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  1. I have one of those (and have had several Vantages), and apart from the bridge (which was also bent) everything is more than decent! An epiphone 3-point bridge fits them perfectly, and they come along from time to time for not much money so it's easily replaced In my opinion, £300 is what it should be going for, and you get a LOT of bass for your money.
  2. - No neckdive as far as I can recall (I sold it about 4 years ago), I did experience it on my (now also sold) VS600B, which was medium scale and lighter in weight. This one was heavier, and I used a wide strap with it - It's like a precision on steroids, the output of the PU is very high, and the sound was very clear and had lots of attack, probably partially due to the brass nut and bridge I especially liked the neck on this bass, same as for other Vantages (I've had a VS600B, VS696B, VS795B and still own a VP710B), really comfortable to play
  3. I had one of those! And yes, they are legit Matsu's. [URL=http://s208.photobucket.com/user/Sasquatch_00/media/DSC03195.jpg.html][IMG]http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb233/Sasquatch_00/DSC03195.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Really nice bass, definitely worth it
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