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  1. If you check out the Classic Amplification website; they sell a replacement pickup cover which is about 3mm taller than the original. This allows adjustment of the neck pickup to be closer to the strings than the original. Obviously it's only worth doing if you're currently unable to adjust the pickup to the correct height. Raising the pickup might help with the output; with the usual caveat regarding string pull from the magnet.
  2. You could try TinyTone in Manchester. https://tinytone.co.uk/custom-scratchplates/
  3. If you order one from Bass Direct, you should call them first to make sure they have it in stock. I've had one on order from them, since 26th of February. I've still not heard when it's due to arrive. The last time I checked; the website still didn't say that it's out of stock.
  4. Hi skybone I did try it. From memory, because of the body shape, the case is wide enough for the body but, the neck doesn't run down the centre of the case so, doesn't sit in the support channel. Hope that makes some kind of sense 🙂 I'll try it again and take a picture. I'll take a look at the Thomann cases. I still don't fully understand the Brexit implications but, depending on the value and assuming they still ship to the UK, it shouldn't necessarily cost much more than it used to 🤞
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  6. I have a Hiscox that I bought from Jaydee, if I remember correctly. It has a series 2 in it which is a narrower body. Oddly, I don't think I've ever tried the series 1 in it; probably because it's always lived in its moulded plastic Jaydee case. I bought the Tourtech for something else but happened to try the Jaydee in it. It's millimetre perfect so I left it in there. I just need to find a decent case for a Ric 4001 but, that seems to be a common problem 😁
  7. The bottom tray is pretty solid; some kind of dense polystyrene, for want of a better description. The outside of the case has protective moulded 'bumpers' at the corners and along the sides. The top padding meets the bottom on either side of the neck, forming a kind of tunnel so, I guess that would offer some protection if anything heavy was placed on it. It's a perfect fit for the series 1, body width, body length and overall length so, it's quite snug in there. For storing a bass and carrying it around, it by hand or in the boot of a car, I'd say it's perfectly okay. I don't tend to throw cases around so I'm not expecting to test it to any great extent.
  8. I recently bought a Tourtech Pro case which I was really impressed with. It's a perfect fit for my Jaydee Series 1. It's a better fit than the original Jaydee case that came with the bass.
  9. I'm not sure if I'm more worried about people trying to sell me another or trying to buy one from me. 😁
  10. Yep I think I found my people. 🤣
  11. I've tried... no really I have tried 🤣
  12. Every time I think about selling one, I end up looking to buy another. I thought I had a lot but, some of the guys on here have taken it to a whole new level. 😁
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