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Mel, that is a really kind thing to do, I'm sure someone will have it. :happy: B)

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Thanks guys.

I should also say, if anyone knows of a school, youth group, or church, something like that, without funds for buying a bass, that's cool too. Just happy for it to go where someone needs it.

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[quote name='Bassmachine' timestamp='1410709631' post='2552172']
Nice move Mel

Can someone take it for me and then ship it to me.?????
I ll arrange the courier of course
Thanks
Steve
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Hi Stavros

As I said to you via PM (after you tried to guilt me into posting this to you), I want this bass to go to a child or adult who is disadvantaged - poor, homeless etc. I don't mean to judge, but you have a list of very expensive nice gear in your signature. And at the end of the day, the decision is mine.

I won't be giving you this bass, sorry.

EDIT: beside which, the courier will cost more than the bass is worth, what's the point?!

Edited by Evil Undead

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Hi Mel. Here's an offer. I will arrange a courier to collect from you. You will need to be able to print out PDF's of the shipping labels and receipts. And wrap it up safely.

I will attempt the repair that I suggested in your NBD thread. If successful I will offer to send it back to you at my expense for you to use as you wanted, or we can agree to donate to a school or worthy cause.

PM me if interested and I will give faster contact details.

Edited by gelfin

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[quote name='stingraybassman' timestamp='1410731657' post='2552607']...
Faith in humanity restored!
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Steady on there..! I'm still here... :mellow:[size=4] [/size]



[size=4] :lol: :P[/size]

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Just a quick thought , I have a tanglewood that I got in bits as a project and when it all got put together I had an issue thinking the truss rod head was stripped , but after taking it apart again found the the socket was a lot deeper than it first appeared , thus adjustment was perfectly doable .

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[quote name='lurksalot' timestamp='1410804654' post='2553399']
Just a quick thought , I have a tanglewood that I got in bits as a project and when it all got put together I had an issue thinking the truss rod head was stripped , but after taking it apart again found the the socket was a lot deeper than it first appeared , thus adjustment was perfectly doable .
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Hopefully we will find out if it's the case with this one.

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My sister works at a theological college in Gloucester- I've dropped her a message to see if she knows anyone, or a church or charity which could benefit.

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[quote name='Macker5' timestamp='1410862561' post='2553915']
What a kind thing to do! Out of interest, what is the scale length - 30"?
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I hadn't seen this, sorry!

yes it's 30"

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