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2 minutes ago, RedVee said:

Nice basses!.........Why did you remove the mutes from the Classic?

 

Thank you:)

They are there. The picture appears to be a bit dark, my apologies. I tried to put them in an angle so that the classics neck wouldnt reflect to much😁

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1 minute ago, SurroundedByManatees said:

 

Thank you:)

They are there. The picture appears to be a bit dark, my apologies. I tried to put them in an angle so that the classics neck wouldnt reflect to much😁

Yes they are, I have just taken another look with the image enlarged. Is that a flame neck, it looks different to my birdseye Classic neck but looks really good.

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My pair of Sterlings.  I’m toying with the idea of switching the necks around.

Not only am I a sucker for black and maple, I also love rosewood and natural 😍

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17 minutes ago, SurroundedByManatees said:

Do it 🙂

Watch this space 😎

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3 hours ago, Deedee said:

Watch this space 😎

I did that in 2010 with 2 Sterlings  I was deciding between - ended up with massive tone differences from how they originally were. The ash body and rosewood neck was an absolute Powerhouse, though that may just have been a 'special tree' combination thing rather than 'tone woods' thing... :)

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Before and after.  Both still sound and play great but just look a whole lot better (to my mind anyway) 😁

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2 hours ago, SurroundedByManatees said:

Especially the natural with rosewood neck has a improved look to my taste :)

It is a pretty special look 😁

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I think it’s all about that contrast between the body and neck 

 

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19 hours ago, RedVee said:

I think maple on both looks the best, especially on the Natural.

But I do love a bit of rosewood 😉

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Symmetry of sorts with a newly acquired 4HH Honeyburst ‘ray 

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On 07/10/2018 at 03:04, RedVee said:

I think maple on both looks the best, especially on the Natural.

 

On 07/10/2018 at 22:55, Deedee said:

But I do love a bit of rosewood 😉

IIRC When we did a Maple-v-RW fretboard challenge at the Herts Bash RW came out on top nearly every time.

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43 minutes ago, TheGreek said:

 

IIRC When we did a Maple-v-RW fretboard challenge at the Herts Bash RW came out on top nearly every time.

I must admit they just feel ‘right’ to me

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11 hours ago, Deedee said:

I must admit they just feel ‘right’ to me

Ebony is the future Dan :biggrin:

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16 minutes ago, martthebass said:

Ebony is the future Dan :biggrin:

😂  ah yes, ebony is pretty special.

Saying that, the maple HH feels lovely too. They’re all lovely aren’t they 😁

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On ‎11‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 21:11, TheGreek said:

 

IIRC When we did a Maple-v-RW fretboard challenge at the Herts Bash RW came out on top nearly every time.

It did indeed, and in the Precision challenge the winner was RW as well. 

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