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bigsmokebass

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About bigsmokebass

  • Birthday 05/01/1990

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  1. A very limited taste, to say the least 👀 such a lovely bass otherwise. Glwts 👍🏻
  2. Ok, now we're talking 😉👌🏻 In "Sativa Green"? 😂😂
  3. Tbf, I've not played one for long enough side by side with the BBP35 to give you a proper review but the BB435 basses aren't too dissimilar. There are differences don't get me wrong BUT all in all, a £400 version of these basses are killer for the money! You won't regret it. If you're ever in the northwest, you can always drop by the try mine 👍🏻
  4. How special are we talking? 🧐😂
  5. New and old pbasses from my collection.
  6. What are you looking to use them for? Any particular bass? Genre? Amps?
  7. Buying your jazzenbacker 🤣🤣✌🏼 Got to love a Yamaha BB. Imho, very well made basses and great prices depending on what wallet size you have.
  8. Same here, Mike Dirnt body at least. Personally, if you're going to make one from scratch, you'd probably be better getting your hands on a '51 pbass templates and using them, just altering it for a split P pickup.
  9. Stacked knob for volume and tone for Dimarzio Model P. Just a single volume for the Dimarzio Will Power woofer in neck.
  10. Usually quite a tight fit for hard cases, snug enough it doesn't move much. I have one in a Hiscox case which isn't so tight, a fair bit of movement depending on basses but all do their job to protect the bass at the end of the day.
  11. You get thrown off by the title again? 😜😂
  12. Serek Midwestern for me. However, that's Warwick triumph was smooth 😯👌🏻
  13. 5 string, which is 25% extra than your usual flavour of strings 😉😂 Black and the tort is sleek though 👌🏻
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