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  1. I told you they were great! Congratulations. once again I have Smith envy!
  2. Enough already! Someone please sell me a BB1025!
  3. The serial number should be inside the control panel on the back of the bass. If you remove the cover on the back of the bass, you should see it. Can you let me know please? Thanks
  4. Thanks. Is the the N89 bit you're referring to?
  5. I think you canncheck the serial number and it should tell you.
  6. Still, still looking for a Yamaha 1025 (x) and/or BBNE2! 


    Hot cash waiting!

  7. Ha! Thank Al. Great to talk to you too! M
  8. Yes I'm still looking for a Yamaha BBNE2 or 1025! Cash waiting!

    1. alexgrout_


      I have one. Please message me 

  9. Still looking for Yamaha BBNE2 or BB1025...someone must want to sell!

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    2. NotAsGoodAsJaco


      Thank you! Yes, I saw this. I think that 1700 is right at the top of the price range for one of these basses (this one is from 2001). 

      Great bass but still a factory Bass...

    3. pete.young


      Current list price for a new one is around £3900, according to Yamaha Music London

    4. NotAsGoodAsJaco


      I know! Completely overpriced in my opinion. 

  10. Still looking for a Yamaha BBNE2 and/or Yamaha 1025. Let me know what you got!

    1. thebigyin
    2. Marc S

      Marc S

      Must admit - I do like the look of the 1025....
      Not as nice as a TRB1005 in red / orange though! ;)

  11. Is the bass still active and passive with the same range of controls as a regular sire?
  12. It's an amazing bass and I wish I could keep it because there's nothing else like it for me...however the 18mm is just too tight for me. It feels like my hand is cramping up! i really got "bass shop fever" - the guy at bass gallery Camden is very helpful though and does a great job. sure, if you want to get in touch, please feel free. mike
  13. Get the -27db ones! They are great. I've been a pro musician for 30 yeras and I've been using these for about 10. i had the -25db ones before they made a new model at -27db. Anything you put in your ear for protection will affect sound obviously but I just love how these things are. My original pair came with -15db I think but I've used the maximum ones as I say for about 10 years. I can still hear conversations, hi-hats and any other high end frequency and I can also easily hear my bass. good luck. mike
  14. I'd fix those bridge saddles before selling and definitely before buying! Wrong way round surely!
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