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One more pic because why not. Here are the two side by side.
I bet it has a nice growl to it too.
Congrats on scoring a nice bass!
I love these threads... I'm always learning. I didn't realize that some of them would have not had a skunk stripe on the neck. I always look for that.
I feel the same way, I just keep going back to my nickel wound 9's. I love the D'Addarios too. I use their nickel wound on my bass too.
Here is my dad's bass all assembled. It's the same Classic Vibe J neck with a Basswood P body. It's 8.8 pounds and feels nice. The action isn't as...
I got very fortunate. The neck fit right on the body like they had been together forever.
I'm working on building a similar bass for my dad now...
I'm guessing my 2002 has Texas Specials. That's what they sound like to my untrained ears.
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It's looking good!
I have more than one.. The problem is on two of them I bought them just because I wanted them.. not because I thought it was a great deal or...
Also with as much as kids use their phones these days, It might be worth picking up a cheap iRig converter for him.
I keep one at work if I want...
I think that antique olive would look pretty nice with a bright white pg and pickup covers. I would swap it out and enjoy the heck out of it!
I don't remember who but I saw someone on this board or squier forum that said they buy every hm and part they can. If I come across that post...
I love the color on mine, but it is hard to photograph. One that I have that is even harder to photograph is my 2002 Highway 1 that is green. It...
I leave my old HM at work to play whenever I have time. It's a nice little player for under $100
The answer is always lace sensors