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  1. Lovely! Great price too! Best of luck with the sale!
  2. Thanks Gareth! I still think of the first Pre EB I bought from you many moons ago, you have no idea what you started 😂
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  4. What can I say, that previous posters haven’t already mentioned... An easy transaction (we were both testing the waters with Brexit), great communication, goods exactly as described, buy, sell or trade with this fellow basschatter with confidence!
  5. Would consider a trade for a pre EB Stingray, Sabre or Cutlass, can offer cash adjustment for the right bass if needs be. Thanks
  6. Indeed, doesn’t need too much more parts and some time to have a great sounding bass!
  7. Here’s a throwback tribute to the original Music Man Cutlass II bass from the early eighties... I seem to have amassed a large selection of spare parts over the years, nearly enough to put together a pseudo Cutlass II. So as I currently don’t have the time due to other commitments to complete the build, I’m going to list this as a job lot for sale. Parts as follows: •1988 Sabre body (sunburst) •Status graphite neck (no tuners or string tree) •MM 4 bolt neck plate c/w screws •Sabre pick guard (no screws) •MM Sabre control plate loaded (note, I’ve not had this installed on a working bass, so have no idea as to how it sounds) •2No. Bartolini pickups •1No. MM pickup cover (no screws) •1No. MM Sterling Bridge c/w anchors and anchor bolts •MM chrome battery cover (1 screw) •MM 9v battery lead •MM strap buttons Listed as a complete job lot, not interested in splitting.
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  9. This amp is something else, really powerful and super rare. This is the "Amber Light" version of the Walter Woods MI 200-8 from 1993. The amp has plenty of power with lots of flexibility in the EQ. The amp has two input channels with some really cool stereo features, such as separate XLR DI and Effect Loop for each channel. This is one of the best amps out there for amplifying electric and acoustic bass. Controls - Pre-volume, Bass, Midrange, Variable (with "Boost" switch), Treble (with "Brite" switch), Master Volume, Pan. Specs Voltage: adjustable for the touring bassist 180-260V, 50-60Hz Or 90-130V, 50-60Hz. Output Power Ratings 300 W per channel @ 8 ohms. 450 W per channel @ 4 ohms. 700 W bridges (minimal impedance in bridged mode is 8 ohms).
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