am quite sure that this is not from the Van Nuys era. This looks very much like a Texas made instrument. What's written on the neck heel and in the neck pocket ? Can you please attach pics? Thanks !
  2. Hi ! What are numbers in the neck pocket and on the neck heel ?
  3. Hey, well, it is getting new frets and a new nut at the moment but I will post some pictures as soon as it is finished and back with me. Thanks for all the opinions so far!
  4. Hi Well, it is not important but I prefer to know what my instruments are made of.
  5. Hello everybody ! I recently bought quite an old Schecter PJ bass which is with my "guitar doc" at the moment to get a new brass nut and new frets. The body is made from Koa but I am not really sure what the neck is made of. Unfortunately only the serial number and not the "article number" is branded in the neck heel as you can see on the attached pictures. I am tending towards Cocobolo but I am not sure. Is there anyone around, maybe with a luthier background, who can help me with identifiying the wood ? I attached one page of an old catalog which lists all possibilities. Thank you very much, Dan
  6. Are those Sandberg's Black Label Pickups ?
  7. Oh, I am also pretty sure, that the BADASS bridge is not original as well
  8. Hello everyone, So I sold my Californian made Schecter a while ago and since I already regreted the sale when I sent out the parcel to the buyer I'have always looked for a similar bass to get hold off since that moment. I know that the instruments made in California were top of the line and to get one nowadays for roughly 1200 USD in good shape would be a very good price. I read that you have to be carefull with the ones made in Texas, right after the Custom Shop was sold to an investor group in Texas in the mid 80's. Now I have the chance to get one but since it is a bass that was made in Texas and not California I am not sure about the quality. The serial starting with an A tells me it is Texan made and the headstock tells me that this is one of the very early models and therefore a qualty instrument. But, honestly I am not sure 100% Unfortunately the pickups are not original anymore (Seymour Duncan) so that's a minus but still i am very much tempted to get it for 1200 USD Is there someone here who can help me with identifying the "quality level" of this Schecter? Am I correct that this is one of the good ones made in Texas? Thank you very much in advance Dan
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  10. Hi ! I just wanted to leave feedback. I received the Sterling super fast and in perfect condition. No problem at all so he definitely is a trustworthy seller/member. Thanks Yann !
  11. "Real" Pics would be nice I guess What kind of bridge and tuners are used on this Jake ?
  12. Hey, are you willing to ship within the EU or just within the UK ?
  13. Willing to ship within the EU?
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