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ped last won the day on February 27

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  1. How do I edit my asking price...?

    The main price field cannot be changed once posted. This is to avoid people listing things for free then adding the price, or adding extra items to an existing advert. However, to reduce the price of a listed item, simply edit your first post and add some text to say the item is reduced. This can be at the top of the post for maximum visibility. You can also add it to the title of the thread. This way, users will see the original price but then also a reduced price in the post and/or thread title. In the future we may allow editing if the main price field but we can only do that once we modify the way free listings appear to stop the scammers. Hope that helps ped
  2. Wingnut

    Lovely looking thing. I love the colour of the walnut (one of my favourite body woods, for sound and look). You must be mega chuffed with it. Congrats.
  3. Stuart Clayton's "Bass Lick of the Week"

    Stuart is a legend. Thanks for posting.
  4. Wingnut

    Try one. They're like crack.
  5. Wingnut

    Thanks - yes I knew that but I know other people make these 'half sized' basses with varying actual scale length, depending on, I suppose, what you divide in two. Also the proportions of yours look different because I've got 17 frets. Looking forward to more pictures!
  6. GAS - Yes, But Why..?

    To be honest, having found the ‘one’ over 10 years ago, I actually enjoy GAS a lot more now. That’s because I don’t have to worry about the next bass being my new main instrument, or build it up in my mind to be perfect. I can buy instruments out of curiosity and for fun knowing that it’s not really competing against my daily driver, so to speak. Takes the pressure off and makes the process more enjoyable, especially when nearly all of them are bought online and without having tried them.
  7. Wingnut

    Looks great! I’ve probably missed it but what scale length have you got here and how many ‘frets’
  8. Feedback for Tuco

    PM sent
  9. Markaudio linear array systems

    Getting too many reports about this so going to lock it. Bit disappointed really.
  10. Wingnut

    Excellent, really taking shape now!
  11. My parents live in west Oxfordshire and I’m going next weekend. I could bring this bass up to York if that’s any help!
  12. Wingnut

    They’re addictive! I was expecting it to be a bit of a laugh but honestly it’s become my go to instrument, it’s just so ‘handy’!! You’ll have he added gratification of knowing you made it yourself, which I should imagine must feel great.
  13. Wingnut

    Sweet. I thought I'd use mine with an octave a lot but actually without it it sounds so much 'fatter' than I was expecting, it has a brilliant sound of it's own. But yes with an octave it sounds really really cool
  14. Wingnut

    Well. I've skipped this thread as I actually thought was about wingnuts. I've been following the build over on TB though so glad it's here too (with more pics, I see!!) Really love how this is shaping up. There are some excellent ideas and little touches that should make this look and feel amazing. What have you decided electronics-wise? I have a Bartolini soapbox in mine with extended top end range which helps bring out the flavour. Look like you're going passive, too?
  15. Oooer - not for me