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kristo

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  • Birthday 24/09/1980

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  1. I took the plastic part off, and then took the one off the A tuner to see if that worked on the E. It didn’t, so I presume it’s something wrong with the tuner itself. At this point I panicked and messaged my tech, who’s luckily taking in work from next week. It’s an Epiphone Masterbilt Century DeLuxe, which is my gigging bass, so lucky it’s happened now.
  2. It does yeah, I'll see if that helps. Thanks!
  3. Hello all. Whilst tuning my E string last night the peg was feeling a bit tight. I (foolishly) persisted with trying to tune up and heard a little snap sound. The plastic key of the tuning peg had cracked, and now the tuning peg when turned no longer affects the string. I'm worried I've broken it and now need to replace the tuners. Can anyone confirm if this is the case, or if there's something I can do to check? Cheers.
  4. Labella 760FL short scale flats in excellent condition. Only fitted for about an hour, so very little use. Slightly trimmed for a 4 a side headstock. £25 posted.
  5. There’s one on reverb currently.
  6. I’m not sure, I think it’s gloss but it’s not sticky like some necks.
  7. 9 1/2 lbs in case you missed it above.
  8. Just under 9 1/2 lbs on the dodgy kitchen scales.
  9. I have a Fender Modern Player Short Scale Jazz Bass in excellent condition I’m looking to sell. Fitted with roundwounds and lovely to play, but being sold to fund a new hollowbody bass. £500 plus delivery. Cheers.
  10. If you don’t mind the frets I’ve got some nice upright sounds from Epiphone Archtop basses with floating pickups. Short scale, thick bodied and comfortable to play sitting or standing. I have two, and my backup is for sale on the forum. The other one is a gigging bass and a keeper.
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