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  • Birthday 26/03/1982

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  2. No these are for stringing through the bridge only, for stringing through the body I would recommended the Labella F-MUS set, these are made for stringing through the body and have about the same tension and feel like the normal LTF shortscale set. https://www.labella.com/products/760f-mus-stainless-steel-flat-wound-30-scale/
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  4. Is there an update on this already? I'm based in Belgium and bought a bass cab here on the forum a couple of weeks ago, but due to this whole Brexit thing the U.K. based seller hasn't been able to ship it to me as most couriers are not accepting any packages for overseas shipping yet untill this whole thing clears out. Any idea which couriers DO send overseas atm? Thanks in advance! Donovan
  5. Hi Guillaume, to most people the Sire U5 will be good as it is without any work by a professional. If you are a nitpicker like me you might want to upgrade the tuners and pickups at some point, but that's a very personal thing and mostly a matter of taste (I even mod >2000Euro basses that already have quality hardware with other quality hardware, just because I prefer a certain brand of tuners and/or pickups.. I just like to work on instruments in general, so a lot of the mods I do are not so much out of neccesity, but rather to give my personal flair to the instrument...). The gigbag I use for my U5 and other short scales is this one (a perfect fit!): https://www.thomann.de/be/thomann_gigbag_deluxe_egitarre.htm As to the Labella strings I prefer to use the La Bella 760FL-S Deep Talkin Bass shortscale flatwound set on my short scale basses as they have just the right amount of tension to compensate for the sloppiness that often comes with the shorter scale, yet they play effortlesly and have a great sound to them. Again, this is very subjective, but if you like playing on flatwound strings you can't go wrong with Labella i.m.o. https://www.thomann.de/be/la_bella_760fl_s_deep_talkin_bass.htm Hope you enjoy your new bass! Kind regards, Don
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  8. Wow, that must be my dream rig and I just sold my old amp.. Please let me know if either becomes available again.
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  10. Hi @panos7, I've got someone coming over next week who's interested in buying both the amp and cab. So I'm going to wait untill then, if it turns out he doesn't buy the set we can discuss shipping the cab. Kind regards, Stay safe! Don
  11. Schecter Diamond QPA Precision pickup from a brand new Schecter Banshee bass (replaced with an Aguilar P4 mid 60's pickup immediately after purchase, because I am a huge fan of that pickup's sound). Pickup still has the full length of the wiring attached and is of course in like new condition. Soundclip: Asking price: 45GBP/50Euro + shipping cost, but I´m also interested in a trade with a TC electronic Polytune 3 mini. Pictures will follow later. Kind regards, Stay Safe!
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