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Tjhooker

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  1. Had a 4 string silver one ... was a really good bass 👍🏼
  2. Ah .. Yes thanks I wondered if the amount of rolling (in that screen grab it looks ALOT) was a specific v10 thing and maybe the v7's had a bit less? It seems like all the sire basses, even the v3 have all the same features, is it just the woods that are different? I am after a V7... I figured "diddle for middle" but If the end product (rolled edges, pickups, preamp etc) are all so similar maybe I sound get a V3 and save some cash?
  3. Is it buzzing or fretting out on the high frets or hard to play / fret in 1st position ? If not maybe don’t worry .. i had similar issues as this .. replaced the nut and that is sorted but still have some issues at the other end where the neck is twisted. I. Shimmed the neck and that has helped a little but it is not perfect... but don’t want to spend a fortune getting the neck reshaped / refretted. I don’t go up that end much 🙂
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  5. Tjhooker

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    Active or passive?
  6. I used a 8omh 1x10 and a 250w head with an upright bass in jazz band situations where everyone is playing fairly quietly ... (at least to max brass volume). plenty of power in this situation and could be the loudest instrument apart from the drums if I was distasteful Any louder and I have to add another cab or move on to bigger cab combos.
  7. Is the a v10 thing only or are the version 2 v7’s finger board edges this rounded?
  8. Tjhooker

    Wife

    Recon you’ll have trouble shifting it without pics
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  10. George sold me his 3 leaf octabvre mk1 pedal Item as described. Great service. Nice chap. Happy
  11. Also had great results from John
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