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Don't let this happen to you...clean your strings!


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8 minutes ago, Geek99 said:

I spent 7 weeks living in the US when our little one popped out early on holiday - we saw a whole different side of Florida 

Florida is to the US what Essex is to the UK.....just sayin'

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3 hours ago, BigRedX said:

 

I tried boiling string once. It took ages, left a stain on the pot I used and one of the strings broke when I tried to fit it back on the bass. The rest sounded just as crap as before within a couple of days.

 

 

I have boiled my strings for years and they come out sounding great and usually I get another three gigs out of them. I get about three gigs out of new strings. I love the new zing from new strings and can't stand muddy strings.

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2 hours ago, dclaassen said:

Florida is to the US what Essex is to the UK.....just sayin'

Not quite - Essex is very much about show… (partner is Essex) Florida less so, I saw some dirt poor people and talked a lot to the nurses at the hospital 

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9 hours ago, TheLowDown said:

In our defence, none of those littered items are British. The fact that there's a sunset makes it even less likely.

 

 

So Americans came over here to drop them?

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