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KiOgon

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  • Birthday 31/01/1951

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  1. Like it πŸ˜‰ and BONUS, far fewer moths and flying things attracted to my monitor πŸ˜†
  2. Great job again guys, thanks for the upgrade and keep up the good work πŸ‘
  3. That tone comes through really sweet, (my PC with Creative monitors), sounds superb 😎 GLWTS
  4. https://www.fender.com/en-GB/squier-electric-basses/precision-bass/mini-precision-bass/0370127554.html Not a bad price either IMO.
  5. Tried to sign up, got the email but no link to activate membership and no answer from Mark πŸ™„
  6. The white from your pick up is the same as the blue show in the diagram
  7. Ah! didn't see that blue wire πŸ™„ I stand corrected, go with chiliwailer's suggestion
  8. Centre tag of the volume pot almost certainly. EDIT Note to self; open picture up and have a closer look before typing next time.
  9. Hello Nige, I don't offer a relicing service on my kits, I believe it's quite a time consuming thing to do - but not as long as doing it *the real way* 😎
  10. The side on pic of the neck makes it appear to have quite a dip around the 5th fret, maybe just my old eyes or the way the photo's taken, but it struck me when I first saw it, then I put a straight edge up to it πŸ™„
  11. What have I always said about preamps? Stay at least a field away from them! Good luck Jack and well done Gary!
  12. I have used Fast Fret a few times on used strings over the years, (not always on the same strings πŸ™„), that does clean them off, apparently KFC fingers is good too!
  13. I only use flats, but have done this on rounds also - before fitting new strings soak a cotton wool pad in IPA or Surgical Spirit or Methylated spirit and scrub the new strings down until clean. It's amazing how much black shyte comes off them - machining oil mostly. I would never use steel wool of any grade, especially not while on a bass, imagine bits of steel wool all over your pick-up magnets πŸ˜ƒ
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