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Oooh I'd love this, they're great basses, and seem to be in vogue at the moment.

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[quote name='fede162162' post='388757' date='Jan 22 2009, 05:11 PM']could you tell me the width of the neck at the nut and at the heel?[/quote]
42mm and 62mm.

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These are meant to sound just like an old Rickenbacker. I'd bite your arm off if I hadn't just bought a new amp!

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A few months down the line I could be interested in something like this, but I've bought so much stuff lately I need to stop!

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C'mon someone.. these are brill basses! I had one yonks back and if I wasn't into fretless five-stringers I'd have another one(!) Interesting tone controls, too.. they go from full on single coil to treble-bled humbucker (or vice versa - it was yonks back).
Well worth the price mate!
Much cheer HUGH

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Why is it that when you want something its not available, but as soon as your sorted they all come along at once ( buses ).
I was after one of these just before christmas and there wasn"t any so i bought my 57 reissue which left me skint.
S**T.

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