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  1. Sound and plays lovely! I have never been a p bass man but this is a keeper! thanks again
  2. Finished!!!!!!! thanks everyone for your help! steve
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  5. I don’t know what pick ups they are? Let me know if you have a wiring loom , I will buy it off you cheers steve
  6. Me again, just putting it back together and the wiring a bit of a mess? It’s not standard p bass wired so do I just replace all the wiring and pots and Input?
  7. Thanks everyone for your help. It does look like there might have been a silver series on the headstock but the punk had Sticker on it so might have come of when I originally started work on it 4 years ago!
  8. I got an old Squier Off a old punk a couple of years back that was pretty knackered and been painted Matt black. So during this awful time I have finally started doing it up. It’s a Japanese Squier precision bass with the serial number M039366 I have stripped the Matt black off (what a nightmare that was) and now tru oiling the body. my question is when was it built? Are they any good? I have seen a couple of JVs on here for big money, is this worth anything? the plan is to make it look like a vintage p bass what do you think??
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  10. Seen videos on c4 but not just a synth bass as on PYT Micheal Jackson
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  12. Hi , did this work? I have the same problem with my tecamp puma 900. I have a short lead going to my mixer. Is it as simple as unsoldering pin 1?
  13. Hohner the jack bass guitar project In need of a bit of TLC I brought this a while ago as a project but haven’t got the time at mo. A few marks on it Jack socket needs replacing (very loose) Needs 2 screws on front pick up. I think it all works ok but hard to test as jack socket makes it cut out. Action looks great! So if you have some spare time grab yourself a bargain!
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