Dodgy rythym and thick strings here...

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BY Bg
#833514
Sweet!
I have two new bridges on my desk at work apparently :)
BY foal30
#833558
Kev77 wrote:That parts pbass I won arrived today. Massive shout to Terexgeek who collected it for me in ChCH and slung it my way. We have solid people on this forum. Pictures etc to come.
I was in the mind of maybe putting something HB in it, but surprisingly, the Seymour Duncan quarter pounders are spot on ( with the toan all The way up).
It’s all parts pbass project with a badass II bridge and a drop D tuner gadget.
Happy day.
Terexgeek is the mantis



He's a good stick for sure :thumbup:
BY foal30
#833562
Terexgeek wrote:Stop it, you'll ruin my reputation!


At the end of the day it's all a Lady has

C. Neighbours 1986
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BY MakoGat
#833589
Started out at school with bass, played a hockey stick headstock Samick with a tiny amp, moved to a P bass for years with a home made tube head and JBL cab, sold that and got an Ibanez ATK active 5 string (wish I never sold that) played through a Jfet Jansen Crusader 330, 18" Peavey cab and the previous 18" JbL in new cab (full stack).

Then one day had enough, traded it all in on a Les Paul! (converted to the dark side)
Only bass I have now is an Epi short scale EB-0
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BY Single coil
#833594
Started on a ... black on black with rosewood Ibanez tr70. :cool:
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BY Bg
#833615
Fitted my gotoh bridge to the SX, nice to be able to accurately set intonation.
New bridge for the aria is perfect post spacing but need to fit new post bushings - the aria has none.

I've found one in the parts box but need to find the other, bit of drilling, loose gluing (I'd like to revert back to the shit old bridge if I ever sell) and fannys your aunt! Till then I'll play the tits off my p-bass :)
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BY Bg
#833632
foal30 wrote:Gotoh make nice hardware
Pleased you got the Deane Waretini model.

Is he still alive?

Found my other matching bridge bushing. This will be a great upgrade on the Aria, its a keeper but the bridge will be reversible if ever it does get sold and somebody wants a vintage crappy to setup and intonate piece of shit bridge :) I can understand that, I've lived with that bridge and intonation since I got it - but I was always planning on getting one of these and making the bugger fit.

Just need to sort a couple of decent metric cap screws tomorrow and bobs your auntie fanny's hubby. Will take pics if anyones interested.
BY foal30
#833633
Bg wrote:
foal30 wrote:Gotoh make nice hardware
Pleased you got the Deane Waretini model.

Is he still alive?

Found my other matching bridge bushing. This will be a great upgrade on the Aria, its a keeper but the bridge will be reversible if ever it does get sold and somebody wants a vintage crappy to setup and intonate piece of shit bridge :) I can understand that, I've lived with that bridge and intonation since I got it - but I was always planning on getting one of these and making the bugger fit.

Just need to sort a couple of decent metric cap screws tomorrow and bobs your auntie fanny's hubby. Will take pics if anyones interested.


Yes photos are good
I have no idea what you mean about bushing (for example)

No point in having an instrument that you can't tune properly :thumbup:
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BY Bg
#833634
foal30 wrote:
Bg wrote:
foal30 wrote:Gotoh make nice hardware
Pleased you got the Deane Waretini model.

Is he still alive?

Found my other matching bridge bushing. This will be a great upgrade on the Aria, its a keeper but the bridge will be reversible if ever it does get sold and somebody wants a vintage crappy to setup and intonate piece of shit bridge :) I can understand that, I've lived with that bridge and intonation since I got it - but I was always planning on getting one of these and making the bugger fit.

Just need to sort a couple of decent metric cap screws tomorrow and bobs your auntie fanny's hubby. Will take pics if anyones interested.


Yes photos are good
I have no idea what you mean about bushing (for example)

No point in having an instrument that you can't tune properly :thumbup:


I'll take pics. They speak a thousand words, each.
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BY Single coil
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foal30 wrote:Fender Custom Shop Phil Lynnot Precision

$19000 NZ


FUCKING YES
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