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5 hours ago, LeytonPlaysBass said:

My latest addition. 😀

 

Fender Custom Shop Sean Hurley Signature, Aged Charcoal Frost. 
 

 

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That’s really nice,and a great rig , did you fit the mute yourself 

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On 10/07/2021 at 18:54, marleaux62 said:

My latest acquisition 

 

 

 

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Nice!  I like the '55 P bass style. Kinda regret not picking up one of the CS ones from a few years back.

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On 24/07/2021 at 07:34, Reggaebass said:

That’s really nice,and a great rig , did you fit the mute yourself 

 
Thank you! The mute comes factory fitted as standard and with the perfect pressure setting out of the box. I understand some people have issues with it pushing the tuning sharp.

 

I’m still trying to get the best from the Head and the two SL112s. Sounds fantastic but I can’t help but feel a cab is distorting around 12 o’clock 😰 

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20 hours ago, [email protected] said:

Ooof, beauty. 
How did you come across it? Was it a custom order or good find?

Great looking set up all round there!

Thank you for the kind words!
 

I was extremely fortunate to receive it as a Birthday gift for my 30th. 11 month wait for it to be built but absolutely worth it.

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A couple of P’s to show off :D 

 

- 1966 (sunburst & tort)

- 1983 Fullerton ‘62 RI (red & tort)

- 1977 (natural)

- 2000 MIM (sunburst & black)

 

Technically I’m cheating on the 1977, as it’s now ‘left the building’. The ‘66 is everything you’d expect, but perhaps surprisingly, the Mexican is my longest serving bass and honestly, despite having owned about 25 basses over the years, remains the ‘all time’ favourite. It had SD quarter pounders and a Schaller bridge. Just something very playable and ‘easy’ about it. 

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My MIJ 57ri from the 90’s. Acquired off of Bagsieblue of this parish. Stunning instrument, very light and great thump. Usually stick pribora pickups in my P’s but this came loaded with a Fender 62 Original which just sounds great. Strung here with Fender flats as my usual Elites were a little TOO thumpy for this latest project.  Seen here with an Ampeg SVT and 2x12 cab 

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7 minutes ago, Pow_22 said:

My MIJ 57ri from the 90’s. Acquired off of Bagsieblue of this parish. Stunning instrument, very light and great thump. Usually stick pribora pickups in my P’s but this came loaded with a Fender 62 Original which just sounds great. Strung here with Fender flats as my usual Elites were a little TOO thumpy for this latest project.  Seen here with an Ampeg SVT and 2x12 cab 

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Nice setup is that a b100r or a b50 I see in the corner? I have a b100 myself and absolutely love it.

 

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Just now, marleaux62 said:

Nice setup is that a b100r or a b50 I see in the corner? I have a b100 myself and absolutely love it.

 

Its an original USA B50r. Awesome valvey tone and way louder than a 50w 1x12 has any right to be. Beautiful amps

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On 30/08/2021 at 13:37, lamp said:

 

A couple of P’s to show off :D 

 

- 1966 (sunburst & tort)

- 1983 Fullerton ‘62 RI (red & tort)

- 1977 (natural)

- 2000 MIM (sunburst & black)

 

Technically I’m cheating on the 1977, as it’s now ‘left the building’. The ‘66 is everything you’d expect, but perhaps surprisingly, the Mexican is my longest serving bass and honestly, despite having owned about 25 basses over the years, remains the ‘all time’ favourite. It had SD quarter pounders and a Schaller bridge. Just something very playable and ‘easy’ about it. 

 

Which says something about (my) GAS… Fullerton! 60s! 70s! “I mainly play the Mexican…”

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