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Deedee last won the day on January 7 2018

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  1. 4no. Hipshot Ultralite (Licensed) HB6 Tuners 3/8", black Y key, right handed. In very good condition. £50 posted to GB.
  2. @martthebass had already seen it. I knew where to draw the line!! 🤣🤣🤣
  3. I was just thinking the same thing 😂
  4. I bought this a few months back and save for two strips of velcro on the bottom, it's in as new condition (still has the original plastic strips over the screens). I've updated it to the latest 2.92 firmware but reset everything else to factory. Comes complete with original box etc. £320 posted to GB or £310 collected. Now £300 shipped to GB or £290 collected EDIT - I also have both the red and green cable adaptors to enable the use of various power supplies that I can throw in for an extra £10.
  5. Toto's infamous claim that Kilimanjaro rises above the Serengeti.
  6. As @Merton has said I would say it’s TE raiding the parts bin. The vast majority of SM models with this continuous green line fascia were tolex covered. The green ‘rat fur’ came later so I think your example is a bit of a transition piece from around the phasing out of the 350 in favour of the new 400.
  7. I think that's the problem. It appears to have already been heavily ransacked for spares and so asking £120 for a chassis, with no knobs, no pots, no graphic eq and no knowledge of exactly what has been left inside is pushing it just a little.
  8. I'd contact @KiOgon. Tell him what wires you currently have coming from your pickup, what passive controls you need (vol, tone, blend etc) and I'm sure he'd be able to make you a solderless loom to suit your needs at a very reasonable price.
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  10. There will be foam underneath that has become attached to the pickup. The only tiny bit of damage on my SB-R150 is around the pickup where a previous owner had clearly tried to lever out the original pickup. I would suggest some form of gripper/clamps from above (strings off of course). These pickups are full of epoxy so pretty robust to give them a good squeezing in order to pull straight upwards. Oh and congratulations on bringing a lovely old bass back to life. 👍
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